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Kristina Simion, Rule of law intermediaries. Brokering influence in Myanmar, Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge University Press. 2021, 280 S., ISBN: 9781108830867, £85.00

Judith Beyer

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Simion Kristina Rule of law intermediaries. Brokering influence in Myanmar, Cambridge Studies in Law and Society Cambridge University Press 2021 9781108830867 £85.00 1 280


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Published Online: 2022-05-19
Published in Print: 2022-05-31

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