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Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield

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Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield. / Agnew, John ; Dalby, Simon ; Flint, Colin ; Mamadouh, Virginie ; Schofield, Richard; Newman, David .

In: Geopolitics, 19.06.2020.

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Agnew, J, Dalby, S, Flint, C, Mamadouh, V, Schofield, R & Newman, D 2020, 'Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield', Geopolitics.

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Agnew, J., Dalby, S., Flint, C., Mamadouh, V., Schofield, R., & Newman, D. (Accepted/In press). Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield. Geopolitics.

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Agnew J, Dalby S, Flint C, Mamadouh V, Schofield R, Newman D. Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield. Geopolitics. 2020 Jun 19.

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Agnew, John ; Dalby, Simon ; Flint, Colin ; Mamadouh, Virginie ; Schofield, Richard ; Newman, David . / Geopolitics at 25: an editorial journey through the journal’s history by John Agnew, Simon Dalby, Colin Flint, Virginie Mamadouh, David Newman, and Richard Schofield. In: Geopolitics. 2020.

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