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Soldiers in revolt : army mutinies in Africa

Author: Maggie Dwyer, (Professor)
Publisher: London ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maggie Dwyer, (Professor)
ISBN: 0190876077 9780190876074
OCLC Number: 1004254819
Description: xii, 237 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The popular allure and academic neglect of mutinies: Beyond indiscipline. Mutinies in Africa --
Out of the shadows of coups: Identifying mutiny. Researching the mutineers' perspective. Documenting mutinies in West and Central Africa --
The typical mutiny: patterns in participants, tactics and outcomes: The uncomfortable place of rank-and-file soldiers in Africa. Private problems. 'The problems are between the generals and us'. Mutineers' playbook. Mutineers' public relations campaigns. Violence as an ace or a bluff. The predictably unpredictable nature of mutinies. Determining success in a mutiny --
Public discourse, protests and revolts: Global trends lead to ground-level complaints. Dual mobilisation. Borrowed scripts. Freedom to mutiny --
The price of hardship : deployments and peacekeeping: Risks, entitlements and respect. Familiar complaints, new importance. Pay problems. The problem with transparency. Revealing the greener grass. Cohesion and division --
A coup hidden in a mutiny : case study of Sierra Leone: The shifting role of the military. The tigers are tested. From objections to actions. Operation mutiny becomes Operation coup. `A change that changed little'. A new military with new problems --
Mutinies with unintended consequences : case study of the Gambia: The reluctant creation of the Gambian armed forces. The divisive effects of the Confederal Army. Dissatisfaction among the peacekeepers. Mutinies lead to a contentious caretaker. The unresolved problems grow. The third and final strike. Potential problems below the surface --
An escalating cycle of mutinies : case study of Burkina Faso: A temporary civilian-military union. A tested tactic. Familiar dissatisfaction reignited. The military enters the scene. Mutiny finale. Depth of the grievances. The exceptionally uninterested sectors. New changes replicate old patterns. Memory of the mutinies continues --
An altered view of mutinies: Future of mutinies in West and Central Africa. A revised view of mutinies.
Responsibility: Maggie Dwyer.

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