The civilianisation of australian military lawThe civilianisation of australian military law
They instead argue that that recourse to the civilian courts and civilian processes of law by service members has the potential to undermine military culture and fragment the command structure and should, therefore, be restricted
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Japan\Japan's part in the outbreak of world war h it took Japan less than half a century to rise to power and become a major world player
I am going to argue that Japan's policies were shaped more by fear and a feeling of weakness, than by a confidence in its own military strength and its racial superiority, which has been the more accepted view among historians
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Politics and the First World WarPolitics and the First World War
Prussian King, Wilhelm I, that the aim of expelling Austria from the German Confederation had been achieved, and that it was unnecessary to go any further, indeed dangerous
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Lecture 9: conflict between japan and chinaLecture 9: conflict between japan and china
For those reading the lecture there is a glossary at the end of names and details given in bold in the text
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Review of Asian Studies the role of emperor hirohito in the pacific war 1941-1945: the views of the revisionistsReview of Asian Studies the role of emperor hirohito in the pacific war 1941-1945: the views of the revisionists
The role of emperor hirohito in the pacific war 1941-1945: the views of the revisionists
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Depression and Threats to International Peace and Collective Security: Manchuria 1931-3 and Abyssinia 1935-6Depression and Threats to International Peace and Collective Security: Manchuria 1931-3 and Abyssinia 1935-6
The Great Depression is the single greatest reason for the collapse of international peace
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Coup d’etats in Africa: The Emergence, Prevalence and EradicationCoup d’etats in Africa: The Emergence, Prevalence and Eradication
Rather, in a typical coup, a small group of politicians or generals arrest the incumbent leaders, seizes the national radio and television services
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Weimar Republic 191-1923Weimar Republic 191-1923
World War I, Germany established a republic. This democratic government was created so that the Germans might get a more lenient peace treaty from the Allies: England, France, and the United States
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Burma and the great awakeningBurma and the great awakening
Burma, a country that has been held in the grip of a brutal military dictatorship for 50 years. We explore the movement for democratic reform led by a remarkable woman named Aung San Suu Kyi
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The Paris Peace Conference: the aims of Clemenceau, Lloyd George and Woodrow Wilson: the Fourteen Points
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Political Islam and the State in Africa By Hussein Solomon and Gerrie Swart1Political Islam and the State in Africa By Hussein Solomon and Gerrie Swart1
Africa’s exceptional circumstances give rise to porous borders, places to hide in vast and expansive surroundings, opportunity for bribery and a ready aggrieved audience
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