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Do arguments matter? : argumentation and negotiation success at the 1997 Amsterdam Intergovernmental Conference

Do arguments matter? : argumentation and negotiation success at the 1997 Amsterdam Intergovernmental Conference

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REINHARD, Janine, Jan BIESENBENDER, Katharina HOLZINGER, 2013. Do arguments matter? : argumentation and negotiation success at the 1997 Amsterdam Intergovernmental Conference. In: European Political Science Review. 6(02), pp. 283-307. ISSN 1755-7739. eISSN 1755-7747

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