Military and Democracy in South Asia: Challenges, Politics and power
Anil, K.C. (Col.)
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Book ID : 34971
ISBN-10 : 81-8420-181-8 / 8184201818
ISBN-13 : 978-81-8420-181-9 / 9788184201819
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
viii, 352p., 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- 1. Military and Democracy in Today Scenario 2. Army Politics and Congressional Confusion 3. Countries of Developed Political Culture 4. Role of Army Aviation in Military 5. Patents, Production and Progress in Army and Military Science 6. Consequences of Military Dictatorship and Constitutionalism 7. Military Rule under the Constitution 8. Civil Military Relationship : Trends and Analysis 9. Attitudes of Israeli toward Military Services and their Technology 10. Military Education and Democracy in South Asia 11. Military Courts and their Judicial System 12. Defining the Rules of Military Rule under Constitution 13. Prompting the Dual Constitution 14. Limitation of Emergency Powers and its Representation in Military 15. Modes of Intervention in Military Technology 16. Coercive Control by Supervisor in the Military 17. Nation-Building through Military Services in Singapore 18. Military Service in Singapore 19. Marginal Populations through Military Service 20. Prisons System in Military and Rehabilitation
In South Asia, developing, and totalitarian countries alike, the armed forces are powerful political organizations that play key roles in domestic politics. The literature on civilian-military relations provides few comparative examinations of the military's political role. Each chapter traces the historical background of the civil-military relations in the country, identifies and analyzes the processes the military uses to exert political influence, evaluates the success and results of the military's political role, and projects future developments. This volume examines civil-military relations in general and nonmilitary functions in the service of society and democracy in particular in six different nations. This book features the chapters that explore the importance of culture and identity with respect to civil-military relations, national security, and nation building.