Foreign Policy: New Directions in a Changing World Order?

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Foreign Policy : New Directions in a Changing World Order? / Larsen, Henrik.

The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020. s. 470-487.

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Larsen, H 2020, Foreign Policy: New Directions in a Changing World Order? i The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics. Oxford University Press, Oxford , s. 470-487. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198833598.013.27

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Larsen, H. (2020). Foreign Policy: New Directions in a Changing World Order? I The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics (s. 470-487). Oxford : Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198833598.013.27

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Larsen H. Foreign Policy: New Directions in a Changing World Order? I The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics. Oxford : Oxford University Press. 2020. s. 470-487 https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198833598.013.27

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Larsen, Henrik. / Foreign Policy : New Directions in a Changing World Order?. The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020. s. 470-487

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