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The Political Role of the Military

An International Handbook

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Published by Greenwood Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Military-Political Relationships,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Reference,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science / General,
  • General,
  • Civil-military relations,
  • Comparative Government,
  • Handbooks, manuals, etc

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsConstantine P. Danopoulos (Editor), Cynthia Watson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages536
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9840500M
    ISBN 100313288372
    ISBN 109780313288371

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In Western, developing, and totalitarian countries alike, the armed forces are powerful political organizations that play key roles in domestic politics. Yet, the literature on civilian-military relations provides few comparative examinations of the military's political role.

The Political Role of the Military: An International Handbook. In Western, developing, and totalitarian countries alike, the armed forces are powerful political organizations that play key roles in domestic politics. Yet, the literature on civilian-military relations provides few comparative examinations of the military's political s: 1.

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: In Western, developing, and totalitarian countries alike, the armed forces are powerful political organizations that play key roles in domestic politics.

The Political Roles of the Military (PRM) Dataset contains information on democratic and autocratic countries for the period – Data are generated for 01 January of each year.

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58, Heidelberg, Germany Please cite as Croissant, Aurel, Tanja Eschenauer, and Jil Kamerling. "Militaries' Roles in Political Regimes. The political threat presented by the military has always been a concern of civilian governments.

This is the same both in democracies and authoritarian regimes. While dictators might have assassinated potential or real political rivals and garnered support from the military, Western democracies in the 20th century took a different strategy.

1 ROLE OF THE POLITICAL ADVISER In peacekeeping, the political adviser first emerged in the context of military operations. Force commanders operating in highly politicised environments found they needed political advisers to provide counsel on the political implications of military operations.

As part of research project on military government transitions to democratic rule, I investigated this history of Brazil and read this book. It is by far the most comprehensive account of Brazil's military rule, its origins, and eventual return to by: The Soldier and the State: The Theory and Politics of Civil-Military Relations is a book written by political scientist Samuel P.

Huntington. In the book, Huntington advances the theory of objective civilian control, according to which the optimal means of asserting control over the armed forces is to professionalize : Samuel P.

Huntington. Political Role of the Military. In the first seven decades since the founding of the Turkish Republic insix of the nation's nine presidents had military backgrounds. Until Ataturk and. The Role of the Military Party and Army Mao Zedong’s statement that “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” illustrates the value he placed on the military Author: June Teufel Dreyer.

The military seeks to achieve it by either revolt or threat of violence. The military plays this role in any type of political system. To quote Finer: ‘Direct interference by the military in politics, but falling short of the assumption of power by the military, may occur in any type of political system’/5.

THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ROLE OF THE PAKISTANI MILITARY Elisa Ada Giunchi Pakistan’s armed forces are among the most modern, largest and well funded in the world.

Within them, the army is the largest unit and the most powerful institution in the country. In the late s, it became a key political force and increasingly infiltrated the File Size: KB. 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. Political Systems and the Role of the Military First, it fails to account for the variance in outcomes of political crises.

There are at least three types of outcomes: military take-over, military support for one of the contending civilian groups, or military neutrality such that the crisis is resolved through the political processes.

All three. The study of military withdrawal from politics remains a very fertile field for scholarly research. The level and range of intervention, its consequences on economic and social development, and the role of the military in national defense are a few reasons that make the field so important to study (Maniruzzaman: ).Other aspects.

The role of the military in a society raises a number of issues: How much separation should there be between a civil government and its army. Should the military be totally subordinate to the polity. Or should the armed forces be allowed autonomy in order to provide national security.

This book represents three decades of Perlmutter's experiences and observations. The author studies the relationship between the military and politics in Middle East, focusing mainly on Egypt as a case study. He concludes by analysing the effect this internal relationship has on military Cited by: The Role of the Media.

Orwell spent time in Spain during the time of Franco's Fascist military rebellion. Although he was initially pleased with what he considered to be the realization of socialism in Barcelona, he quickly saw that dream change; such a political climate could not maintain that kind of.

Description. This Book is Recommended By FPSC for Optional Subject Political Science and History of India & Pakistan. The Military & Politics in Pakistan By Hasan Askari Rizvi: This book undertakes a comprehensive and documented study of the role of the military in Pakistan’s society and politics with a view to explaining why and how a professional military can acquire political.

The Military in Politics: Who Benefits and How NICOLE BALL* Swedish Institute of International Affairs Summary. - The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the complexity of evaluating the political role of Third-World militaries and to underline the necessity of including many different kinds of information into analyses of that by: Get this from a library!

Allied politics and military interventions: the political role of the Greek military. [Nikolaos A Stavrou].This article seeks to explain how and why the military in Brazil and Thailand retain its political status even in a democratic regime.

The method of examination consists mostly of qualitative analysis based on secondary sources of information, such.