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Andersson, N.A. 1993. The Concept of Measurement for Peace. Unpublished paper.

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The Impact of War on Child Health in the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia References Andersson, N.A. 1993. The Concept of Measurement for Peace. Unpublished paper. Bosnia-Herzegovina Institute of Public Health. 1994. Health Consequences of the Aggression on the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Republic Committee for Health and Social Security. Sarajevo. March 21, 1994. British Medical Association 1993. Medicine Betrayed: The Participation of Doctors in Human Rights Abuses. Zed Books, Ltd., London. Institute for Mother and Child Health. 1994. Children: Victims of the War in Croatia. Department of Health Statistics and Epidemiology. Zagreb, Croatia. March 25, 1994. Institute of Medicine. 1994. Child Health and Human Rights. Address of James P. Grant to the IOM Committee on Health and Human Rights Lecture Program. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. Institute of Medicine. 1993. Emergency Medical Services for Children. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. Kalicanin, P., J. Bukelic, V. Išpanovic-Radojkov, and D. Lecic-Toševski. 1993. The Stresses of War. Institute for Mental Health, Belgrade. National Research Council. 1993. Revitalizing R and D on the Road to Democracy and Free Markets. Report of a workshop sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenian Academy of Arts and Sciences, April 18–24, 1993. Stover, E. and E.O. Nightingale (eds.). The Breaking of Bodies and Minds. W.H. Freeman and Company, New York. United Nations General Assembly. 1989. Convention on the Rights of the Child. United Nations, New York. November 20.

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