Implementing Russia's International Environmental Commitments: Federal Prerogative or Regional Concern?

  title={Implementing Russia's International Environmental Commitments: Federal Prerogative or Regional Concern?},
  author={Geir H{\o}nneland and Anne-Kristin J{\o}rgensen},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  pages={1223 - 1240}
HOW DO THE RUSSIAN AUTHORITIES GO ABOUT implementing their international environmental obligations? This question implies that implementation is here understood as the political processes taking place at the national, and possibly the sub-national, level after the conclusion of agreements or establishment of regimes at the international level. In the literature on international environmental agreements, processes at the domestic level are receiving increased attention. After an initial main… 
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