3 edition of The Political dilemmas of military regimes found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Christopher Clapham and George Philip|
|Contributions||Clapham, Christopher S, Philip, George D. E|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||282|
Reference Works and Bibliographies. For all aspects of the war, see Dear and Foot The best bibliographic coverage of new books and articles is the Jahresbibliographie, an annual bibliography available in numerous languages. Ziegler is an English-language bibliography. The World War II Studies Association has published some further bibliographies in its newsletter, but a . Philosopher Plato discusses five types of regimes (Republic, Book VIII; Greek: πέντε πολιτεῖαι).They are Aristocracy, Timocracy, Oligarchy, Democracy, and also assigns a man to each of these regimes to illustrate what they stand for. The tyrannical man would represent Tyranny, for example.
Walter Lippmann, the dean of American political commentators back when political commentary had such titles, warned, in , “The price of a military . Colonel Osvaldo Lopez Arellano heads first of string of military regimes in power until - Football War with El Salvador; 4, die in hour conflict.
Despite these differences, however, most military regimes are variations on one of four basic types, described by Christopher Clapham and George Philip in The Political Dilemmas of Military Regimes (). The first is known as a veto regime, which pits the military against strongly organized civilian political structures. for political power sharing and socio-economic equality. Resultantly, East Pakistan was separated from Pakistan in December in a military debacle. Political Government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, succeeded to frame a unanimous constitution of However, practically, it could not alter the continued pattern.
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The political dilemmas of military regimes / Christopher Clapham & George Philip --Greece: veto and impasse, / Thanos Veremis --Turkey: the army as guardian of the political order / Bener Karakartal --The politics of the post-military state in Africa / J.
'Bayo Adekanye --Indonesia: slow march into an uncertain future / Ulf Sundhaussen & Barry R. Green --Military rule in South America:. The political dilemmas of military regimes / C. Clapham and G. Philip --Greece / T. Veremis --Turkey / B. Karakartal --The politics of the post-military state in Africa / J.B.
Adekanye --Indonesia / U. Sundhaussen and B.R. Green --Military rule in South America / G. Philip --Argentina /G. Makin --Central America / J. Dunkerley --Riding the tiger / G. Rizvi --Sudan / P. Woodward --Ethiopia / C. Clapham.
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Since the seminal papers of osborne and Slivinski () and Besley and coate. Political change came about far more frequently through military intervention in politics than through open, competitive elections. The military in the country falsely appeared in self-assumed. This book reaffirms Skidmore's position as the preeminent North American commentator on contemporary Brazilian political history."--Peter Evans, University of New Mexico "This welcome sequel to Skidmore's Politics in Brazil, treats politics during the rule of an authoritarian military regime from until the reintroduction of Reviews: 4.
The politics of Zimbabwe takes place in a framework of a full presidential republic, whereby the President is the head of state and government as organized by the Constitution. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and status of Zimbabwean politics has been thrown into question by a coup.
Ten years after the start of the war in Afghanistan, military leaders still face ethical dilemmas engendered by the war. The overall discussion that develops from the literature reveals more questions than answers.
The essay examines moral issues surrounding unconventional warfare or police actions. Moral Dilemmas in Military Situations: Proportionality Principle, Religiosity, Political Attitudes, and Authoritarian Personality. Shaul Kimhi Department of Psychology, Tel Hai College Correspondence [email protected] & Asa Kasher Department of Professional Ethics and Philosophy of Practice and Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University.
The apolitical, professional ethic is codified today in military criminal law that prohibit officers from speaking ill of political officials and regulations that proscribe service members from.
A military-drafted constitution is just one of the issues Aung San Suu Kyi's new government will have to tackle A civilian led administration has taken power in .Some military regimes attempt to manage that competition by, for example, allocating the spoils of office equitably between the different service branches.
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