The authors gratefully acknowledge the insightful comments made by Chad Westerland and three anonymous referees, and thank Nick Thorne and Christina Sciabarra for research assistance. The authors contributed equally to this work.
Going for the Gold versus Distributing the Green: Foreign Policy Substitutability and Complementarity in Status Enhancement Strategies†
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Foreign Policy Analysis
Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 253–272, July 2015
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