Who Mediates? : The Political Economy of International Conflict Management


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BERCOVITCH, Jacob, Gerald SCHNEIDER, 2000. Who Mediates? : The Political Economy of International Conflict Management. In: Journal of Peace Research. 37(2), pp. 145-165

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