Global Britain in the United NationsCitation formats

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Global Britain in the United Nations. / Gifkins, Jess; Jarvis, Samuel; Ralph, Jason.

London : United Nations Association UK, 2019. 16 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Gifkins, J, Jarvis, S & Ralph, J 2019, Global Britain in the United Nations. United Nations Association UK, London.

APA

Gifkins, J., Jarvis, S., & Ralph, J. (2019). Global Britain in the United Nations. London: United Nations Association UK.

Vancouver

Gifkins J, Jarvis S, Ralph J. Global Britain in the United Nations. London: United Nations Association UK, 2019. 16 p.

Author

Gifkins, Jess ; Jarvis, Samuel ; Ralph, Jason. / Global Britain in the United Nations. London : United Nations Association UK, 2019. 16 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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