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Political and strategic aspects of U.S.-EC relations

Author: René Schwok; Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies (Graduate Institute of International Studies)
Publisher: Geneva, Switzerland : Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies, Graduate Institute of International Studies, ©1991.
Series: PSIS occasional papers, no. 1991/4.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: René Schwok; Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies (Graduate Institute of International Studies)
OCLC Number: 26195472
Description: 59 pages ; 21 cm.
Series Title: PSIS occasional papers, no. 1991/4.
Responsibility: by René Schwok.

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