Developing New Capabilities : The European Imperative. / Dyson, Tom.

Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention. ed. / Mike Aaronson. London : Royal United Services Institute, 2013. p. 105-113 (Whitehall Report Series; Vol. 13, No. 2).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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Developing New Capabilities : The European Imperative. / Dyson, Tom.

Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention. ed. / Mike Aaronson. London : Royal United Services Institute, 2013. p. 105-113 (Whitehall Report Series; Vol. 13, No. 2).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Dyson, T 2013, Developing New Capabilities: The European Imperative. in M Aaronson (ed.), Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention. Whitehall Report Series, no. 2, vol. 13, Royal United Services Institute, London, pp. 105-113. <http://www.rusi.org/downloads/assets/Hitting_the_Target.pdf>

APA

Dyson, T. (2013). Developing New Capabilities: The European Imperative. In M. Aaronson (Ed.), Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention (pp. 105-113). (Whitehall Report Series; Vol. 13, No. 2). Royal United Services Institute. http://www.rusi.org/downloads/assets/Hitting_the_Target.pdf

Vancouver

Dyson T. Developing New Capabilities: The European Imperative. In Aaronson M, editor, Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention. London: Royal United Services Institute. 2013. p. 105-113. (Whitehall Report Series; 2).

Author

Dyson, Tom. / Developing New Capabilities : The European Imperative. Hitting the Target?: How New Capabilities are Shaping International Intervention. editor / Mike Aaronson. London : Royal United Services Institute, 2013. pp. 105-113 (Whitehall Report Series; 2).

BibTeX

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