by Birzeit University, The Graduate Institute of International Studies in Birzeit .
Written in English
|Statement||by Ronald Suny, Philippe Schmitter, Javier Santiso ; introduction by Roger Heacock.|
|Series||Models and cases in the international system ;, 3, 5|
|Contributions||Suny, Ronald Grigor., Schmitter, Philippe C., Santiso, Javier., Heacock, Roger., Jāmiʻat Bīr Zayt. Maʻhad al-Dirāsāt al-Dawlīyah.|
|LC Classifications||DS39 .P63 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1, 3> ;|
|LC Control Number||2001302510|
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