Question 1: The sanctions were not lifted until May 2003, after the government of Iraqi president ________ was overthrown.
Question 2: Trade sanctions are ________ penalties imposed by one or more countries on one or more other countries.
Question 4: The most famous example of an economic sanction is the fifty-year-old ________.
Question 5: For example, American ________ companies requested, and were at times granted, protection from steel imports that they claimed enjoyed an unfair advantage due to the economic policy of the steel exporting country.
Question 7: The ________ threatened retaliatory tariffs on a range of US goods, forcing the US government to remove the steel tariffs in early 2004.
Question 8: Economic sanctions include, but are not limited to, ________, trade barriers, import duties, and import or export quotas.
Question 9: The ________ (WTO) ruled that these tariffs were illegal.