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Brazil, between the ZOPACAS and NATO. / Edwards, Maísa; De Carvalho, Vinicius.

In: Revista Estratégica - Centro de Análise Estratégica da CPLP, 28.12.2020, p. 86- 104.

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Edwards, M & De Carvalho, V 2020, 'Brazil, between the ZOPACAS and NATO', Revista Estratégica - Centro de Análise Estratégica da CPLP, pp. 86- 104.

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Edwards, M., & De Carvalho, V. (2020). Brazil, between the ZOPACAS and NATO. Revista Estratégica - Centro de Análise Estratégica da CPLP, 86- 104.

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Edwards M, De Carvalho V. Brazil, between the ZOPACAS and NATO. Revista Estratégica - Centro de Análise Estratégica da CPLP. 2020 Dec 28;86- 104.

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Edwards, Maísa ; De Carvalho, Vinicius. / Brazil, between the ZOPACAS and NATO. In: Revista Estratégica - Centro de Análise Estratégica da CPLP. 2020 ; pp. 86- 104.

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