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Civil-military relations in Cambodia : issues, challenges and prospects / edited by Kao Kim Hourn
Bib ID 682154
Format BookBook
Description Phnom Penh : Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 2002 
xv, 64, 189 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Text in English and Khmer.

Subjects Civil-military relations -- Cambodia -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Kao, Kim Hourn  |  Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace  |  National Conference on the Civil-Military Relations in Cambodia, (2001 : Phnom Penh, Camnodia)
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Damnak damnan sivil-yodha nau Kambuja

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