Providing aid to repressive terrorist source countries does not make the U.S. any safer

T. Gries, D. Meierriecks, M. Redlin, Providing Aid to Repressive Terrorist Source Countries Does Not Make the U.S. Any Safer, 2014.

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Gries T, Meierriecks D, Redlin M. Providing Aid to Repressive Terrorist Source Countries Does Not Make the U.S. Any Safer.; 2014.
Gries, T., Meierriecks, D., & Redlin, M. (2014). Providing aid to repressive terrorist source countries does not make the U.S. any safer.
@book{Gries_Meierriecks_Redlin_2014, series={USAPP– American Politics and Policy; London School of Economics.}, title={Providing aid to repressive terrorist source countries does not make the U.S. any safer}, author={Gries, Thomas and Meierriecks, Daniel and Redlin, Margarete}, year={2014}, collection={USAPP– American Politics and Policy; London School of Economics.} }
Gries, Thomas, Daniel Meierriecks, and Margarete Redlin. Providing Aid to Repressive Terrorist Source Countries Does Not Make the U.S. Any Safer. USAPP– American Politics and Policy; London School of Economics., 2014.
T. Gries, D. Meierriecks, and M. Redlin, Providing aid to repressive terrorist source countries does not make the U.S. any safer. 2014.
Gries, Thomas, et al. Providing Aid to Repressive Terrorist Source Countries Does Not Make the U.S. Any Safer. 2014.

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