Edited book

Irregular Armed Forces and Their Role in Politics and State Formation


Editors
Davis Diane E., Pereira Anthony W.


Publisher
Cambridge University Press

Publication year
2003


Place of publication
Cambridge


Chapters
  • Contempory Challenges and Historical Reflections on the Study of Militaries, States and Politics
    Davis Diane E. pp.3-36
  • Armed Force, Regimes and Contention in Europe Since 1650
    Tilly Charles pp.37-81
  • Limited War and Limited States
  • Where Do All the Soldiers Go? Veterans and the Politics of Demobilization
    Campbell Alec pp.96-117
  • Military Mobilization and the Transformation of Property Relationship: Wars That Define the Japanese Style of Capitalism
    Ikegami Eiko pp.118-148
  • Send a Thief to Catch a Thief: State-Building and the Employment of Irregular Military Formations in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Greece
    Batalas Achilles pp.149-177
  • Reform and Reaction: Paramilitary Groups in Contemporary Colombia
    Romero Mauricio pp.178-208
  • Policing the People, Building the State: The Police-Military Nexus in Argentina, 1880-1945
    Kalmanowiecki Laura pp.209-231
  • War-Making and U.S. State Formation: Mobilization, Demobilization and the Inherent Ambiguities of Federalism
    Browne Susan M. pp.232-252
  • Politics Is Thicker Than Blood: Union and Confederate Veterans in the U.S. House of Representatives in the Late Nineteenth Century
    Bensel Richard F. pp.253-280
  • The Police Municipale and the Formation of the French State
    Zack Lizabeth pp.281-302
  • Domestic Militarization in a Transnational Perspective: Patriotic and Militaristic Youth Mobilization in France and Indochina, 1940-1945
    Raffin Anne pp.303-321
  • The Changing Nature of Warfare and the Absence of State-Building in West Africa
    Reno William pp.322-345
  • The Ghost of Vietnam: America Confronts the New World Disorder
    Roxborough Ian pp.346-386
  • Armed Forces, Coercive Monopolies and Changing Patterns of State Formation and Violence
    Pereira Anthony W. pp.387-408

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