The Domestic, Institutional, and International Factors of U.S. Congressional Foreign Policy: The 1986 Anti-Apartheid Act

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Espinoza, Michael (2009)
  • Subject: HIS | HRDS | POL

Dissertation for the MSc US Politics & Contemporary History submitted September 2008. Supervisor: Dr. Timothy Lynch.
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