CJTF: A Lifeline for a European Defence Policy ?.
Edward H. Foster, Gordon A. S. C. Wilson
Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Jan 1, 1997 - Europe - 111 pages
Betydningen af Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) med relationer til Europa's forsvarspolitik.
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CJTFA Lifeline for a European Defence Policy
European Structures Security Issues
Changing Interstate and InterInstitutional Relations
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