British defence policy in the 1990s a guide to the defence debate by Christopher Coker

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Statementby Christopher Coker.
LC ClassificationsUA647 .C57 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 186 p. ;
Number of Pages186
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Open LibraryOL2385753M
ISBN 10008035811X
LC Control Number87014698

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