A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period

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A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period. / Cornwell, Hannah.

THE TRIUMVIRAL PERIOD: CIVIL WAR, POLITICAL CRISIS AND SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS. ed. / Francisco Pina Polo. Zaragoza : Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, 2020. p. 149-170 (Libera Res Publica).

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Harvard

Cornwell, H 2020, A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period. in F Pina Polo (ed.), THE TRIUMVIRAL PERIOD: CIVIL WAR, POLITICAL CRISIS AND SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS. Libera Res Publica, Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, pp. 149-170.

APA

Cornwell, H. (2020). A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period. In F. Pina Polo (Ed.), THE TRIUMVIRAL PERIOD: CIVIL WAR, POLITICAL CRISIS AND SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS (pp. 149-170). (Libera Res Publica). Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza.

Vancouver

Cornwell H. A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period. In Pina Polo F, editor, THE TRIUMVIRAL PERIOD: CIVIL WAR, POLITICAL CRISIS AND SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS. Zaragoza: Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza. 2020. p. 149-170. (Libera Res Publica).

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Cornwell, Hannah. / A Framework of Negotiation and Reconciliation in the Triumviral period. THE TRIUMVIRAL PERIOD: CIVIL WAR, POLITICAL CRISIS AND SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS. editor / Francisco Pina Polo. Zaragoza : Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, 2020. pp. 149-170 (Libera Res Publica).

Bibtex

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