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Author Danopoulos, Constantine P.

Title Civilian Rule in the Developing World : Democracy on the March?
Published Milton : Routledge, 2019
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; About the Editor and Contributors; 1 Civilian Supremacy in Changing Societies: Comparative Perspectives; 2 Sources of Political Stability in Modernizing Monarchical Regimes: Jordan and Morocco; 3 The Preservation of Civilian Rule in Saudi Arabia; 4 The Military in Guyana: From Party Control to Party Dependence?; 5 Personal Rule and the Search for Political Pluralism in Cameroon; 6 The Preservation of Civilian Rule in Tanzania; 7 The Persistence and Fragility of Civilian Rule in Kenya
8 Civilian Control of the Military in Africa: The Case of Zambia9 Constitutional Government in Jamaica: The Historical and Political Underpinnings; 10 Institutionalizing Civilian Rule in Developing Countries:The Case of India; 11 Civilian Rule and Abortive Coups in Sri Lanka; 12 Civilian Rule in the Philippines; 13 Malaysia: Shared Civilian-Military Interests; 14 The Future of Civilian Rule and Democracy in a Changing World; Index
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Subject Civil supremacy over the military -- Developing countries -- Case studies
Civil supremacy over the military.
Democracy -- Developing countries -- Case studies
Democratisering.
Militaire regimes.
Civil supremacy over the military.
Democracy.
Developing countries.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429695047
0429715056
9780429695049
9780429715051