4 edition of Political stability and civil-military relations under Gorbachev found in the catalog.
Political stability and civil-military relations under Gorbachev
Includes bibliographical references (p. -149) and index.
|LC Classifications||UA770 .G87 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||91908502|
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Introduced by Timothy Colton's essay, "Perspectives on Civil-Military Relations," the volume discusses civil-military relations in relation to political change (Bruce Parrott), the KGB (Amy Knight), resource stringency and civil-military resource allocation (Robert Campbell), the defense industry (Julian Cooper), response to technological challenge (Thane Gustafson), social change (Ellen Jones), and Format: Hardcover.
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If Russia is to become a viable democracy, it will need a viable state to make and enforce decisions that nurture societal cohesion and sustain complex economic activity.5/5(1). Rakesh Gupta has written: 'Political stability and civil-military relations under Gorbachev' -- subject(s): Armed Forces, Civil-military relations, Political activity Asked in Joan of Arc.
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In his seminal book on civil-military relations, The Soldier and the State, Samuel P. Huntington described the differences between the two worlds as a contrast between the attitudes and values held by military personnel, mostly conservative, and those held by civilians, mostly liberal.
The Hardcover of the From Garrison State to Nation-State: Political Power and the Russian Military under Gorbachev and Yeltsin by John Moran at Barnes &Pages: Byhowever, Gorbachev's perestroika program had failed to deliver significant improvement in the economy, and the elimination of political and social control had released latent ethnic and national tensions in the Baltic states, in the constituent republics of.
Rakesh Gupta has written: 'Political stability and civil-military relations under Gorbachev' -- subject(s): Armed Forces, Civil-military relations, Political activity Asked in US Civil War, US. Many of our working assumptions about the Soviet system—including our assumptions about civil-military relations—have been called into doubt.
In the Brezhnev era Soviet marshals served long terms in senior defense posts, but under Gorbachev the minister of defense and other senior officers have been harshly criticized and summarily removed from office.
1 See, e.g., Valkenier, Elizabeth, “ New Soviet Thinking about the Third World,” World Policy Journal 4 (Fall ), –54; and Gustafson, Thane, “Conclusions: Toward a Crisis in Civil-Military Relations?” in Colton, Timothy and Gustafson, eds., Soldiers and the Soviet State: Civil-Military Relations from Brezhnev to Gorbachev Cited by: These official Federal Government books cover the strategic partnership between civil society and military organizations established to protect it.
It covers topics, such as civil society and democracy, political theory, societal conflicts, defense and security issues. Similarly, under Gorbachev, the Soviet Union broke apart without falling into civil war, as happened during the breakup of Yugoslavia at the same time.
McCauley noted that in facilitating the merger of East and West Germany, Gorbachev was "a co-father of German unification", assuring him long-term popularity among the German ed by: Office established, (partly himself as. This paper tests the objective (professionalization) and subjective (party penetration) models of Soviet civil-military relations.
The objective model is found to provide the best fit and is used to investigate further the factors leading to military participation in, and Cited by: that Gorbachev has released forces within the Soviet system that may prove very difficult to control and could destabilize the political system.
This speculative paper examines the prospects for political instability in the Soviet Union, focusing on the next five years. It is intended to warn policymakers that, while current developments in the.
Gorbachev was able to have a decisive impact on the development of ideas concerning the Soviet Union's relationship with the outside world and on the actual conduct of Soviet foreign policy by virtue of half a dozen key appointments.
These were the elevation of Eduard Shevardnadze to the post of Foreign Minister, in succession to Andrey Gromyko, in the summer of ; the replacement of Boris. TIMOTHY J. COLTON Civil-Military Relations in the Soviet Union: The Developmental Perspective Dale Herspring c~gently points out in this issue that many of the basic assumptions underlying the study of ry relations in Communist systems were first formulated by specialists on the Soviet by: 2.
This book investigates the debate over Soviet military doctrine and changes in civil-military relations in the Soviet Union since One of Gorbachev's greatest challenges is to apply "new thinking" to the military sphere.
Under this rubric such phrases as "reasonable sufficiency", and "reliable defence" are used by Soviet military leadership toAuthor: William C. Green.Rakesh Gupta has written: 'Political stability and civil-military relations under Gorbachev' -- subject(s): Armed Forces, Civil-military relations, Political activity.The secession of this key element meant that the apparatus under Gorbachev now had no direct control over any territorial division of the party.
Moreover, the setting up of a separate party organization for the Russian Federation was a response to Gorbachev's ideological innovations and policies, a move initiated by his conservative by: 1.