EU development cooperation and the CFSP: mutual encroachment?

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EU development cooperation and the CFSP : mutual encroachment? / Broberg, Morten.

Research Handbook on the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. ed. / Steven Blockmans; Panos Koutrakos. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. p. 254-275 (Research Handbooks in European Law series).

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Harvard

Broberg, M 2018, EU development cooperation and the CFSP: mutual encroachment? in S Blockmans & P Koutrakos (eds), Research Handbook on the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing, Research Handbooks in European Law series, pp. 254-275.

APA

Broberg, M. (2018). EU development cooperation and the CFSP: mutual encroachment? In S. Blockmans, & P. Koutrakos (Eds.), Research Handbook on the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy (pp. 254-275). Edward Elgar Publishing. Research Handbooks in European Law series

Vancouver

Broberg M. EU development cooperation and the CFSP: mutual encroachment? In Blockmans S, Koutrakos P, editors, Research Handbook on the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2018. p. 254-275. (Research Handbooks in European Law series).

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Broberg, Morten. / EU development cooperation and the CFSP : mutual encroachment?. Research Handbook on the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. editor / Steven Blockmans ; Panos Koutrakos. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. pp. 254-275 (Research Handbooks in European Law series).

Bibtex

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