Foreign Economic Liberalization and Peace : the Case of Sub-Saharan Africa

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BUSSMANN, Margit, Gerald SCHNEIDER, Nina WIESEHOMEIER, 2005. Foreign Economic Liberalization and Peace : the Case of Sub-Saharan Africa. In: European Journal of International Relations. 11(4), pp. 551-579

@article{Bussmann2005Forei-4170, title={Foreign Economic Liberalization and Peace : the Case of Sub-Saharan Africa}, year={2005}, doi={10.1177/1354066105057900}, number={4}, volume={11}, journal={European Journal of International Relations}, pages={551--579}, author={Bussmann, Margit and Schneider, Gerald and Wiesehomeier, Nina} }

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