Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Africa: the Differences in Political, Cultural and Military Organizational Visions
In recent years, however, critics have argued that spreading democracy may be unwise or even harmful. This paper addresses this debate.
Similarly, it has been suggested that the continuing prevalence of a particular regime type, monarchies, has in fact had a pacifying effect on the region Fenja Søndergaard Møller, ‘Blue Blood or True Blood: Why Are Levels of Intrastate Armed Conflict So Low in Middle Eastern Monarchies,’ Conflict Management and Peace Science (2017). The leading introductory textbook on the political-economy of the region similarly concludes that, in comparison to other regions, there is nothing extraordinary about the number of wars in the Middle East despite the exceedingly militarised nature of many of its regimes (Cammett et al. 2015).
It reinforces the need for the U.S. military to remain globally engaged to shape the security environment and to preserve our network of alliances. It echoes previous documents in noting the imperative within our profession to develop leaders of competence, character, and consequence
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