By David Spence, Jozef Bátora
This e-book questions even if the associations and practices of the rising ecu diplomatic method agree to proven criteria of the state-centric diplomatic order; or no matter if perform is paving the way in which for leading edge, even progressive, sorts of diplomatic agency.
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