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The Central European playground: Who plays what?

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The Central European playground : Who plays what? / Nemeth, Bence; Kurowska, Xymena.

7 p. European Geostrategy. 2013. (Long Post; No. 6).

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Harvard

Nemeth, B & Kurowska, X 2013, The Central European playground: Who plays what?. European Geostrategy. <http://www.europeangeostrategy.org/2013/05/playground-central-europe/>

APA

Nemeth, B., & Kurowska, X. (2013, May 22). The Central European playground: Who plays what?. http://www.europeangeostrategy.org/2013/05/playground-central-europe/

Vancouver

Nemeth B, Kurowska X. The Central European playground: Who plays what? 2013. 7 p.

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Nemeth, Bence ; Kurowska, Xymena. / The Central European playground : Who plays what?. 2013. European Geostrategy. 7 p. (Long Post; 6).

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