Denmark at War: Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement

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Denmark at War : Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement. / Wivel, Anders; Mariager, Rasmus Mølgaard; Mortensen, Clara Lyngholm K.

8 udg. Reykjavik, Iceland : Institute of International Affairs, University of Iceland, 2018. 6 s. (Small States and the New Security (SSANSE)).

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Harvard

Wivel, A, Mariager, RM & Mortensen, CLK 2018, Denmark at War: Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement. Small States and the New Security (SSANSE), bind 2018, 8 udg, Institute of International Affairs, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.

APA

Wivel, A., Mariager, R. M., & Mortensen, C. L. K. (2018). Denmark at War: Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement. (8 udg.) Reykjavik, Iceland: Institute of International Affairs, University of Iceland. Small States and the New Security (SSANSE)

Vancouver

Wivel A, Mariager RM, Mortensen CLK. Denmark at War: Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement. 8 udg. Reykjavik, Iceland: Institute of International Affairs, University of Iceland, 2018. 6 s. (Small States and the New Security (SSANSE)).

Author

Wivel, Anders ; Mariager, Rasmus Mølgaard ; Mortensen, Clara Lyngholm K. / Denmark at War : Patterns and Developments in Denmark´s Military Engagement. 8 udg. Reykjavik, Iceland : Institute of International Affairs, University of Iceland, 2018. 6 s. (Small States and the New Security (SSANSE)).

Bibtex

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