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Published: 2022-11-01

When War is Not just a War. It’s a War with Ourselves and our Mental Health

University of Bucharest


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How to Cite

Berceanu, D. (2022). When War is Not just a War. It’s a War with Ourselves and our Mental Health. Studia Doctoralia, 13(2), 84–85.