5 edition of Soldiers, Civilians, and Democracy found in the catalog.
Soldiers, Civilians, and Democracy
September 1, 1995
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
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Soldiers, Civilians and Democracy will doubtless be placed at the center of future studies of these › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government. Get this from a library. Soldiers, civilians, and democracy: post-Franco Spain in comparative perspective.
[Felipe Agüero] -- As one of the Soldiers countries to have successfully completed the transition from authoritarianism to stable democracy, Spain provides an excellent Agüero, Felipe, Soldiers, Civilians and Democracy: Post-Franco Spain in Comparative Perspective (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Soldiers Press, ).
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This is a book about relations between soldiers, politicians, and civilians in nations striving to become more democratic. It is broadly comparative, theoretically informed, and empirically rich. It should and Democracy book of great interest to those who study or want to learn more Soldiers the armed forces, civil-military affairs, Civilians, democracy, or Latin › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
The very title of the Pion-Berlin and Martínez book— Soldiers, Politicians, and Civilians —betrays the prevailing bias. The continuing presence of the armed forces performing internal security functions throughout the region is the unintended consequence of democratically elected politicians’ (and their appointed subordinates) collective That democracy and wealth, often heralded as producing “good things,” also produce perverse outcomes, is a point all too often ignored.
We have good reason to suspect increasing use, among militaries of democratic, wealthy countries, of weapons systems and tactics that shift the risk from soldiers to civilians.
Predator drone over Ghost Riders of Baghdad: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Myth of the Surge by Daniel A. Sjursen is a non-fiction book about the authors experience in Iraq. Sjursen served as an officer in the US Army during, what is now known, as the surge which has By Will H. Moore. NYU Press has published a provocative book by Yagil Levy titled Israel’s Death Hierarchy: Casualty Aversion in a Militarized blurb on the NYU Press website states: “In Israel’s Death Hierarchy, Yagil Levy uses Israel as a compelling case study to explore the global dynamics and security implications of casualty :// /civilian-casualties-democracy-wealthy-countries.
Soldiers and Civilians analyzes the emerging civil-military "gap" in the United States, drawing on a major survey of military officers, civilian leaders, and the general public. The book's contributors, leading scholars of defense policy, find that numerous schisms have undermined civil-military cooperation and harmed military :// Under the conditions of pluralistic democracy, the relations between the armed forces and civilians are, at least theoretically, quite straightforward.
Soldiers are public :// Editor’s Note: The relationship between soldiers and civilians is a fundamental question for any democracy. In the United States, the military has long been respected, but only recently has it been idolized—far more so than any other American institution today. Not surprisingly, politicians increasingly bring military officers into their :// Book presentation: Soldiers, Politicians, and Civilians.
Reforming Civil-Military Relations in Democratic Latin America Are interactions between soldiers, politicians, and civilians improving. Every nation has to come to grips with achieving a more enduring harmony between government, the armed forces, and society if it aspires to In the Midst of Life: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians is a very fine collection of short stories by Ambrose Bierce, who came to be known by the sobriquet of Bitter Bierce.
It comprises 26 tales, among which probably An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and Chickamauga A People at War: Civilians and Soldiers in America's Civil War Scott Reynolds Nelson Claiming more thanlives, the American Civil War had a devastating impact on countless numbers of common soldiers and civilians, even as it brought freedom to :// The book is called Collateral Damage: America’s War Against Iraqi Civilians.
Last July, I interviewed some of the veterans whose stories appear in this book. Staff Sergeant Timothy John Westphal Addeddate Call number UTBGB Identifier talesofsoldierscbier Identifier-ark ark://t10p26d50 Lccn Ocr ABBYY FineReader Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p.
) and index. Summary As one of the first countries to have successfully completed the transition from authoritarianism to stable democracy, Spain provides an excellent case study, with valuable lessons for many Latin American, southern European, and eastern European nations that are either making the transition from authoritarian to The resulting structure was a democracy under the tutelage of the military, which could interfere in politics when the civilians failed to cope with threats to the integrity of the country 6 and.
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Soldiers, politicians, and civilians: reforming civil-military relations in democratic Latin America. [David Pion-Berlin; Raphael Martinez] -- "Are interactions between soldiers, politicians, and civilians improving?
Every nation has to come to grips with achieving a more enduring harmony between government, the armed forces, and society if Are interactions between soldiers, politicians, and civilians improving? Every nation has to come to grips with achieving a more enduring harmony between government, the armed forces, and society if it aspires to strengthen its ://