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Europe and China in the Cold War: Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split

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Europe and China in the Cold War : Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split. / Schaufelbuehl, Janick Marina (Editor); Wyss, Marco (Editor); Zanier, Valeria (Editor).

Boston and Leiden : Brill, 2018. (New Perspectives on the Cold War).

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Harvard

Schaufelbuehl, JM, Wyss, M & Zanier, V (eds) 2018, Europe and China in the Cold War: Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split. New Perspectives on the Cold War, Brill, Boston and Leiden.

APA

Schaufelbuehl, J. M., Wyss, M., & Zanier, V. (Eds.) (2018). Europe and China in the Cold War: Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split. (New Perspectives on the Cold War). Brill.

Vancouver

Schaufelbuehl JM, (ed.), Wyss M, (ed.), Zanier V, (ed.). Europe and China in the Cold War: Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split. Boston and Leiden: Brill, 2018. (New Perspectives on the Cold War).

Author

Schaufelbuehl, Janick Marina (Editor) ; Wyss, Marco (Editor) ; Zanier, Valeria (Editor). / Europe and China in the Cold War : Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split. Boston and Leiden : Brill, 2018. (New Perspectives on the Cold War).

Bibtex

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