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Contours, Causes, and Consequences of Civilian Control show more. Review Text 'This is an excellent book about democratic governance of the military in Asia, written by authors with a solid academic reputation on the issue of civil-military relations. The book gives interesting concepts, insights and entry points for security sector reform and its relation with democratic consolidation in the region. Governmental readers should be sobered, and non-governmental ones energised, by this timely book. Analytically innovative, empirically rigorous, and rich in policy implication.
The book is the 'must' reading for students of Asian politics and comparative analysis of civil-military relations.
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In raising and answering the three main questions of achieving democratic civilian control of the military in any country the challenges facing civilians, diminishing military prerogatives and achieving control, and the risks of failure the authors provide unparalleled insights into the successes, and failures, of democratic consolidation in countries ranging from South Korea and Taiwan to Thailand and Pakistan. Review quote 'This is an excellent book about democratic governance of the military in Asia, written by authors with a solid academic reputation on the issue of civil-military relations.
His research interests include comparative politics, especially in East and Southeast Asia, theoretical and empirical research on democratization, civil-military relationships, terrorism and political violence, political parties, and the comparative study of authoritarianism.
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His research interests and published works focus on politics in Southeast Asia with thematic emphasis on democratization, civil-military relations, international politics, and political economy issues. His research focuses on civil-military relations, democratization studies, social science methodology and game theory.
His research focuses on civil-military relations, democratization studies and civil society. He has published in several peer-reviewed journals, including Party Politics and the Asian Journal of Political Science. Rating details.
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senjouin-kikishiro.com/images/fygyrogyl/3349.php Soldiers Rebels and Overlords. From Guardians of the State to Guardians of Democracy? In an age where India and Pakistan were articulating independent policy positions, the IPR proved a key source of information and organisation from which to formulate and to articulate these positions. This short article has sought to redress this imbalance by sketching out just some of the ways in which Asia-Pacific studies owes the IPR an intellectual debt and why its legacy deserves a second glance.
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