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In-text: (Laws of War : Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and Persons in Case of War on Land (Hague V), 1907)
Your Bibliography: 1907. Laws of War : Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and Persons in Case of War on Land (Hague V).
In-text: (Dunne, Kurki and Smith, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Dunne, T., Kurki, M. and Smith, S., 2007. International relations theories. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.72.
In-text: (Hull, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Hull, I., 2014. Scrap of Paper. Cornell University Press.
In-text: (Morrow, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Morrow, J., 2014. Order within anarchy.
In-text: (MORROW, 2007)
Your Bibliography: MORROW, J., 2007. When Do States Follow the Laws of War?. Am. Pol. Sci. Rev., 101(03), p.559.
In-text: (PAPE, 2003)
Your Bibliography: PAPE, R., 2003. The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism. Am. Pol. Sci. Rev., 97(03).
In-text: (Tannenwald, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Tannenwald, N., 2005. Stigmatizing the Bomb: Origins of the Nuclear Taboo. International Security, 29(4), pp.5-49.
In-text: (Valentino, Huth and Croco, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Valentino, B., Huth, P. and Croco, S., 2006. Covenants Without the Sword International Law and the Protection of Civilians in Times of War. World Politics, 58(03), pp.339-377.
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