Civilian control of the military is a doctrine in military and political science that
places ultimate ... The purpose of the military is to defend society, not to define it.".
Refers to the supremacy of elected civilian public officials over the military. The
elected President is the Commander in Chief and ONLY THE CONGRESS CAN ...
Under martial law, Taiwan lacked civilian supremacy over the military. While the
... Four factors explain Taiwan's progress towards civilian supremacy. First, the ...
At one time or another in the 20th century alone, civilian control of the military has
... on the choices of military leaders, whose outlook by definition focuses on the ...
of Civil-Military Relations, that the way to optimize civilian supremacy was to ...
... the case, the Constitution does not define precisely the extent of those powers.
... Founders gave the President the title to preserve civilian supremacy over the ...
Jan 25, 2011 ... “The test is whether civilians can exercise supremacy in military policy and
decision-making–that is, frame the alternatives and define the ...
Civilian supremacy over the military is enhanced by stripping service ..... Since
Agüero's definition of civilian supremacy can apply to non-democratic as well as
It implies that the relations between the military and the civilian population are
like ..... The definition of their lines of responsibility to the president and secretary
of .... and toward the supremacy of the specialist on violence, the soldier” (1941, p
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\vell known that civil supremacy was a major concern of the Framers. They ... (1)
to show how the meaning of civilian control has changed over the inter-.
But in the new democracies, civilian efforts to gain supremacy over military ... the
choices of military leaders, whose outlook by definition focuses on the need.