1 edition of Civil-military relations in the post-communist states in Eastern and Central Europe found in the catalog.
Civil-military relations in the post-communist states in Eastern and Central Europe
|Statement||edited by John K. Skogan.|
|Series||Research report,, no. 167, Forskningsrapport (Norsk utenrikspolitisk institutt) ;, nr. 167.|
|Contributions||Skogan, John Kristen.|
|LC Classifications||UA646.8 .C58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||93205832|
Abstract. The transition from authoritarianism to democracy has greatly affected civil-military relations in Central and Eastern Europe. With the exceptions of Poland and the former Yugoslavia during its terminal years, communist Central and Eastern European states experienced various forms of civilian control of the by: 2. 2 Weakness of Civil Society in Post-Communist Europe post-communist europe Although the topic, data, theory, and methods of this book are of wider Russia, Post-Communist Europe, and the Geopolitics of Eurasia Tubilewicz's focus is .
Civil-military relations are truly a continuous power struggle between civilians regimes of Central and Eastern Europe. attention during post-communist transitions. Theories of civil-military relations are the core of this subject. The writings of. This book examines how civil-military relations have been transformed in Russia, Poland, Hungary and Ukraine since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact in
In addition Jeffrey Simon provides a conceptual framework of civil-military relations that draws upon the lessons of post-Communist transition in the entire Central and East European region. The result is a comprehensive and original study of civil-military relations in two of the most important and interesting transition states of the post Author: Jeffrey Simon. decade and a half. The first era of post-communist transition that began in has arguably come to an end: The Central and Eastern European states have put in place the core institutions and practices of democracy and this is reflected in civil-military relations in these countries, and their accession to.
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This volume specifically addresses the fascinating area of Civil-Military relations throughout this transitional : $ The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in East-Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union (Contributions in Military Studies Book ) - Kindle edition by Natalie Mychajlyszyn, Harald von Riekhoff.
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8 An excellent characteristic of the communist regimes in Central Eastern Europe is in the book of George Schöpflin, Politics in Eastern Europe -(Oxford UK&Cambridge USA: Blackwell, ).
9 See for example Amos Perlmutter, 'Civil - Military Relations in Socialist, Authoritarian and Praetorian States: Prospects and Retrospects', in. Fifteen years after the fall of communism, we are able to appraise the results of the multi-faceted postcommunist transition in Central and Eastern Europe with authority.
This volume specifically addresses the fascinating area of Civil-Military Cited by: 2. Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist Europe: Reviewing the Transition - CRC Press Book Fifteen years after the fall of communism, we are able to appraise the results of the multi-faceted postcommunist transition in Central and Eastern Europe with authority.
An important volume for scholars and students in comparative politics, international relations, and the military and politics.
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Buy the Hardcover Book Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist States: Central and Eastern Europe in Transition by Anton A. Bebler atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. DALE R. Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist Eastern Europe; The Potential for Praetorianism A number or writers have expressed the concern that the collapse or the Leninist regimes, economic problems, intensified ethnic unrest, and a weak emerging polit- ical center in the countries or Eastern Europe will lead to the rise or a resurgent, praetorian military Cited by: 6.
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The Half-Hearted Transformation of the Hungarian Military 3. The Transformation of Postcommunist Civil-Military Relations in Poland 4. Democracy and Defence in Latvia: Thirteen Years of Development: — : Timothy Edmunds.
Bebler, A. The regionwide perspective on post-communist civil-military relations. In Bebler (Ed.), Civil-military relations in post-communist states. Central and Eastern Europe in Transition, New York, Praeger. Google ScholarCited by: Buy Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist Europe: Reviewing the Transition 1 by Edmunds, Timothy, Cottey, Andrew, Forster, Anthony (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Fifteen years after the fall of communism, we are able to appraise the results of the multi-faceted postcommunist transition in Central and Eastern Europe with authority.
This volume specifically addresses the fascinating area of Civil-Military relations throughout this transitional period. The countries of the region inherited a onerous legacy in this area: their armed forces were part of. 1 This meticulously-researched and well-written book provides a wealth of detailed information and analysis about the development of civil-military relations during the s in four post-Communist countries: Poland, Hungary, Russia and Ukraine.
David Betz is interested primarily at the civilian side of the civil-military relationship, and throughout the book he poses questions Author: Jennifer G. Mathers. Christopher D. Jones and Natalie Mychajlyszyn, “Overview: Civil-Military Relations in Central and Eastern Europe in Former Communist Societies,” Armed Forces and Society, Vol.
28 (Spring ), pp. – by: 6. The theme of this book is the democratic civilian control of armed forces. It examines how contemporary European states, both mature Western democracies and emerging democracies of post-communist Central and Eastern Europe, manage the issue of ‘Who will guard the guardians?’ (‘Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodies?’Author: Hans Born, Marina Caparini, Karl W.
Haltiner. Bebler, Anton, “ The Regionwide Perspective on Post-Communist Civil-Military Relations,” in Bebler, Anton (ed.), Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist States: Central and Eastern Europe in Transition (Westport: Praeger, ), 65 – Cited by: 3.
Get this from a library. The evolution of civil-military relations in East-Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union. [Natalie Mychajlyszyn; Harald Von Riekhoff; Greenwood Press (Westport, Conn.);] -- The dismantlement of the communist system of control of the military and its replacement with a democratic model is one of the most significant aspects of the post.
The book explores how the interaction of the common challenges of postcommunism and the diverse circumstances of individual countries shape civil-military relations in this changing region. Detailed country case studies written by leading experts compare the experiences of Poland, Romania, the Baltic republics, the former Yugoslav republics.Central and eastern European states have thus faced a three fold civil-military reform challenge: establishing democratic and civilian control over their armed forces; implementing organisational reform to meet the security and foreign policy demands of the new era; and redefining military bases for legitimacy in society.Download New Civil Military Relations ebook PDF or we are able to appraise the results of the multi-faceted postcommunist transition in Central and Eastern Europe with authority.
challenges and distinct national contexts have combined to produce a wide variety of different patterns of civil-military relations.
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