The Battle for Baghdad: Testing Hypotheses About Insurgency From Risk Heterogeneity, Repeat Victimization, and Denial Policing Approaches

@inproceedings{Braithwaite2015TheBF,
  title={The Battle for Baghdad: Testing Hypotheses About Insurgency From Risk Heterogeneity, Repeat Victimization, and Denial Policing Approaches},
  author={Alex R Braithwaite and Shane D. Johnson},
  year={2015}
}

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