Civilian Control of the Military: Theory and Cases from Developing Countries
Claude Emerson Welch
SUNY Press, 1976 - Political Science - 337 pages
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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