, Volume 38, Issue 6, pp 25–30 | Cite as

Re-nationalization of military strategy?

  • Wilfried von Bredow
Symposium: Democratizing the Military


International Politics Weapon System Global Civil Society World Peace Collective Security 


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Suggested Further Readings

  1. Blunden, Margaret. “France after the Cold War: Inching Closer to the Alliance,”Defence Analysis 9, No. 3, (1993): 259.Google Scholar
  2. Booth, Ken, “Human Wrongs and International Relations,”International Affairs 71, No. 1, (1995): 103–126.Google Scholar
  3. Burk, James. “The Decline of Mass Armed Forces and Compulsory Military Service,”Defence Analysis 8, No. 1, 56.Google Scholar
  4. Dandeker, Christopher. “National Security and Democracy: The United Kingdom Experience,”Armed Forces and Society 20, No. 3, (1994): 370.Google Scholar
  5. Mearsheimer, John J. “The False Promise of International Institutions,”International Security 19, No. 3, (Winter 1994/95): 9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Silver, Allan. “Democratic Citizenship and High Military Strategy: The Inheritance, Decay, and Reshaping of Political Culture,”Research on Democracy and Society 2, (1994): 318–319.Google Scholar

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