Dan Banik and Benedicte Bull: Multilateralism to the Rescue? Beijing’s Support for Multilateral Institutions during the COVID-19 Crisis

Published in International Quarterly for Asian Studies, 2022.

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Abstract

The democratic discourse on climate change and sustainable development is becoming increasingly polarized. While some voters are pushing back against the movement to wean the world economy away from fossil fuels, others are questioning the huge costs that the transition to a green economy will impose and whether such attempts will have the required impact. This essay discusses the relationship between democracy and sustainable development by comparing the records of China and India in relation to the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It argues that th

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Authors

Dan Banik and Benedicte Bull.

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