Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples: Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

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Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples : Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. / Persson, Anders.

I: Journal of Common Market Studies, Bind 55, Nr. 6, 13, 11.2017, s. 1415-1431.

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Persson, A 2017, 'Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples: Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict', Journal of Common Market Studies, bind 55, nr. 6, 13, s. 1415-1431. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12578

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Persson, A. (2017). Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples: Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. Journal of Common Market Studies, 55(6), 1415-1431. [13]. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12578

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Persson A. Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples: Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. Journal of Common Market Studies. 2017 nov;55(6):1415-1431. 13. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12578

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Persson, Anders. / Shaping Discourse and Setting Examples : Normative PowerEurope can Work in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict. I: Journal of Common Market Studies. 2017 ; Bind 55, Nr. 6. s. 1415-1431.

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