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1 Decolonizing colonial heritage: new agendas, actors and practices in and beyond Europe. Britta Timm Knudsen (ed.) - Routledge 2022 eBook Open Access
2 Cordial Cold War: cultural actors in India and the German Democratic Republic. Anandita Bajpai (ed.) - Sage 2022 eBook Open Access
3 Making Livonia: actors and networks in the medieval and early modern Baltic Sea Region. Anu Mänd (ed.) - Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2020 eBook ProQuest
4 Markets and their Actors in the Late Middle Ages. Tanja Skambraks (ed.) - De Gruyter 2020 eBook ProQuest
5 The exiles: actors, artists and writers who fled the Nazis for London. Daria Santini. - Bloomsbury Academic 2019 Sh.4/1431
6 Stabilising the Contemporary Middle East and North Africa: Regional Actors and New Approaches. Victor Gervais (ed.) - Springer International Publishing AG 2019 eBook ProQuest
7 Dissidents in Communist Central Europe: Human Rights and the Emergence of New Transnational Actors. Kacper Szulecki. - Springer International Publishing 2019 eBook ProQuest
8 Asserting Turkey in Bosnia: Turkish Foreign Policy and Pro-Turkish Activism in Bosnia. Actors, Discourses and Textual Corpora (2002-2014). Dino Mujadžević. - Harrassowitz Verlag 2018 eBook ProQuest
9 Violent Non-state Actors and the Syrian Civil War: The ISIS and YPG Cases. Özden Zeynep Oktav (ed.) - Springer 2018 eBook ProQuest
10 Actors of International Cooperation in Prewar Japan: The Discourse on International Migration and the League of Nations Association of Japan. Kuniyuki Terada. - Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG 2018 eBook Nationallizenz
11 The problem of democracy in postwar Europe: political actors and the formation of the postwar model of democracy in France, West Germany, and Italy. Pepijn Corduwener. - Routledge 2016 eBook ProQuest
12 NGOs in Contemporary Britain: Non-state Actors in Society and Politics Since 1945. Nick J. Crowson (ed.) - Palgrave Macmillan 2009 Uk.6/4210
13 Journalists as Political Actors: Transfers and Interactions between Britain and Germany since the late 19th Century. Frank Bösch (ed.) - Wißner 2008 La.11/380
14 The Iranian Crisis of 1941: The Actors: Britain, Germany and The Soviet Union. Miron Rezun. - Böhlau 1982 Ng.Iran/3040