Author: Karl Liebknecht
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 294
Release: 1917
Genre: Arbitration (International law)
ISBN: UOM:39015073372875

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Anti militarism from the Workers Point of View

Anti militarism from the Workers  Point of View
Author: Dora B. Montefiore
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 12
Release: 1912
Genre: Anarchism
ISBN: UCD:31175035645814

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Militarism and Israeli Society

Militarism and Israeli Society
Author: Gabriel Sheffer,Oren Barak
Publsiher: Indiana University Press
Total Pages: 396
Release: 2010-03-12
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780253004208

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Challenging the established view that the civilian sector in Israel has been predominant over its security sector since the state's independence in 1948, this volume critically and systematically reexamines the relationship between these sectors and provides a deeper, more nuanced view of their interactions. Individual chapters cast light on the formal and informal arrangements, connections, and dynamic relations that closely tie Israel's security sector to the country's culture, civil society, political system, economy, educational system, gender relations, and the media. Among the issues and events discussed are Israel's separation barrier, the impact of Israel's military confrontations with the Palestinians and other Middle Eastern states -- especially Lebanon -- and the impact of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Israeli case offers insights about the role of the military and security in democratic nations in contemporary times.

The German Idea of Militarism

The German Idea of Militarism
Author: Nicholas Stargardt
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 232
Release: 1994-03-17
Genre: History
ISBN: 052146692X

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This 1994 book examines the development of the modern idea of militarism from the 1860s until the outbreak of World War I.

The Making of Israeli Militarism

The Making of Israeli Militarism
Author: Uri Ben-Eliezer
Publsiher: Indiana University Press
Total Pages: 278
Release: 1998
Genre: History
ISBN: 0253333873

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. . . an original interpretation of the wide-ranging impact of the military on Israeli society . . . one of the most insightful works on Israeli society in general. --Gershon Shafir From the early days of the Yishuv, militarism and the military have become a way of life for Israelis. Focusing on the period between 1936 and 1956, Uri Ben-Eliezer traces the ways in which military force acquired legitimacy in civilian society and how the use of organized violence became an acceptable solution to conflicts, especially the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Women Militarism and War

Women  Militarism  and War
Author: Professor Jean Bethke Elshtain,Jean Bethke Elshtain,Sheila Tobias
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages: 272
Release: 1990
Genre: History
ISBN: 0847674703

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This valuable collection of original papers opens up a long-needed dialogue between feminists and the establishment on questions of military values, feminist ideals and war-peace questions on men, women and violence.

The Military and Militarism in Israeli Society

The Military and Militarism in Israeli Society
Author: Edna Lomsky-Feder,Eyal Ben-Ari
Publsiher: SUNY Press
Total Pages: 323
Release: 1999-01-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0791443523

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Investigates the cultural and social constructions of issues related to war, the armed forces, and national security in Israel.

The New American Militarism

The New American Militarism
Author: Andrew J. Bacevich
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2005-04-01
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 0199741166

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In this provocative book, Andrew Bacevich warns of a dangerous dual obsession that has taken hold of Americans, conservatives, and liberals alike. It is a marriage of militarism and utopian ideology--of unprecedented military might wed to a blind faith in the universality of American values. This mindset, the author warns, invites endless war and the ever-deepening militarization of U.S. policy. It promises not to perfect but to pervert American ideals and to accelerate the hollowing out of American democracy. As it alienates others, it will leave the United States increasingly isolated. It will end in bankruptcy, moral as well as economic, and in abject failure. With The New American Militarism, which has been updated with a new Afterword, Bacevich examines the origins and implications of this misguided enterprise. He shows how American militarism emerged as a reaction to the Vietnam War. Various groups in American society--soldiers, politicians on the make, intellectuals, strategists, Christian evangelicals, even purveyors of pop culture--came to see the revival of military power and the celebration of military values as the antidote to all the ills besetting the country as a consequence of Vietnam and the 1960s. The upshot, acutely evident in the aftermath of 9/11, has been a revival of vast ambitions and certainty, this time married to a pronounced affinity for the sword. Bacevich urges us to restore a sense of realism and a sense of proportion to U.S. policy. He proposes, in short, to bring American purposes and American methods--especially with regard to the role of the military--back into harmony with the nation's founding ideals.