III) Polémologie et sociologie de la guerre

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  60. Goya Michel, Sous le feu. La mort comme hypothèse de travail, Tallandier, Paris, 2014.
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  70. Joana Jean, Les armées contemporaines, Paris : Presses de Sciences-Po, 2012.
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