A Review on Boycott Legal System and its Issues in International Law

Mohammed Asadi



Boycott has always been considered as an instrument of pressure and coercion to achieve foreign policy goals of countries. Its literature is also one of the most controversial and inconclusive literature in international relations. Due to the present atmosphere in international relations about boycott, this study examines the legal system of boycott and deals with its issues in international law. Motivation for applying boycott may be a response to violation of a norm or prevention of its violation. In fact, the motivation to impose boycott may be the achievement of an objective in foreign policy or achievement of some concessions from the boycotted country. From an overall perspective, boycott includes every negative action or response to action or deed in the context of boycott targets.

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