Why peace endures : an analysis of post-conflict stabilisation

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CAPLAN, Richard, Anke HOEFFLER, 2017. Why peace endures : an analysis of post-conflict stabilisation. In: European Journal of International Security. 2(2), pp. 133-152. ISSN 2057-5637. eISSN 2057-5645. Available under: doi: 10.1017/eis.2017.2

@article{Caplan2017-07peace-45517, title={Why peace endures : an analysis of post-conflict stabilisation}, year={2017}, doi={10.1017/eis.2017.2}, number={2}, volume={2}, issn={2057-5637}, journal={European Journal of International Security}, pages={133--152}, author={Caplan, Richard and Hoeffler, Anke} }

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