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Bibliography: Issue 2, 2022

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Paris Alignment, and the Role of China (PETRA KJELL WRIGHT)

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Caught in the Crossfire: The Inter-American Development Bank and US–China Rivalry (BENEDICTE BULL)

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