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“Ivy League colleges were not always on the other side of the military-civilian divide.”
“But Khaled Sayeh, the military-civilian liaison, offers an explanation that would be incendiary if true.”
“The view that the Pakistanis masses are illiterate and do not know what is right for them and given the choice would choose inefficient, corrupt and self-serving politicians is a view held deeply by the military-civilian establishment.”
“I don't know enough to form a view as to how accurate it is, and would like to know a lot more about how, if the argument that the Third Amendment's ban on “quartering” was seen as addressing something general about military-civilian enforcement relationships rather than something fairly specific about military intrusion into the home, this reading got so quickly forgotten.”
“In effect the soldiers have to decide whether Egypt is revisiting 1952, to create a supposedly better version of the hybrid military-civilian state that was set up by the Free Officers, or going back to the revolution of 1919, to renew the British-style parliamentary democracy that was created after that upheaval.”
“Here, Ackerman, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale, focuses on the transformation of military-civilian relationships and the need for reform.”
“And employers will learn ways they can help bridge the military-civilian divide and hire the New Greatest Generation.”
“They will have to make sure, that no hardships will befall upon the Christian population in Zabadani in order to show to the Arab world and the international community that they are a responsible military-civilian movement getting better ready than before to succeed the crumbling Alawite dictatorship.”
“Thus, if the university is indeed a harbinger of any kind, then for a campus that is a role model for military-civilian dialogue.”
“WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama rebuked his Afghanistan war commander for "poor judgment" Tuesday and considered whether to fire him in the most extraordinary airing of military-civilian tensions since Harry Truman stripped Gen. Douglas MacArthur of his command a half century ago.”
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