Diplomatic agency

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Diplomatic agency. / Adler-Nissen, Rebecca.

SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy. ed. / Costas Constantinou; Pauline Kerr; Paul Sharp. London : SAGE Publications, 2016. p. 92-103.

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Harvard

Adler-Nissen, R 2016, Diplomatic agency. in C Constantinou, P Kerr & P Sharp (eds), SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy. SAGE Publications, London, pp. 92-103.

APA

Adler-Nissen, R. (2016). Diplomatic agency. In C. Constantinou, P. Kerr, & P. Sharp (Eds.), SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy (pp. 92-103). London: SAGE Publications.

Vancouver

Adler-Nissen R. Diplomatic agency. In Constantinou C, Kerr P, Sharp P, editors, SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy. London: SAGE Publications. 2016. p. 92-103

Author

Adler-Nissen, Rebecca. / Diplomatic agency. SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy. editor / Costas Constantinou ; Pauline Kerr ; Paul Sharp. London : SAGE Publications, 2016. pp. 92-103

Bibtex

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