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Research on enduring rivalry has received considerable theoretical and empirical attention in the last few years. As scholars begin to relax assumptions regarding event independence and historical memory, rivalry has emerged to explain dependencies across countries and over time. Despite the...
In this study, past reserve retention studies are organized into perspectives, based on variables examined and underlying assumptions regarding reservists’ motivations to reenlist. Using these perspectives, analysis of survey data obtained from a sample of soldiers (N 510) serving in the US Army...
Are all soldiers created equal to deal with the multiple relationships found in contemporary military operations? Principal-agent theory has long been used in understanding relationships within political environments, and was recently applied by Feaver to understand civil-military relations....
This article examines data from the survey commissioned in 2000 by the Office of the Inspector General to “initiate an assessment of the environment at representative installations... within each Military Department with respect to the application of the homosexual conduct policy.” Analyses are...
This article examines the Turkish case within the framework of theories that explain the impact of transnational factors upon civil-military relations in national contexts. The authors examine the impact of Turkey’s European Union (EU) membership candidacy on civil-military relations in Turkey....
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