Series: Stato del Mondo

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L'état du monde Edition 1981 (Annuaire économique et géopolitique mondial)1981
L'ETAT DU MONDE 19831983
L'Etat du monde 841984
L'état du monde, 1989-1990 : annuaire économique et géopolitique mondial by Collectif1989
L'Etat du monde 911991
L'Etat du monde, 1992 Annuaire économique et géopolitique mondial by Collectif1992
L'etat du monde 1994 by Collectif1994
Stato del mondo: annuario economico e geopolitico mondiale1994
Etat du monde 95 by Collectif1995
Stato del Mondo 1995 by Serge Cordellier1995
Stato del mondo 1997: annuario economico e geopolitico mondiale1997
Stato del Mondo 1998 by Serge Cordellier1998
Stato del mondo 1998. Annuario economico e geopolitico mondiale1998
Etat du monde 99 by Collectif1999
L'État du monde 2001 by Collectif2001
Etat du monde 2002 (L') by Collectif2002
L'état du monde : Annuaire économique géopolitique mondial by Serge Cordellier2006
El Estado del mundo : anuario económico y geopolítico mundial 2010 / Bertrand Badie y Dominique Vidal (dirs.); traducción, Francisco López Martín by Bertrand Badie, dir.2010

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