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The Military and the State in Latin America epub ebook

by Alain Rouquie

The Military and the State in Latin America epub ebook

Author: Alain Rouquie
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of California Pr (September 1, 1989)
Pages: 478 pages
ISBN: 0520066642
ISBN13: 978-0520066649
Rating: 4.1
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Rouquié, Alain; Rouquié, Alain. Etat militaire en Amérique latine. China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 12, 2015. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The Military and the State in Latin America. Translated by Paul Sigmund. Also examines the role of US policy in the region. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987. E-mail Citation . Historical treatment of the armed forces in Latin America by an outstanding French expert; chapters 8–11 focus on the 1959–1990 period. Widely cited in Latin America in translation (El estado militar en América Latina ).

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The foremost French academic authority on Latin America, Rouquié provides a discerning comparative analysis of the evolving political role of Latin America's armed forces and speculates about the future.

The foremost French academic authority on Latin America, Rouquié provides a discerning comparative analysis of the evolving political role of Latin America's armed forces and speculates about the future. A well-informed and nuanced interpretation of a perennially important subject. MORE BY Abraham F. Lowenthal. University of California, 1988, 468 pp. Purchase.

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The literature on the Latin American military has developed in four stages, each focusing on a central problem. In the 1960s it focused on the relation of the military to modernization and democracy.

Rouquie, Alain and Stephen Suffern. Politics and Society Since 1930. New York: Cambridge University Press. The Military in Latin American Politics Since 1930.

In The Military and the State in Latin America (1987), Alain Rouquié argues that the military’s lack of legitimacy due to unfulfilled . Approaches to the Study of the Military in Latin America. Comparative Politics 26 (1): 111–122.

In The Military and the State in Latin America (1987), Alain Rouquié argues that the military’s lack of legitimacy due to unfulfilled promises of democratization precipitated the change. The disillusionment of the economic elite and the middle class due to the repressiveness and economic incompetence of military regimes was another contributing factor.

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