Military Government in Mali

@article{Bennett1975MilitaryGI,
  title={Military Government in Mali},
  author={V. Bennett},
  journal={Journal of Modern African Studies},
  year={1975},
  volume={13},
  pages={249-266}
}
  • V. Bennett
  • Published 1975
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Modern African Studies
A notable imbalance exists in the literature on the role of soldiers in politics - far less attention is given to their rule than to their intervention. This is particularly true for the African continent, where scant effort has been made to relate patterns of military rule to patterns of demilitarisation. The policy objectives of officers are often dealt with as two opposing ideal types: broadly ideological, leaning towards 'anticommunism' ' modernisation', or 'Arab socialism'; or… Expand
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