War and Democratization : Legality, legitimacy and effectiveness


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GRIMM, Sonja, Wolfgang MERKEL, 2008. War and Democratization : Legality, legitimacy and effectiveness. In: Democratization. 15(3), pp. 457-471. ISSN 1351-0347

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