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Author: Jürgen Kuhlmann; Jean Callaghan
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
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"This compendium on Europe's military situation is written by leading analysts of military studies representing every major nation of Europe. Also included are three overview chapters that set the tone for this volume. These chapters - Martin Shaw on the evolution of a ""common risk"" society, Christopher Dandeker on the military in democratic societies, and Wilfried von Bredow on the re-nationalization of military  Read more...
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Kuhlmann, Jurgen
Military and Society in 21st Century Europe : A Comparative Analysis
Milton : Taylor and Francis,c2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jürgen Kuhlmann; Jean Callaghan
ISBN: 9781351505420 1351505424 9781315124490 1315124491
OCLC Number: 1003259696
Notes: Originally published in 2011.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction : Armed forces and society in Europe--the challenge of change / Jean Callaghan & Christopher Dandeker & Jürgen Kuhlmann --
The development of "common-risk" society : a theoretical overview / Martin Shaw --
The military in democratic societies : new times and new patterns of civil-military relations / Christopher Dandeker --
Re-nationalization of military strategy? New challenges for the Armed Forces in a changing global environment / Wilfried Von Bredow --
Bulgarian Armed Forces after the 1997 elections : opportunities for and challenges to genuine reform / Jean Callaghan & Christo Domozetov & Valery Ratchev --
Civil-military relations in modern society : the Czech case / Marie Vlachová & Stefan Sarvas --
Transforming the defense sector in a new democracy : civil-military relations in Hungary--facts and tendencies / Janos Szabó --
Romania--a delayed modernization / Adriana Stanescu --
The military and society in post-Communist Russia at the threshold of the 21st century / Vladimir Rukavishnikov --
Coping with the peace dividend : Germany and its armed forces in transition / Paul Klein & Jürgen Kuhlmann --
France : farewell to the draft and all that / Bernard Boëne & Didier Danet --
Italy and its military : toward a new deal / Giuseppe Caforio & Marina Nuciari --
The Netherlands' armed forces : an organization preparing for the next century / Jan van der Meulen & Axel Rosendahl Huber & Joseph L. Soeters --
The military in common-risk societies : elements of comparison among nine countries of West, Central, and East Europe / Bernard Boëne & Wilfried von Bredow & Christopher Dandeker. Cover ; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Conents; Robert KENNEDY Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction Jean CALLAGHAN & Christopher DANDEKER & Jürgen KLHLMANN Armed Forces and Society in Europe --
the Challenge of Change; I THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK; 1. Martin SHAW The Development of ""Common-Risk"" Society: A Theoretical Overview; 2. Christopher DANDEKER The Military in Democratic Societies: New Times and New Patterns of Civil-Military Relations 3. Wilfried VON BREDOW Re-Nationalization of Military Strategy? New Challenges for the Armed Forces in a Changing Global EnvironmentII SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES --
COUNTRY CASE STUDIES; 4. Jean CALLAGHAN & Christo DOMOZETOV & Valery RATCHEV Bulgarian Armed Forces after the 1997 Elections: Opportunities for and Challenges to Genuine Reform; 5. Marie VLACHOVÁ & Stefan SARVAS Civil-Military Relations in Modern Society: The Czech Case; 6. Janos SZABÓ Transforming the Defense Sector in a New Democracy: Civil-Military Relations in Hungary --
Facts and Tendencies 7. Adriana STANESCU Romania --
A Delayed Modernization8. Vladimir RUKAVISHNIKOV The Military and Society in Post-Communist Russia at the Threshold of the2lstCentury; 9. Paul KLEJK & Jürgen KUHLMANN Coping with the Peace Dividend: Germany and its Armed Forces in Transition; 10. Bernard BOENË & Didier DANET France: Farewell to the Draft and All That; 11. Giuseppe CAFORIO & Marina NUCIARI Italy and its Military: Toward a New Deal; 12. Jan VAN DER MEULEN & Axel ROSENDAHL HUBER & Joseph L. SOETERS The Netherlands' Armed Forces: 283 An Organization Preparing for the Next Century III LESSONS LEARNED: THE CIVIL-MILITARY COMPLEX13. Bernard BOiËNE & Wilfried VON BREDOW & Christopher DANDEKER The Military in Common-Risk Societies: Elements of Comparison among Nine Countries of West, Central, and East Europe; Annex: Issues, Guiding Questions, and Variables; The Contributors
Other Titles: Military and society in twenty-first century Europe
Responsibility: Jürgen Kuhlmann, Jean Callaghan, editors.

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"This compendium on Europe's military situation is written by leading analysts of military studies representing every major nation of Europe. Also included are three overview chapters that set the tone for this volume. These chapters - Martin Shaw on the evolution of a ""common risk"" society, Christopher Dandeker on the military in democratic societies, and Wilfried von Bredow on the re-nationalization of military strategy - provide an introduction to the work.Although the Cold War is now two decades removed from Europe, the challenges of transition to new defense systems and institutional structures still confront those who plan the future for military establishments. The country studies as well as the final analysis of the trends and probable future developments in Europe should be required reading throughout the national security structure for politicians and decision makers seeking to understand the dilemmas facing European militaries and the societies they defend.The chapters cover a wide range of nations. Jean Callaghan, Christo Domoztov, and Valery Ratchcev examine the Bulgarian armed forces after the 1997 elections and Marie Vlachova and Stefan Sarvas review civil-military relations in the Czech Republic. Janos Szabo studies the defense sector in Hungary. Adriana Stanescu sees Romania as a case of delayed modernization. Vladimir Rukavishnikov studies the military in post-communist Russia. Paul Klein and Jürgen Kuhlmann review the German armed forces in the context of a peace dividend. Bernard Boene and Didier Danet consider France and the post draft situation. Marina Nuciari and Giuseppe Caforio consider the Italian military in a democratic context. Jan van der Meulen and his colleagues look upon the Netherlands military as a case study in post-modernization. The final contribution summarizes lessons learned in assessing the contemporary civil-military complex."--Provided by publisher.

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