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The Long 20th Century. / Bew, John ; Meleagrou- Hitchens, Alexander Meleagrou; Frampton, Martyn.

The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. ed. / Erica Chenoweth; Richard English; Andreas Gofas; Stathis N Kalyvas. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, 2019.

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Harvard

Bew, J, Meleagrou- Hitchens, AM & Frampton, M 2019, The Long 20th Century. in E Chenoweth, R English, A Gofas & SN Kalyvas (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford.

APA

Bew, J., Meleagrou- Hitchens, A. M., & Frampton, M. (2019). The Long 20th Century. In E. Chenoweth, R. English, A. Gofas, & S. N. Kalyvas (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford.

Vancouver

Bew J, Meleagrou- Hitchens AM, Frampton M. The Long 20th Century. In Chenoweth E, English R, Gofas A, Kalyvas SN, editors, The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford. 2019

Author

Bew, John ; Meleagrou- Hitchens, Alexander Meleagrou ; Frampton, Martyn. / The Long 20th Century. The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism. editor / Erica Chenoweth ; Richard English ; Andreas Gofas ; Stathis N Kalyvas. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, 2019.

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