Entry and Exit: How Membership in International Organizations Transforms International Cooperation
During her fellowship, Christina L. Davis is writing a book about the politics of exit and entry into international organizations. Her goal is to highlight discriminatory practices over membership in multilateral institutions—whether the United Nations, the World Health Organization, or other international bodies that coordinate economic policy and regional development—that shape cooperation across policies. She is also working on several projects about the evolving trade order.
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