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Of even more importance is the relation between military men and political
leaders, particularly in matters of the budget. A successful war usually results in
greatly increased influence and status for the military. This was notably the case
in the ...
tary institutions is lacking, the political arena is opened to the military on an equal
footing. Another factor is the general ineffectiveness of government in the new
nations. The high hopes of the struggle for independence are often followed by ...
Historically, state Indian political systems dominated South and Southeast
systems Asia, Chinese systems controlled East Asia, and variations on the
original model continued in Southwest Asia, while steadily changing variations
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