Denmark at War: Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq

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Denmark at War : Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. / Mariager, Rasmus Mølgaard; Wivel, Anders.

Danish Foreign Policy Review 2019. red. / Kristian Fischer; Hans Mouritzen. Copenhagen : Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS, 2019. s. 48-73 (Danish Foreign Policy Review, Bind 2019).

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Mariager, RM & Wivel, A 2019, Denmark at War: Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. i K Fischer & H Mouritzen (red), Danish Foreign Policy Review 2019. Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS, Copenhagen, Danish Foreign Policy Review, bind 2019, s. 48-73.

APA

Mariager, R. M., & Wivel, A. (2019). Denmark at War: Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. I K. Fischer, & H. Mouritzen (red.), Danish Foreign Policy Review 2019 (s. 48-73). Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS. Danish Foreign Policy Review, Bind. 2019

Vancouver

Mariager RM, Wivel A. Denmark at War: Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. I Fischer K, Mouritzen H, red., Danish Foreign Policy Review 2019. Copenhagen: Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS. 2019. s. 48-73. (Danish Foreign Policy Review, Bind 2019).

Author

Mariager, Rasmus Mølgaard ; Wivel, Anders. / Denmark at War : Great Power Politics and Domestic Action Space in the cases of Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Danish Foreign Policy Review 2019. red. / Kristian Fischer ; Hans Mouritzen. Copenhagen : Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS, 2019. s. 48-73 (Danish Foreign Policy Review, Bind 2019).

Bibtex

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