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11. Учебно-методическое и информационное обеспечение дисциплины

    1. Базовый учебник


  • Романова Т.А. Институты и учреждения Европейского союза. СПб: Издательство Санкт-Петербургского университета, 2009.

  • Европейское право. Право Европейского Союза и правовое обеспечение защиты прав человека. Под ред. Л.М. Энтина. М.: НОРМА, ИНФРА-М, 2011.



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