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How to bridge the “three islands”: The future of European military co-operation

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How to bridge the “three islands” : The future of European military co-operation. / Nemeth, Bence.

8 p. European Geostrategy. 2012. (Strategic Snapshots; No. 4).

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Nemeth, B 2012, How to bridge the “three islands”: The future of European military co-operation. European Geostrategy.

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Nemeth, B. (2012, Jan 25). How to bridge the “three islands”: The future of European military co-operation.

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Nemeth B. How to bridge the “three islands”: The future of European military co-operation. 2012. 8 p.

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Nemeth, Bence. / How to bridge the “three islands” : The future of European military co-operation. 2012. European Geostrategy. 8 p. (Strategic Snapshots; 4).

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