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Guns & roses : comparative civil-military relations in the changing security environment

Author: Steven Ratuva; Radomir Compel; Sérgio Luiz Cruz Aguilar
Publisher: [Singapore] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In a rapidly changing security environment, Guns and Roses offers fresh and insightful analyses that transcend space and time." --Prof. Yuko Kasuya, vice-president of International Political Science Association and professor of political science, Keio University "The book provides a very comprehensive and cutting-edge analysis of the important issue of civil-military relations and a recommended reading for those  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Ratuva; Radomir Compel; Sérgio Luiz Cruz Aguilar
ISBN: 9811320071 9789811320071
OCLC Number: 1044857045
Description: xvii, 439 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Guns and roses : the nexus between the military and citizenry in the new security environment / Steven Ratuva, Radomir Compel, and Sergio Aguilar --
Multi-faceted dilemmas : politics and the changing dynamics of civil-military relations--a global synopsis / Steven Ratuva --
Popular revolt and military intransigence in Egypt / Paul J. Carnegie --
Military coups d'état and the distribution of domestic institutional political power within democracies : the case of post-1789 France / Miles Kitts --
Political culture and institution-building impacting civil-military relations (CMR) in Bangladesh / Mohd Aminul Karim --
The executive and the military in South Africa during the Zuma presidency / Jo-Ansie van Wyk --
Moving towards a more multiethnic Fiji military forces / Vijay Naidu --
The military and security in the Pacific Islands past and present / Stewart Firth --
Order and chaos : military government and the middle classes in Thailand / James Ockey --
The dilemma relating to the modernisation of the SANDF and its external role : from defence review 1989 to defence review 2015 / Theo Neethling --
The role of the military in Chinese politics / Kate Hannan --
Rethinking the second wave : democratization and public order in occupied Japan / Radomir Compel --
The role of the military and police in the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands / Jon Fraenkel --
European Union military operations : the use of force in the Central African Republic, Chad, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Sergio Aguilar --
Soldiers, rebels, and overlords / Jovanie Camacho Espesor --
Terminating terrorism with negotiations : a divided path towards progress / Anthony D. Hustedt --
Can the military be entrusted with the role of police? / Asha Gupta --
Guilty by association : the issue of gender violence and the targeted killing of men of fighting age in times of conflict / Marcus Boomen --
From guardians of the state to guardians of democracy? Institutional change and military democratization in insecure states / Cornelia-Adriana Baciu --
United States risk management in the post-war Iraq : encountering societal risks / Radomir Compel --
Protego ergo obligo? The sovereignty paradox in the responsibility to protect doctrine / Pablo Zambrano --
Some concluding remarks : the future of civil-military relations / Steven Ratuva, Radomir Compel, and Sergio Aguilar.
Responsibility: Steven Ratuva, Radomir Compel, Sergio Aguilar, editors.

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