A comparative study of defense reforms in eastern European nations
Lee, Chee Hoe Michael
Jones, Lawrence R.
Candreva, Philip J.
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This thesis analyzes the defense reforms in transitioning nations in Eastern Europe after the end of the Cold War. The objective is to compare the similarities and differences, as well as discern possible patterns of defense reform. To provide an analysis of this topic, literature on public management reforms will be studied to better understand the array of socio-economic, political and other factors, which may be involved in defense-oriented public management reforms. A proposed framework of the different forces of reforms (influence) and tides of reforms (purpose) will be developed to compare and analyze defense reforms in different countries. The model could serve as a framework for future analysis of defense reforms in other parts of the world.
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