Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. / Miskimmon, Alister.

Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security. ed. / Robin Allers; Carlo Masala; Rolf Tamnes. Peter Lang AG, 2014. p. 147-166.

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Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. / Miskimmon, Alister.

Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security. ed. / Robin Allers; Carlo Masala; Rolf Tamnes. Peter Lang AG, 2014. p. 147-166.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Miskimmon, A 2014, Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. in R Allers, C Masala & R Tamnes (eds), Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security. Peter Lang AG, pp. 147-166.

APA

Miskimmon, A. (2014). Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. In R. Allers, C. Masala, & R. Tamnes (Eds.), Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security (pp. 147-166). Peter Lang AG.

Vancouver

Miskimmon A. Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. In Allers R, Masala C, Tamnes R, editors, Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security. Peter Lang AG. 2014. p. 147-166

Author

Miskimmon, Alister. / Becoming and Responsible Leader: Germany and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy. Common or Divided Security?: German and Norwegian perspective on Euro-Atlantic Security. editor / Robin Allers ; Carlo Masala ; Rolf Tamnes. Peter Lang AG, 2014. pp. 147-166

BibTeX

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