Political Economy of Global Environmental Governance Institutions: Future Collaborations between China and USA

Shujian Zhang (School of Government, Shenzhen University, China)
Jiao Guo (School of Government, Shenzhen University, China)

Article ID: 4365

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jesr.v5i1.4365

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