Complexifying IR : Disturbing the 'Deep Newtonian Slumber' of the mainstream

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Kavalski, Emilian. (2015) Complexifying IR : Disturbing the 'Deep Newtonian Slumber' of the mainstream. In In E. Kavalski (Ed.). World politics at the edge of chaos: Reflections on complexity and global life pp. 253 - 272 State University of New York Press.
AuthorsKavalski, Emilian
EditorsE. Kavalski
Page range253 - 272
Year2015
Book titleWorld politics at the edge of chaos: Reflections on complexity and global life
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