3 edition of Armies and politics found in the catalog.
Armies and politics
by Lawrence and Wishart
Written in English
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In the book Armies and Politics one can find the answers to many problems dealing with military interventions in politics throughout the XX century. In the post Cold War era does the withdrawal of armies from direct rule in most countries herald an end to their role as actors in domestic politics.
Is it indeed sensible to assume that political intervention by the military has been more or less permanently superceded. Drawing on the 20th century experience of a dozen important countries this book examines a number of closely related issues.
"Inequality can prove dangerous for the battlefield fate of armies. Lyall, in this smart and timely book, warns us all that the divisions within a community are reflected in the divisions within the armies that represent them―with devastating costs.
A critical read for policymakers and scholars alike."―General (Ret.) Stanley McChrystal5/5(2). Drawing on the 20th century experience of a dozen important countries, this book outlines the lessons which policy makers can learn from a comparative analysis of political armies in such fields as global governance and post-conflict reconstruction.
Armies of Sand, Kenneth M. Pollack's powerful and riveting history of Arab armies from the end of World War Two to the present, assesses these differing explanations and isolates the most important causes. Over the course of the book, he examines the combat performance of fifteen Arab armies and air forces in virtually every Middle Eastern war /5(19).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woddis, Jack. Armies and politics. London: Lawrence and Wishart, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. This book studies the political role of the Chilean military during the years Beginning with the fall of the Spanish monarchy to Napoleon in and ending immediately after the last royalist contingents were expelled from the island of Chiloé, it does not seek to give a full picture of the participation of military men on the battlefield but rather to interpret their involvement.
/ Jennifer Schirmer --The military and politics in Brazil, / Celso Castro --A political army in Chile: historical assessment and prospects for the new democracy / Felipe Agüero --The Janus face of the Indonesian armed forces / Nico Schulte Nordholt --The military, politics, and post-cold war dilemmas in Turkey / Aylin Gn̈ey --Army.
Ten years ago, when the first edition of Armies and Politics in Latin America was published, no one doubted that the armed forces were central to Latin American political life; they ruled directly in most nations of the hemisphere. Yet despite the military's obvious political role, there was no synthetic or comparative book to analyze the different ways in which the armed forces affected Latin.
Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since This book studies the political role of the Chilean military during the years Beginning with the fall of the Spanish monarchy to Napoleon in and ending immediately after the last royalist contingents were expelled from the island of.
Armies, Politics and Revolution Chile, First Edition. Juan Luis Ossa Santa Cruz. Liverpool University Press. Liverpool Latin American Studies LUP. New interpretation of Chilean Independence from the perspective of the military; Political study of the.
The book isn't as powerful as Robert Parry's seminal reporting gathered in Lost History or as This book turned out to be very careful and fair, almost too fair. Here Scott largely sticks to the Kerry report exposing U.S. government complicity in South and Central American drug trade as a mere tip of it emerged in Oliver North's Iran-Contra crimes.4/5.
Political Armies and the Nation State in Ethiopia and Eritrea - Robin Luckham Army Politics as a Historical Legacy: The Experience of Burma - Martin Smith Serbia and the Politics of the Yugoslav Armies: Communism, Federalism and Democracy - James Gow Eisenhower's Armies The American-British Alliance During World War II Niall Barr.
Pegasus Books, New York,pages. Book Review published on: Janu More than seventy years have passed since the alliance of American and British powers saw the eventual downfall of the Axis powers in World War II. El libro de Juan Luis Ossa Santa Cruz, síntesis de su tesis doctoral, examina las características que adquirió este proceso en el contexto chileno.
El argumento central sostenido a lo largo de Armies, Politics, and Revolution es que el colapso de Author: Gabriel Cid. The Political Nature of Strong Armies.
GPF Team - Ma By Jacob L. Shapiro. Another model for the military’s role in stabilizing (and at times upending) domestic politics can be seen in Egypt and Pakistan, where the military often rules directly. Both Pakistan and Egypt were at one point British colonies, and one of. Book Awards Book Club Selections Books by Author Books by Series Coming Soon Kids' Books New Releases Teens' Books This Month's Biggest New Releases Subjects Biography Business Cookbooks, Food & Wine Current Affairs & Politics Diet, Health & Fitness Fiction Graphic Novels & Comics History Mystery & Crime Religion Romance Sci-Fi & Fantasy Self.
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Despite their long-term presence, deep analysis about them is insufficient. In the book’s part two (on war and order), several authors have paid limited attention to this challenging security process.