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Peter Feaver and Richard Kohn highlight what they see as worrisome trends: the . For years to come this book will be the indispensable starting point for debates on and further studies of American civil-military relations.

Peter Feaver and Richard Kohn highlight what they see as worrisome trends: the 'Republicanization' of the officer corps and the growing belief among officers that top military leaders should not just advise political leaders on military policy but should insist that political leaders adopt the right policy. Feaver and Kohn nonetheless put these trends in the broader context of changes in civilian society and argue that while there is no crisis, there is cause for concern.

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Soldiers and Civilians analyzes the emerging civil-military "gap" in the United States, drawing on a major survey of military officers, civilian leaders, and the general public. The book's contributors, leading scholars of defense policy, find that numerous schisms have undermined civil-military cooperation and harmed military effectiveness. Soldiers and Civilians analyzes the emerging civil-military "gap" in the United States, drawing on a major survey of military officers, civilian leaders, and the general public.

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Feaver, Peter, and Richard H. Soldiers and Civilians: The Civil-Military Gap and American National Security. Cambridge, MA: BCSIA Studies in International Security, MIT Press. Armed Servants: Agency, Oversight, and Civil-Military Relations. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press. 4, 46–49.

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Since September 11, civil-military concerns have slipped into the background, but the problems identified by this study remain unresolved. This volume serves as a powerful warning that American soldiers and civilians alike would be ill advised to take civil-military harmony for granted. Paywall-free reading of new articles posted daily online and almost a century of archives. About the Author: Michael Benedikt is Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin

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59 Gibson, Christopher, ‘Enhancing national security and civilian control of the military: a Madisonian approach’, in Snider and Nielsen (eds), American Civil-Military Relations, pp. 239–263. 68 Feaver, Peter D. and Gelpi, Christopher, Choosing Your Battles: American Civil-Military Relations and the Use of Force (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003); Berinsky, In Time of War.

Soldiers and Civilians analyzes the emerging civil-military "gap" in the United States, drawing on a major survey of military officers, civilian leaders, and the general public. The book's contributors, leading scholars of defense policy, find that numerous schisms have undermined civil-military cooperation and harmed military effectiveness.


Soldiers and Civilians: The Civil-Military Gap and American National Security (BCSIA Studies in International Security) download epub
Humanities
Author: Peter D. Feaver,Richard H. Kohn
ISBN: 0262561425
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press; 2d edition (October 1, 2001)
Pages: 557 pages