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First, declining trust in authority and traditional institutions of influence, above all, governments. Drezner connects these trends to the anti-intellectual populist wave so widely discussed in scholarship and commentary (Trump, Brexit et. al., 2016) and goes into detail over the evident distrust of American citizens towards their own government and consistently low support for state policy. This is all too familiar to Russia-watchers. The latest Edelman Trust Barometer, as on the RIAC website by Andrey Kortunov, shows Russia well in the bottom in terms of institutional trust ratings. Except for the President, the Armed Forces, and the Defense and Foreign Affairs Ministries, most state institutions, including the judiciary, the Government, and the Parliament, all suffer from public distrust. Reform-minded intellectuals in Russia see it as one of the key obstacles to sustainable long-term economic growth and often speak of the Distrust Tax, an imagined embedded tariff on all social transactions that increases costs throughout the system.
Statistical analysis of the variation in environmental performance across China’s regions from 1996 to 2004 lends support to this hypothesis, indicating that rather than leading regions to engage in a “race to the bottom” with the lowering of environmental standards, increased trade and investment encourages more stringent policy enforcement and compliance.
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The Ideas Industry takes a birds-eye view of the key factors influencing the American foreign policy ideas industry, but as the US and Russia have more in common than both like to admit, Russian readers will definitely be sympathetic to many of the author’s attitudes. Drezner shows a market confused by rapid and profound change, as many other markets are. The turf wars are just beginning as new players appear and carve out large swathes for themselves, sometimes creating niches where there were none before and leaving the old guard struggling to retain a share.
Statistical analysis of the variation in environmental performance across China’s regions from 1996 to 2004 lends support to this hypothesis, indicating that rather than leading regions to engage in a “race to the bottom” with the lowering of environmental standards, increased trade and investment encourages more stringent policy enforcement and compliance.">
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