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Democracy, Regional Security Institutions, and Rivalry Mitigation : Evidence from Europe, South America, and Asia

Democracy, Regional Security Institutions, and Rivalry Mitigation : Evidence from Europe, South America, and Asia

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WEIFFEN, Brigitte, Matthias DEMBINSKI, Andreas HASENCLEVER, Katja FREISTEIN, Makiko YAMAUCHI, 2011. Democracy, Regional Security Institutions, and Rivalry Mitigation : Evidence from Europe, South America, and Asia. In: Security Studies. 20(3), pp. 378-415. ISSN 0963-6412

@article{Weiffen2011Democ-15936, title={Democracy, Regional Security Institutions, and Rivalry Mitigation : Evidence from Europe, South America, and Asia}, year={2011}, doi={10.1080/09636412.2011.599206}, number={3}, volume={20}, issn={0963-6412}, journal={Security Studies}, pages={378--415}, author={Weiffen, Brigitte and Dembinski, Matthias and Hasenclever, Andreas and Freistein, Katja and Yamauchi, Makiko} }

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