The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck

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The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 : Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck. / Hughes, R Gerald.

Landmark Negotiations from Around the World: Lessons for Modern Diplomacy. ed. / Emmanuel Vivet. First. ed. Mortsel, Belgium : Intersentia, 2019. p. 261-271.

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Hughes, RG 2019, The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962: Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck. in E Vivet (ed.), Landmark Negotiations from Around the World: Lessons for Modern Diplomacy. First edn, Intersentia, Mortsel, Belgium, pp. 261-271.

APA

Hughes, R. G. (2019). The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962: Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck. In E. Vivet (Ed.), Landmark Negotiations from Around the World: Lessons for Modern Diplomacy (First ed., pp. 261-271). Mortsel, Belgium: Intersentia.

Vancouver

Hughes RG. The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962: Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck. In Vivet E, editor, Landmark Negotiations from Around the World: Lessons for Modern Diplomacy. First ed. Mortsel, Belgium: Intersentia. 2019. p. 261-271

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Hughes, R Gerald. / The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 : Overt Confrontation, Covert Diplomacy and Downright Luck. Landmark Negotiations from Around the World: Lessons for Modern Diplomacy. editor / Emmanuel Vivet. First. ed. Mortsel, Belgium : Intersentia, 2019. pp. 261-271

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