Developing Effective Armed Forces in the Twenty First Century Case Studies of New Democracies
Matei, Florina Cristina (Cris)
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The purpose of this article is to contribute to a better understanding of the contemporary value for democracy of the relationship between elected leaders and the armed forces. Hence, it focuses on the military effectiveness dimension of the CMR. It discusses why it is important and what newer democracies can do to successfully develop effective armed forces. The article provides “lessons learned/best practices” of achieving effectiveness from three developing democracies - Chile, Hungary, and, Mongolia.
This article was published in Journal of Defense Resources Management: http://journal.dresmara.ro/volume2_issue1.html