Civil-Military Relations in a Multiparty Democracy

Report of a Conference Organized by The RAND Corporation and the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs

by Keith Crane, Steven W. Popper, Barbara A. Kliszewski

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This report summarizes the proceedings of a workshop on Civil-Military Relations in a Multiparty Democracy, held in Budapest, Hungary, February 12-13, 1990. The workshop sessions covered: problems in transition to multiparty democracies, the role of the military in society, defining national doctrines, national security mechanisms, civil-military relations, and determining military resource needs.

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