James Raymond Vreeland and Axel Dreher (eds.): The political economy of the United Nations Security Council: money and influence

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    The United States is the largest donor of development aid in levels, not as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product or as a percentage of total government expenditures. .

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Pincin, J.A. James Raymond Vreeland and Axel Dreher (eds.): The political economy of the United Nations Security Council: money and influence. Public Choice 165, 311–314 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11127-015-0305-4

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