2 edition of military in a postcommunist Czechoslovakia found in the catalog.
military in a postcommunist Czechoslovakia
Szayna, Thomas S.
by Rand in Santa Monica, CA (1700 Main St., P.O. Box 2138, Santa Monica 90407-2138)
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas S. Szayna ; prepared for the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.|
|Series||A Rand note ;, N-3412-USDP|
|LC Classifications||UA829.C9 S93 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 92 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||92188343|
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This 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 the Central European states (such as Poland and Romania), the Baltic. 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. The Czechoslovak military has become a genuinely nonpartisan institution that operates on the basis of the democratic principles governing the state.
This has. From the Communist coup d'état in February to the Velvet Revolution inCzechoslovakia was ruled by the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (Czech: Komunistická strana Československa, KSČ).The country belonged to the Eastern Bloc and was a member of the Warsaw Pact and of the era of Communist Party rule, thousands of Czechoslovaks faced political.
This major comparative study examines the development of military-society relations in central and eastern Europe since the collapse of communism. 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.
The cases of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia in the post period illustrate the divergent paths of post-Communist politics and the development of different forms of civil-military relations.
Finally, the chapter summarizes the patterns observed and offers some explanations for the countries' : Thomas S. Szayna. The book offers a needed corrective to the notion that NATO standards and notions of professionalism will dominate modern militaries.
It will be of interest to those interested in post-communist systems and civil-military relations.'. This major comparative study examines the development of military-society relations in central and eastern Europe since the collapse of communism. Soldiers and Societies in Post-Communist Europe explores how the interaction of the common challenges of postcommunism and the diverse circumstances of.
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Preuss This book examines the problems and issues facing formerly communist states as they seek to develop a new. The Czechoslovak Army (Czech and Slovak: Československá armáda) was the name of the armed forces of was established in following Czechoslovakia's declaration of independence from Austria-Hungary.
History. Although modeled after Austro-Hungarian Army patterns, the army of the newly established state also incorporated former members of the Czechoslovak.
Lee "Army and State in Postcommunist Europe" por disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This study explores the complex military issues that are raised by the transition to post-communist rule with particular.
* Most statistics are taken from a Czech book “On the Western Front by Brod and Cejka who has access to documents of the Czechoslovak Air Force Inspectorate transferred from London to Prague in Messages, telegrams etc.
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The dissolution of the USSR was no exception to this rule as the nation itself, along with many of the individual states within it. This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
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In the post-communist Czech context, this repositioning of the war machine was instigated and assisted by the regional processes of democratization and NATO integration, which have exerted.
The collapse of communism in central and eastern Europe had a profound impact on armed forces across the region, and all the postcommunist states have faced significant challenges in relation to. Civil-Military Relations in Eastern Europe and Praelorianism Like the rest of the countries of Eastern Europe, which previously belonged to the Warsaw Pact, Czechoslovakia is in the process of introducing a new military doctrine and re-dcploving its troops on the eastern border (from the current 18 per cent to about 38 per cent of the army.
Written by recognized experts with an unparalleled grasp of the region's communist and post-communist reality, this volume addresses far-reaching reckoning, redress, and retribution policy choices. It is an engaging, carefully crafted volume, which covers a wide variety of cases and discusses key transitional justice theories using both.The Czechoslovak People's Army (Czech: Československá lidová armáda, Slovak: Československá ľudová armáda, ČSLA) was the armed forces of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC) and the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic from until From it was a member force of the Warsaw 14 March the Army's name was reverted to the Czechoslovak Army removing the.Get this from a library!
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