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中央アメリカにみる紛争後の政軍関係

Civil-Military Relations in Post-Conflict Societies : Transforming the Role of the Military in Central America

(Routledge Studies in Latin American Politics ; : 12)

Přez, Orlando J.

Routledge 2015/04
158 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780415741682
KCN: 1020563813
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DDC: 322.509728
KDC: D257 政治史・政治事情:中南米
M662
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Full Description

Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras are four Spanish speaking countries in Central America that possess uniformed military institutions. These four countries represent different approaches to reforms of civil-military relations, and embody varying degrees of success in both institutional democratization and the managing of security forces. In this book, Orlando J. Perez expertly examines the competing theories of civil-military relations in Central America to advance our understanding of the origins, consequences and persistence of militarism in Latin America. Divided into four parts, Perez begins by proposing a theoretical framework for analyzing civil-military relations, including an analysis of how U.S. foreign and military policy affects the establishment of stable civilian supremacy over the armed forces. Part Two examines the institutional and legal structures under which civil-military relations are carried out revealing in Part Three the reorientation of the missions and roles performed by the armed forces in each country. The concluding part analyzes the role beliefs of members of the military and public opinion about the armed forces in relation to other institutions. Combining both qualitative and quantitative data, Perez bridges the gap between structural and cultural analyses for a more comprehensive understanding of the links between micro and macro level factors that influence civil-military relations and democratic governance.

Table of Contents

Contents: Chapter 1: The Military and Democracy in Latin America Chapter 2: Guatemala: Building Democratic Civil-Military Relations after Genocide Chapter 3: Honduras: Military Coup and Constitutional Arrangements Chapter 4: El Salvador: Demilitarization and Democratization after Civil War Chapter 5: Nicaragua: From Revolutionaries to National Army Chapter 6: Facing the Challenges of Crime and Violence Chapter 7: Democratic Values: The Impact of Crime and Insecurity Chapter 8: Public Opinion and the Armed Forces Chapter 9: Military Role Beliefs: Assessing Progress toward Democratic Civil-Military Relations Notes Index