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The twenty-year period of modernization of the Russian economy under the leadership of Vladimir Putin, prior to the invasion of Ukraine in 2022, was characterized by a consistent trend towards a statist domestic orientation, coupled with an increasingly radical policy of financial openness. Despite numerous domestic economic reforms, which were oriented towards free-market principles, being either reversed or significantly altered, foreign economic policy reforms proved to be more enduring. In this paper, I argue that the differential outcomes along the axis of internal and external economic reforms are interrelated. The absence of a robust rule of law domestically enabled the reversal of privatization reforms, but also made financial openness policies more appealing to political elites. Furthermore, the society’s expectation of welfare paternalism enabled the regime to tolerate the negative aspects of greater integration by relying on distributive policies rather than widespread repression. In contrast, I demonstrate that the inheritance of a less developed welfare state and an over-reliance on repression led the Chinese Communist Party to adopt a more cautious approach towards financial integration.

In: Russian Politics
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, widen the spectrum of human rights, and increase the probability that human rights are more widely accepted and endorsed in cross-cultural communications. This will definitely lead to a more healthy and smooth development of human rights in global and domestic politics. * He Zhipeng, Professor at Jilin

In: The Right to Development
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. This will definitely lead to a healthier and smoother development of human rights in global and domestic politics. The Declaration on the Right to Development , adopted by the United Nations in 1986, establishes the rd as an inalienable human right. Nevertheless, despite a lapse of 30 years, the rd

In: The Right to Development
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Harman 435 ternational issues or problems that may threaten their national security or economy. The interests of international organizations have to be aligned with the domestic interests of states, thus the executive head must have an acute un- derstanding of both global and domestic politics. The

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
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provisioning food regime. Though the previous chapter explored the dynamics and relations that were foundational to it, the food system underwent some significant changes in the aftermath of World War ii , which shaped the ways in which the food system and the food regime responded to the frequent global and

In: Feeding Istanbul: The Political Economy of Urban Provisioning

.1177/0010836715574914 Lee-Koo , Katrina . ‘ Pro-Gender Foreign Policy by Stealth: Navigating Global and Domestic Politics in Australian Foreign Policy Making ’. Foreign Policy Analysis 16 ( 2 ) ( 2020 ), 236 - 249 . DOI : 10.1093/fpa/orz029. 10.1093/fpa/orz029 Levanon , Asaf , Paula England and Paul

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In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

keeping open access to imported coal on the margin.” 50 These predictions have been further supported by other policy-focused research bodies discussing that the “growth of coal is inevitable” if India is to keep up with its energy demand. 51 In addition to the explicitly divergent global and

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
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esarhad- don’s period the focus had shifted to surveillance, since normalization in global and domestic politics was at stake,170 and the assyrian state placed more emphasis on domestic security. reading the letters in this light, we can notice a shift of royal interest towards mapping enemies

In: Sennacherib at the Gates of Jerusalem