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Civil Military Relations in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic by Samson Ajagbe

By Samson Ajagbe

Master's Thesis from the 12 months 2009 within the topic Sociology - struggle and Peace, army, grade: 1.8, collage of Freiburg (Institute of Sociology (Germany)/ college of Social technological know-how (South Africa)), path: worldwide stories Programme (GSP), language: English, summary: The virtues of democracy being promoted via the West in such a lot of rising democracies are faced through demanding situations that are unusual to every of those transiting international locations. The peculiarity of Nigeria’s transition lies within the improvised nature of the political approach. This challenged the fundamental rules of democratic method. Being previously a praetorian nation, consolidation of Nigeria nascent democracy is accordingly tied to the connection among the civilian authority and army establishment. This examine is a learn of civilmilitary relatives within the context of transition and democratization. The unique civilian regulate of the defense force in transitional democracy is empirically now not appropriate, really in Nigeria the place the army nonetheless enjoys its negotiated prerogatives in the course of the transition from authoritarian rule. The position of defense force within the kingdom democratisation therefore defines their dating with civilian authority. problems with civil-military family members are investigated below the original nature of the put up authoritarian political styles in Nigeria.

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