Who Guards the Guardians and How: Democratic Civil-Military Relations by ProQuest

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The editors include chapters on the role of the military in a democracy, the relationship between legislatures and defense ministries, ways of reforming intelligence establishments in new democracies, the budgeting process, and military education. Who Guards the Guardians and How focuses on how consolidating democracies deal with the civilianmilitary problematique, but all modern militaries and intelligence services worldwide are now forced to adapt to a range of missions inconceivable in an earlier era: peacekeeping, humanitarian operations, antiterrorism, governance operations, and institution building, to name but a very few.

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