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On the multinational development of military capabilities: Recommendations for the Central European Roundtable on Defence Co-operation. / Nemeth, Bence; Csiki, Tamás.

12 p. European Geostrategy. 2012. (Long Post; No. 1).

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Nemeth, B & Csiki, T 2012, On the multinational development of military capabilities: Recommendations for the Central European Roundtable on Defence Co-operation. European Geostrategy. <http://www.europeangeostrategy.org/2012/06/multinational-development-military-capabilities/>

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Nemeth, B., & Csiki, T. (2012, Jun 13). On the multinational development of military capabilities: Recommendations for the Central European Roundtable on Defence Co-operation. http://www.europeangeostrategy.org/2012/06/multinational-development-military-capabilities/

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Nemeth B, Csiki T. On the multinational development of military capabilities: Recommendations for the Central European Roundtable on Defence Co-operation. 2012. 12 p.

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Nemeth, Bence ; Csiki, Tamás. / On the multinational development of military capabilities: Recommendations for the Central European Roundtable on Defence Co-operation. 2012. European Geostrategy. 12 p. (Long Post; 1).

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