Civil-Military Relations Program in Mozambique: Lessons Learned And Future Challenges
Bruneau, Thomas C.
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The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) was invited by the Minister of Defense to develop and implement programs to assist Mozambique consolidate democratic civil-military relations. The first program was held at the CCMR in Monterey, California, in March 1998 for the Minister and four other top officials, and was followed by a program in Maputo, Mozambique in March of 1999 for fifty-six officers and civilians. The CCMR programs fit centrally into the Government of Mozambique’s overall strategy to develop new structures and processes to solidify domestic stability and democratic governance.
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