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A spokesman for the military junta, Zo Min Tun, was not available for comment on Wednesday.
 

[XNUMXth Reuters] – Myanmar's court under the military regime ruled on the XNUMXth that democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi (… → Continue reading

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    Military regime

    Military regime(Gunjiseiken,English: Military dictatorship)軍隊Form of governance that directly enforces politics[1].

    Overview

    In the principle of the modern state, the military is a coercive device that guarantees the existence of the national system,Parliamentary politicsIn the background, it is the premise that "political neutrality of the military" should be maintained.[1]..However, in reality, the military leadership (military elite) tends to occupy a politically important position.Recent developments in combat technology have created an integral interdependence between military and industrial technology, with the military elite.Business worldThe integration of leadership and high-ranking bureaucrats has progressed, so-called "Military industry complex"It has become[1]..As a result, the military elite's "political neutrality" is almost exclusively tatemae and will play an important political role.[1]..However, while parliamentary politics and party politics are stable, the political actions of the military elite are generally carried out in the shadows from the premise of parliamentary political principles.[1].

    However, when it became difficult to integrate the people and maintain order under the rule of parliament, the "political neutrality of the army"ideologyThe military may directly carry out political integration and order maintenance.This is the military government[1].. An example of a military elite playing a role in political integration with an ideological background of "military neutrality"Second World WarAfterFrance OfCharles de GaulleThere are some examples in Western Europe, such as the presidential inauguration speech.Western EuropeIs basically an exceptional form of governance[1].

    on the other hand,the 1950sIndependently from the colonyNation-stateStarted to form, "Third world""Developing countryIn the countries called, military regimes tend to be relatively prone.[1][2].Hideo Oda TheAfricaIn Africa, the factors behind the frequent political rise of the military in AfricaPresidential system,One-party systemSuch,CentralizationOfPolitical systemBecause there are manyCoup d'etatThere is a strong tendency for political changes to occur frequently, and the root cause is said to be political, economic, and social tensions due to rapid modernization and state construction.[2]..Another factor is the slow maturity of modern external social groups such as expert groups and interest groups.

    Traditional tribal conflicts and old in these countriesSovereign countryParliamentary politics tends to be corrupted due to ties with the military, and the military tends to become the most modern and centralized group in the society.[2]..In addition, the military elite tends to be sensitive to external relations due to the delay in armament, and the international sense is often relatively advanced in the society.[1][2]..The relative modernity of this military elite has created a tendency for military regimes to become commonplace in developing countries.[1][2].

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    1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "World Encyclopedia』(平凡 社) "Military government" item
    2. ^ a b c d e Shozo Akutsu Shohei Wada (eds.) "Ethnic Relations between Asante and Eve" "Ethnic Relations in Contemporary Africa" ​​Akashi Shoten 2001,ISBN 475031420X pp. 119-123.

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    References

    • Finer, SE 1969. The man on horseback: The role of the military in politics. London: Pall Mall Press.
    • Huntington, SP 1969. Political order in changing societies. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press.
      • Translated by Hideo Uchiyama, "Political Order Up and Down in a Changing Society," Simul Publishing, 1972
    • Janowitz, M. 1964. The military in the development of new nations. Chicago: Univ. Of Chicago Press.
    • Janowitz, M. 1977. Military institutions and coercion in developing nations. Chicago: Univ. Of Chicago Press.
    • Kennedy, G. 1974. The military in the third world. London: Duckworth.
    • Stepan, A. 1971. The military in politics: Changing patterns in Brazil. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press.
    • Stepan, A. 1988. Rethinking military politics: Brazil and the southern Cone. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press.

     

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