Overcoming Path Dependence: The Quality of Civilian Control of the Military in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia
Theorists of civil-military relations have for long tried to identify the specific factors that lead to weak civilian control of the armed forces in some countries and very strong oversight regimes in others. While some authors highlight the importance of structural factors (such as the level of economic modernization), others point to the crucial role of personal agency (i.e., the quality and characteristics of leadership). Obviously, some form of interplay between structure and agency does...[Show more]
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