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Title Coercion and governance : the declining political role of the military in Asia / edited by Muthiah Alagappa
Published Stanford, Calif. ; [Great Britain] : Stanford University Press, 2001


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Description xxv, 594 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Investigating and explaining change: an analytical framework / Muthiah Alagappa -- Japan: from containment to normalization / Eiichi Katahara -- India: the new militaries / Sunil Dasgupta -- South Korea: consolidating democratic civilian control / Jinsok Jun -- Taiwan: the remaining challenges / Chih-cheng Lo -- The Philippines: not so military, not so civil / Eva-Lotta E. Hedman -- Thailand: the struggle to redefine civil-military relations / James Ockey -- Bangladesh: an uneasy accommodation / Amena Mohsin -- Indonesia: on a new course? / Geoffrey Robinson -- Malaysia: a congruence of interests / K.S. Nathan and Geetha Govindasamy -- Singapore: civil-military fusion / Tan Tai Yong -- Sri Lanka: transformation of legitimate violence and civil-military relations / Darini Rajasingham-Senanayake -- China: conditional compliance / James Mulvenon -- Vietnam: from revolutionary heroes to red entrepreneurs / Thaveeporn Vasavakul -- North Korea: institutionalized military intervention / Chung-in Moon and Hideshi Takesada -- Pakistan: return to praetorianism / Babar Sattar -- Burma: soldiers as state builders / Mary P. Callahan -- Asian civil-military relations: key developments, explanations, and trajectories / Muthiah Alagappa
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Civil-military relations -- Asia.
Asia -- Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Author Alagappa, Muthiah.
LC no. 2001020988
ISBN 080474226X cased
0804742278 paperback