Ontological Insecurity in the European Union

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Ontological Insecurity in the European Union. / Kinnvall, Catarina (Redaktør); Manners, Ian James (Redaktør); Mitzen, Jennifer (Redaktør).

London : Routledge, 2019. 172 s.

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Harvard

Kinnvall, C, Manners, IJ & Mitzen, J (red) 2019, Ontological Insecurity in the European Union. Routledge, London.

APA

Kinnvall, C., Manners, I. J., & Mitzen, J. (red.) (2019). Ontological Insecurity in the European Union. London: Routledge.

Vancouver

Kinnvall C, (ed.), Manners IJ, (ed.), Mitzen J, (ed.). Ontological Insecurity in the European Union. London: Routledge, 2019. 172 s.

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Kinnvall, Catarina (Redaktør) ; Manners, Ian James (Redaktør) ; Mitzen, Jennifer (Redaktør). / Ontological Insecurity in the European Union. London : Routledge, 2019. 172 s.

Bibtex

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