Civilian Control of the Military: Theory and Cases from Developing Countries

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Claude Emerson Welch
SUNY Press, 1976 - Political Science - 337 pages
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Malaysia, Guyana, pluralistiske samfund; Filippinerne, general Marcos, militærstyre; Kina, Det Kommunistiske Parti; Japan, forsvarsstrategi; Finland, fremmedherredømme; Mexico, public relations og bevågenhed; Libanon, civil kontrol; Chile, militærjunta.
  

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Contents

Myth and Reality
1
Civilian Control of the Military in India
43
Implications in the Plural Societies of Guyana and Malaysia
65
of Civilian Control of the Military in the Philippines
99
The Dynamics of PartyMilitary Relations in China
123
Civilian Control of the Military in Japan
149
The Development of Governmental Control Over the Armed Forces of Finland
187
Changing Patterns of Political Influence
213
A Legislative Perspective
255
CivilMilitary Relations in TwentiethCentury Chile and the Overthrow of Salvador Allende
283
Some Concluding Observations
313
INDEX
329
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