By Andrew Cottey, Timothy Edmunds, Anthony Forster
This significant comparative research examines the demanding situations confronted by way of the nations of postcommunist primary and japanese Europe in securing democratic regulate in their defense force and setting up a civilian keep watch over of safety coverage. The ebook explores how the interplay of the typical demanding situations of postcommunism and the various conditions of person nations form civil-military relatives during this altering sector. distinctive state case stories written by way of top specialists examine the studies of Poland, Romania, the Baltic republics, the previous Yugoslav republics, Russia, and Ukraine.
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