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Changing Military Doctrine

Presidents and Military Power in Fifth Republic France, 1958-2000

"Using neoclassical realist theory Rynning deftly shows how French presidents in collusion with handpicked innovative generals overcame domestic resistance to national security policy change. Contradicting conventional wisdom French leaders have used allied commitments to shelter doctrinal change, improving cooperation in NATO. This is a highly innovative and readable study of military doctrinal change using the Fifth Republican as field of exploration." Irgemar Dorfer Professor Swedish Defence Research Agency "At last a clear analysis of French military strategy from 1958 to 2000, in which Sten Rynning successfully identifies the dominating factors." Maurice Schmitt General Chief of Staff of the French Armed Forces, 1987-1991

This work shows that armed forces have a natural interest in shaping military doctrine according to their resources, doctrinal traditions, as well as their assessment of the international environment. It shows when policy-makers are capable of controlling military doctrine. Les mer

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This work shows that armed forces have a natural interest in shaping military doctrine according to their resources, doctrinal traditions, as well as their assessment of the international environment. It shows when policy-makers are capable of controlling military doctrine.

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Forlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780275972868
Utgivelsesår
2001

Om forfatteren

Examines civil-military relations in France from 1958 to the present.STEN RYNNING is a Research Fellow with the Copenhagen Peace Research Institute, a Lecturer with the Institute of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, and a Research Fellow with the NATO Europe-Atlantic Partnership Council./e Dr. Rynning has published extensively in scholarly journals.

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"Using neoclassical realist theory Rynning deftly shows how French presidents in collusion with handpicked innovative generals overcame domestic resistance to national security policy change. Contradicting conventional wisdom French leaders have used allied commitments to shelter doctrinal change, improving cooperation in NATO. This is a highly innovative and readable study of military doctrinal change using the Fifth Republican as field of exploration." Irgemar Dorfer Professor Swedish Defence Research Agency "At last a clear analysis of French military strategy from 1958 to 2000, in which Sten Rynning successfully identifies the dominating factors." Maurice Schmitt General Chief of Staff of the French Armed Forces, 1987-1991

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