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The assuming and manifestation of legislative powers after the Iraq war 2003, and its references to a history of (geographically and culturally) (dis)located (located at/in distance) power, faith and fantasy in creating the nation state formally known as “the British Mandate of Mesopotamia” and known to us as “Iraq”

Arvidsson, Matilda LU (2007) The analysis of Hybrids in Society, Contracts and Organizations: Network, partnerships, hybrid contracts, hybrid laws. The changing character of the public-private divide
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Gertrude Bell, Iraq, post colonial studies, power, history, law, the British Mandate of Mesopotamia, rättsvetenskap
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The analysis of Hybrids in Society, Contracts and Organizations: Network, partnerships, hybrid contracts, hybrid laws. The changing character of the public-private divide
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English
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  author       = {Arvidsson, Matilda},
  keyword      = {Gertrude Bell,Iraq,post colonial studies,power,history,law,the British Mandate of Mesopotamia,rättsvetenskap},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {The assuming and manifestation of legislative powers after the Iraq war 2003, and its references to a history of (geographically and culturally) (dis)located (located at/in distance) power, faith and fantasy in creating the nation state formally known as “the British Mandate of Mesopotamia” and known to us as “Iraq”},
  year         = {2007},
}