Foreign policy and development strategies of small and landlocked countries Kathmandu, 2023
Foreign policy and development strategies of small and landlocked countries / Edited by Chandra Dev Bhatta and Jonathan Menge. - Kathmandu : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Nepal Office, 2023. - 228 Seiten = 3 MB, PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Kathmandu : FES, 2023 ISBN 978-9937-1-4842-9
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