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Presidents, Prime Ministers and Policy Rhetoric: The "Credibility Gaps" of Woodrow Wilson and Kevin Rudd in the League of Nations and Climate Change Debates
Author(s): Wesley Widmaier, Dennis Grube
Date of publications: 2014
Publication type: Journal article