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by Sten Rynning

  • Author: Sten Rynning
  • ISBN: 0275972860
  • ISBN13: 978-0275972868
  • ePub: 1655 kb | FB2: 1703 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Praeger (October 30, 2001)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Changing Military Doctrine: Presidents and Military Power in Fifth Republic France, 1958-2000 ePub download

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Rynning, Sten, Changing Military Doctrine: Presidents and Military Power in Fifth Republic France, 1958–2000 (New York: Praeger, 2001)

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STEN RYNNING is Associate Professor in International Relations at the Department of. .

STEN RYNNING is Associate Professor in International Relations at the Department of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark.

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He is the author of NATO Renewed: The Power and Purpose of Transatlantic Security Cooperation and Changing Military Doctrine: Presidents and Military Power in Fifth Republic France, 1958–2000. Rynning's book contributes a valuable assessment of the performance and internal dynamics of NATO as a 'benevolent alliance' subjected to the strains of responding to a protracted insurgency in one of the world's most challenging physical, ethical, and political environments. Douglas Peifer, H-Net.

Sten Rynning is associate professor in the department of political science at the University of Southern .

Sten Rynning is associate professor in the department of political science at the University of Southern Denmark.

As Rynning shows, armed forces have a natural interest in shaping military doctrine according to their resources, doctrinal traditions, as well as their assessment of the international environment. However, armed forces are also the instrument of policy-makers who are in charge of national security. Using civil-military relations in France from 1958 to the present as a case study, he shows when policy-makers are capable of controlling military doctrine as well as the means armed forces rely on to influence doctrine.

Some scholars argue that policy-makers can control military doctrine only when the international environment is threatening--a situation granting them added decision-making authority. Others argue that such control ultimately depends on the degree of domestic political disagreement/consensus. With access to most of the leading military personnel and policy-makers of the era, Rynning provides an analysis that will be instructive to scholars as well as policy-makers and military leaders concerned with contemporary civil-military relations.

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