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Civil Military Relations In Latin America

Author : David Pion-Berlin
ISBN : 9780807875292
Genre : Political Science
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The armed forces may no longer rule nations throughout Latin America, but they continue to influence democratic governments across the region. In nine original, thought-provoking essays, this book offers fresh theoretical insights into the dilemmas facing Latin American politicians as they struggle to gain full control over their military institutions. Latin America has changed in profound ways since the end of the Cold War, the re-emergence of democracy, and the ascendancy of free-market economies and trade blocs. The contributors to this volume recognize the necessity of finding intellectual approaches that speak to these transformations. They utilize a wide range of contemporary models to analyze recent political and economic reform in nations throughout Latin America, presenting case studies on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, and Venezuela. Bridging the gap between Latin American studies and political science, these essays not only explore the forces that shape civil-military relations in Latin America but also address larger questions of political development and democratization in the region. The contributors are Felipe Aguero, J. Samuel Fitch, Wendy Hunter, Ernesto Lopez, Brian Loveman, David R. Mares, Deborah L. Norden, David Pion-Berlin, and Harold A. Trinkunas. Latin American Studies/Political Science

Milit R Und Zivile Politik

Author : Aurel Croissant
ISBN : 9783486707106
Genre : Political Science
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In Europa und Nordamerika gilt es heute als selbstverständlich, dass das Militär der Kontrolle durch die zivile Politik unterliegt. In anderen Regionen der Welt ist das jedoch nicht unbedingt der Fall. Warum gelingt es manchen Staaten, die Kontrolle über die Streitkräfte zu institutionalisieren, und manchen nicht? Welche Rolle spielt das Militär in Diktaturen und welche in demokratischen Verfassungsstaaten? Welche Herausforderungen prägen das Verhältnis von Militär und Politik heute? Diesen Fragen geht der vorliegende Band nach. Im ersten Teil des Werks führen die Autoren in die grundlegenden Begriffe, Konzepte und Theorien der politikwissenschaftlichen Analyse zivil-militärischer Beziehungen ein. Die nachfolgenden Abschnitte untersuchen historische Entwicklungen, Stand und relevante Problemstellungen der zivil-militärischen Beziehungen in ausgewählten Demokratien, Diktaturen und Transformationssystemen in verschiedenen Weltregionen. Damit bietet der Band einen umfassenden Überblick über das Verhältnis zwischen Politik und Militär.

The Routledge Handbook Of Civil Military Relations

Author : Thomas C. Bruneau
ISBN : 9780415782739
Genre : History
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The armed forces are central actors in most societies and are involved in many different roles. Amongst other activities, they engage in peace operations, support the police in fighting crime, support civilian authorities in dealing with natural disasters, and fight against terrorists and in internal conflicts. The existing literature on this subject is limited in its discussion of war-fighting and thus does not do justice to this variety of roles. The Routledge Handbook of Civil-Military Relations offers an up-to-date comparative analysis which identifies three essential components in civil-military relations: (1) democratic civilian control; (2) operational effectiveness; and (3) the efficiency of the security institutions. Amalgamating ideas from key thinkers in the field, the book is organized into three main parts: yPart I: Development of the Field of Study; yPart II: Civil-Military Relations in Non-Democratic or Nominally Democratic Countries; yPart III: Civil-Military Relations in Democratic and Democratizing States: Issues and Institutions.

Globalization Of Civil Military Relations

Author : IPSA Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society. Triannual Conference
ISBN : 9734504266
Genre : Civil-military relations
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Hvert 3.år har International Political Science Association's Research Committee afholdt konferencer med flere end 30 deltagerlande. Den 29. juni -2.juli 2002 afholdtes den 4.konference med bogens hovedemnet: "Civil-Militært Samarbejde". Tidligere konferencer har været afholdt i lande, hvor der i relation til emnet har været stillet særlige udfordringer,Israel, Korea og Rusland. Partnerskab for fred;.

The Journal Of Military History

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Genre : United States
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Crafting Civilian Control Of The Military In Venezuela

Author : Harold A. Trinkunas
ISBN : 0807856509
Genre : History
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Unlike most other emerging South American democracies, Venezuela has not succumbed to a successful military coup d'tat during four decades of democratic rule. What drives armed forces to follow the orders of elected leaders? And how do emerging democracies gain that control over their military establishments? Harold Trinkunas answers these questions in an examination of Venezuela's transition to democracy following military rule and its attempts to institutionalize civilian control of the military over the past sixty years, a period that included three regime changes. Trinkunas first focuses on the strategic choices democratizers make about the military and how these affect the internal civil-military balance of power in a new regime. He then analyzes a regime's capacity to institutionalize civilian control, looking specifically at Venezuela's failures and successes in this arena during three periods of intense change: the October revolution (1945-48), the Pact of Punto Fijo period (1958-98), and the Fifth Republic under President Hugo Chvez (1998 to the present). Placing Venezuela in comparative perspective with Argentina, Chile, and Spain, Trinkunas identifies the bureaucratic mechanisms democracies need in order to sustain civilian authority over the armed forces.

Democracy Under Stress

Author : Paul Chambers
ISBN : UCSD:31822038039251
Genre : Civil-military relations
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Politics And Economics Of Latin America

Author : Frank H. Columbus
ISBN : UCSD:31822032090722
Genre : Political Science
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This new series brings together important contributions dealing with a part of the world with enormous economic growth potential which continues to experience difficulty in realising that potential.

Soldados Y Ciudadanos En El Caribe

Author : Lilian Bobea
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173016572722
Genre : Caribbean Area
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Genre : Caribbean Area
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