3 edition of Military/civil regimes governance found in the catalog.
Military/civil regimes governance
|Statement||delivered by Olagunsoye Oyinlola.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3099.O78 O95 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2007332042|
Military rule, political regime in which the military as an organization holds a preponderance of term military rule as used here is synonymous with military regime and refers to a subtype of authoritarian regime.. For most of human history, attaching military to rule would have been redundant, because almost all political regimes in large-scale societies of the premodern . The book argues that the key to understanding civil-military relations in Asia and elsewhere is the role of coercion, in state and nation building and in the exercise of political authority. As coercion in these processes increases or decreases, so does the political power and influence of the military.
DEEPENING CIVIL MILITARY RELATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE PEACE-BUILDING AND DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA. Published in By: CLEEN Foundation Abuja Office: 26, Bamenda Street with the lessons and recommendations from the various chapters in this book, a new kind of civil military engagement will be inspired within the military and the civil. Nigeria is an oil-rich state located in the eastern part of African. Since gaining independence in , it has faced numerous regime changes. These fluctuations in stable governance have both positively and negatively affected the livelihood of the Nigerian people. The struggle for power has been a.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Civil-military relations: why control is not enough / Thomas C. Bruneau and Aurel Croissant --The theoretical landscape / David Kuehn --Measuring effectiveness and control / Tanja Eschenauer-Engler and Jil Kamerling --The United States: planning and managing . Book Review: Civil–military relations: Control and effectiveness across regimes Show all authors. Pion-Berlin. Pion-Berlin. University of California, Riverside, CA View ORCID profile See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Febru Book Review.
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Throughout the book the reader, therefore, finds thought-provoking descriptions and discussions. The author does not merely elaborate on the core message that African democracy can only succeed if civil-military relations are transformed and if security forces operate under democratic governance.
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: Hardcover. civil-military relations in clearly nondemocratic political systems (Egypt and China). In all of these nation-states, the relationship between the state, society, and the armed forces is a key issue of political organization of state and nation. Yet the types or patterns of civil-military.
Civil-Military Relations by Thomas C. Bruneau,available at Book Depository with free delivery : A stratocracy (from στρατός, stratos, "army" and κράτος, kratos, "dominion", "power") is a form of government headed by military chiefs.
The branches of government are administered by military forces, the government is legal under the laws of the jurisdiction at issue, and is usually carried out by military workers.
Citizens with mandatory or voluntary military service, or. Civil-military relations in Southeast Asia vary from nation to nation, but possess consistent themes in military dominance and control in several sectors of every country's secular operations.
In several Southeast Asian countries, such as Indonesia and Thailand, the military exerts its influence in economic affairs as well, with former military officials running many vital.
coming to grips with the civil-military problem-atique. Further analyses of the workings of the institutional underpinnings of successful governance and functional civil-military relations are needed in Argentina and many other countries of Latin America, where, after more than a decade of reforms, civilian leadership is often the absent.
regard to institutionalising civil-military relations in order to remove one of the major impediments to the African state’s ability to provide sustainable (human) development. Civil-military relations and democratic governance Until recently, democratisation theory did not pay much attention to the issue of civil-military relations.
Following its publication inthe Army revised FMOperations, with a renewed emphasis on stability operations, civil order, and support to civil government. 63 Both documents reflect the U.S. military’s evolved understanding of civil order and good governance as a distinct military priority in ways that would have been familiar to.
the development of civil-military relations in Turkey during the period 31 A. Intra-Military Factors 31 B. External Factors 35 Chapter Three: The Case of Greece 40 Part One: A short description of the evolution of Civil-Military relations in Modern Greece from the early nineteenth century to 40 Part Two: The evolution of Civil.
With military or civil-military regimes becoming increasingly the norm in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, from around the mid s students of the military began to shift the focus of their enquiry from explaining coups to a second enterprise, that of assessing the relative performance of military regimes.
it often makes little sense in the context of highly securitised regimes. Studies of civil-military relations in the Middle East include both the contributions discussing the topic of civil-military return to more restrictive forms of governance. Palma writes about this in his book To Craft Democracies,9 which came out in Opinion - South African president Cyril Ramaphosa's despatch of envoys to Zimbabwe in a bid to defuse the latest crisis, in which the government has engaged in a.
The military rulership affects the executive, legislature, the judiciary and the civil society. The values and norms imbibe manifests in the practice of the current democracy. Examining Military Governance as a Part of Professional Military Education Bankus, Colonel lorelei Coplen, and professor JaMes o.
kievit After the capture of Baghdad inthe expectation was that an Iraqi entity would quickly step forward to begin to fill. Civil-Military Relation: this notion conote the idea of engendering civilian control of the military as well as keeping the military in the barrack to perform their constitutional/ traditional role.
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leadership had put into the responsibility of U.S. Author by: James Michael Roherty Languange: en Publisher by: M.E. Sharpe Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 56 Total Download: File Size: 43,5 Mb Description: This book is a study of civil-military relations in the Republic of South Africa during the period when Pieter Willem Botha was prime minister ().The author's thesis is that Prime Minister.
One of the defining features of African governance systems during the Cold War era was the phenomenon of ‘sit tight’ leaders and ‘presidents for life’ in many countries. Figures One presents a mixed bag of military dictatorships, one party systems and elected civilian regimes.
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