TITLE

The Military and SocietyBeyond the Postmodern Era

AUTHOR(S)
Williams, John Allen
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Orbis;Mar2008, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p199
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Abstract: The degree to which the international security environment had changed after the Cold War became evident with the attacks on September 11. As a result, military forces in the United States (and perhaps in the West generally) are evolving from their Cold War and immediate post-Cold War perspectives to confront transnational and subnational non-state dangers. These changes have significant implications for military professionalism and the relations between the military and society. They are explored through a modified �Postmodern Military� model, called here the �Hybrid� model.
ACCESSION #
31456585

 

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