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Climate Change in the Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration

Climate Change in the Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration Environmental Policy and Law, 49/(2-3) (2019) 195 and Law 66; Kuznetsova, S.V. 2014b. “Development of Legal Regulation of 23 Prokhorenko, K.A. 2011. “Theoretical Aspects of the Concept of ‘Climate’ Climate Protection in Ukraine” [in Ukrainian], at 297–304. State and Law 64. in Environmental and Legal Regulation” [in Ukrainian], at 105. Bulletin of the 20 Miroshnichenko, O.P. 2005. “Combating climate change as one of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv: Law Sciences 86. leading directions of the EU ecological policy (legal aspects)” [in Ukrainian], at 24 Supra, note 22. 21–31. International law and national legislation 4. 25 Kuznetsova (2014b), supra, note 19, at 303. 21 Surilova, O.O. 2012. “Legal regulation of climate change in the second 26 Official Bulletin of Ukraine. 2016. No. 99. Article 3236 [in Ukrainian]. period of the Kyoto protocol” [in Ukrainian], at 408–409. Legal life of modern Ukraine: International Scientific and Practical Conference 1. 22 Prokhorenko, K.A. 2013. “Climate as an Object of Environmental and Legal Protection in Ukraine” [in Ukrainian]. Extended abstract of candidate’s thesis. Kyiv. DOI 10.3233/EPL-190157 United States Climate Change in the Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration Majid Asadnabizadeh o o This paper summarises the recent changes of foreign rose by http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environmental Policy and Law IOS Press

Climate Change in the Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration

Environmental Policy and Law , Volume 49 (2-3): 8 – Jan 1, 2019

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Environmental Policy and Law, 49/(2-3) (2019) 195 and Law 66; Kuznetsova, S.V. 2014b. “Development of Legal Regulation of 23 Prokhorenko, K.A. 2011. “Theoretical Aspects of the Concept of ‘Climate’ Climate Protection in Ukraine” [in Ukrainian], at 297–304. State and Law 64. in Environmental and Legal Regulation” [in Ukrainian], at 105. Bulletin of the 20 Miroshnichenko, O.P. 2005. “Combating climate change as one of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv: Law Sciences 86. leading directions of the EU ecological policy (legal aspects)” [in Ukrainian], at 24 Supra, note 22. 21–31. International law and national legislation 4. 25 Kuznetsova (2014b), supra, note 19, at 303. 21 Surilova, O.O. 2012. “Legal regulation of climate change in the second 26 Official Bulletin of Ukraine. 2016. No. 99. Article 3236 [in Ukrainian]. period of the Kyoto protocol” [in Ukrainian], at 408–409. Legal life of modern Ukraine: International Scientific and Practical Conference 1. 22 Prokhorenko, K.A. 2013. “Climate as an Object of Environmental and Legal Protection in Ukraine” [in Ukrainian]. Extended abstract of candidate’s thesis. Kyiv. DOI 10.3233/EPL-190157 United States Climate Change in the Foreign Policy of the Trump Administration Majid Asadnabizadeh o o This paper summarises the recent changes of foreign rose by

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