The Armed Forces and Democracy in Latin America

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The political role of the military is one of the most important questions facing Latin American societies seeking to consolidate new democracies. Despite the return to elected civilian governments, undemocratic patterns of civil-military relations persist in much of the region. Still, the political power of the armed forces is varied and often less dominant than expected. In key countries, military influence is declining, although effective democratic control of the military remains elusive. In The Armed Forces and ...

The Armed Forces and Democracy in Latin America 1998, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801859182

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The Armed Forces and Democracy in Latin America 1998, Johns Hopkins University Press

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