BASIC effect on global climate governance. Power changes and regime shifts
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Keywordschangement climatique; développement durable; économie politique internationale; négociation internationale Afrique du Sud; Brésil; Chine; Inde; climate change; sustainable development; international political economy; international negotiation; South Africa; Brazil; China; India;
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