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Encyclopedia > List of military theorists

See also list of military writers. This is a list of military writers, alphabetical by last name. ...

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The Military in Modern Turkey (6192 words)
Rustow and Huntington suggest that the incentives leading to military interventions are not to be found in "the historical background of the armies," but in the nature of the army's interaction with the "political structure" in the context of political modernization (Rustow, 1967, p.175).
Military interventions are an outgrowth of one particular aspect of modernization, that is "the general politicization of social forces and institutions" in the absence of effective political institutions that could coordinate their interactions (Huntington, 1968, p.194).
Moreover, military intervention can occur under the condition that the civilian and military institutions are "distinct," which is an inevitable effect of the modernization of society, division of labor, increase of governmental scope and mounting "complexity of warfare and administration" (Rustow, 1967, p.175).
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