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Оценка вероятности войны: сходства и различия между Европой в 1914 г. и Восточной Азией в 2014 г.

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Иоахим Краузе
Университет Киля
профессор, заведующий кафедрой международных отношений

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Краузе И. Оценка вероятности войны: сходства и различия между Европой в 1914 г. и Восточной Азией в 2014 г. Контуры глобальных трансформаций: политика, экономика, право. 2016;9(4):18-56.

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Krause J. Assessing the danger of war: parallels and differences between Europe in 1914 and East Asia in 2014. Outlines of global transformations: politics, economics, law. 2016;9(4):18-56. (In Russ.)

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