Forum: rethinking the rules
SØRENSEN, Georg; LANG, Jr., Anthony; RENGGER, Nicholas; WALKER, William; KLABBERS, Jan; KRATOCHWIL, Friedrich; BROWN, Chris; AGUILAR, Mario I.; SCHICK, Kate; IMBER, Mark; THIRKELL-WHITE, Ben; LAMPEL, Joseph; ALDRICH, Richard J.; GROVE, Eric; DANCHEV, Alex; SHEFFIELD, Gary; CRANG, Jeremy A.; FREEDMAN, Lawrence
International relations, 2006, 20, 3, 251-380
SØRENSEN, Georg, LANG, Jr., Anthony, RENGGER, Nicholas, WALKER, William, KLABBERS, Jan, KRATOCHWIL, Friedrich, BROWN, Chris, AGUILAR, Mario I., SCHICK, Kate, IMBER, Mark, THIRKELL-WHITE, Ben, LAMPEL, Joseph, ALDRICH, Richard J., GROVE, Eric, DANCHEV, Alex, SHEFFIELD, Gary, CRANG, Jeremy A., FREEDMAN, Lawrence, Forum: rethinking the rules, International relations, 2006, 20, 3, 251-380 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/17453
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