5 edition of Army and State in Postcommunist Europe found in the catalog.
June 1, 2001
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||162|
1. Misha Glenny, BBC Europe Online, 1 August 2. For further discussion of a typology of military roles see Timothy Edmunds, Anthony Forster & Andrew Cottey, ‘Armed Forces and Society: A Framework for Analysis’, in Anthony Forster, Timothy Edmunds & Andrew Cottey (eds), Soldiers and Societies in Postcommunist Europe: Legitimacy and Change (Houndmills: Palgrave-Macmillan, ). Post-communism is the period of political and economic transformation or "transition" in former communist states located in parts of Europe and Asia in which new governments aimed to create free market-oriented capitalist economies. Politics. The policies of most communist.
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Army and State in Postcommunist Europe 1st Edition by David Betz (Editor), John Lowenhardt (Series Editor) ISBN This study explores the complex military issues that are raised by the transition to post-communist rule with particular reference to Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and the new members of NATO.
All faced similar problems yet their responses, it emerges, were surprisingly diverse. Army and State in. Army and state in postcommunist Europe. [David Betz; John Löwenhardt;] -- "The end of communist rule changed political systems across Central and Eastern Europe.
It also changed the relations between the armed forces and society, as each of the countries looked for its own. This major comparative study examines the challenges faced by countries of postcommunist Europe in reforming and professionalizing their armed forces.
It explores how the interaction of the common challenges of postcommunism and the diverse circumstances of individual countries are shaping professionalization processes in this changing region.
Soldiers and Societies in Post-Communist Europe explores how the interaction of the common challenges of postcommunism and the diverse circumstances of individual countries are shaping patterns of military-society relations in this changing region.
(ebook) Army and State in Postcommunist Europe John Lowenhardt, David Betz eBook April 8, This study explores the complex military issues that are raised by the transition to post-communist rule with particular reference to Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and the new members of NATO.
This major comparative study examines the challenges that the countries of postcommunist Central and Eastern Europe have faced in securing democratic control of their armed forces and establishing civilian control of defence policy.
Civil–Military Relations in Postcommunist Europe: Assessing the Transition 1. This special issue of European Security draws together conclusions and analysis from a research project on ‘The Transformation of Civil–military Relations in Comparative Context’ funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) ‘One Europe or Several?’ programme (award number L 25 ).
Publication Number: AE REG Publication Date: 12/5/ Title: Headquarters, United States Army Europe Status: CURRENT Unit of Issue (U/I): WEB Security Classification: Agency: HQ USAREUR Proponent: Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G8 Prop Office Symbol: AERM C PIN: Web Footnote: Supersedes AE Regulation1 Julysame.
This major comparative study examines the challenges faced by the countries of postcommunist Central and Eastern Europe in securing democratic control of their armed forces and establishing a civilian control of defense policy.
Table of contents. Introduction 2. The State of Communist National Defence Organisations and Armed Forces, ca. NATO Exports its “New Model Army:” Why it Did Not Take 4.
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Devoting space to every postcommunist country, the essays in Bringing the Dark Past to Light explore how the memory of the “dark pasts” of Eastern European nations is being recollected and reworked.
"This excellent book fills a longstanding void in literature on the politics of memory in Eastern Europe. Professor Marples has produced an innovative and 3/5(2).
The final volume in the three-volume work "Christianity Under Stress," Protestantism and Politics in Eastern Europe and Russia will prove invaluable to anyone hoping to understand not only the workings of religion under Communism, but the historical and contemporary interactions of church and state in general.
Contributors. Paul Bock, Lawrence 5/5(1). This is a completely revised and updated second edition of Rights Before Courts (, paper edition ). This book carefully examines the most recent wave of the emergence and case law of activist constitutional courts: those that were set up after the fall of communism in Central and Eastern Europe.
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Drawing on primary research conducted in the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, and Ukraine, the book shows how domestic debates over a nation's boundaries and the strategies of the UN's refugee agency (UNHCR) shaped postcommunist refugee. The postcommunist transitions produced two very different types of states.
The "contractual" state is associated with the countries of Eastern Europe, which moved toward democratic regimes, consensual relations with society, and clear boundaries between political power and economic wealth.
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