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European Security and Defence in the Shadow of Brexit. / Kienzle, Benjamin; Hallams, Ellen Dilys.

In: Global Affairs, 24.01.2017, p. 465-469.

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Kienzle, B & Hallams, ED 2017, 'European Security and Defence in the Shadow of Brexit', Global Affairs, pp. 465-469. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2017.1280376

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Kienzle, B., & Hallams, E. D. (2017). European Security and Defence in the Shadow of Brexit. Global Affairs, 465-469. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2017.1280376

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Kienzle B, Hallams ED. European Security and Defence in the Shadow of Brexit. Global Affairs. 2017 Jan 24;465-469. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2017.1280376

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Kienzle, Benjamin ; Hallams, Ellen Dilys. / European Security and Defence in the Shadow of Brexit. In: Global Affairs. 2017 ; pp. 465-469.

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