3 edition of The changing face of European conscription found in the catalog.
The changing face of European conscription
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Pertti Joenniemi.|
|LC Classifications||JC311 .C45614 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 179 p.|
|Number of Pages||179|
The Changing Face of European Identity: A Seven-Nation Study of (Supra)National Attachments Drawing upon systematic research using Q Methodology in seven countries in Europe, this volume presents results of the most extensive effort yet at cross-cultural, subjective assessment of national and supranational identity. The death of conscription. joining the growing numbers of western European countries to end conscription. Italy aims to have a professional army by , Portugal by and Spain by A revolution in military affairs means soldiers face increasingly demanding challenges and they must be highly trained in complex military technology.
Joenniemi, Pertti (ed) () The Changing Face of European Conscription, Aldershot: Ashgate. Annica (forthcoming) Gender, Sexuality and Post-national Militaries Jan Author: Lenita Freidenvall. The Transformation of Europe's Armed Forces should be read by all those with an interest in British and European defence policy and in the evolving relationship between armed forces and liberal democratic society.’ The Changing Face of Military Power. London: Palgrave. Du Picq Domestic Politics and the End of Conscription in France Cited by: A spokesman for the Cameron government told EurActiv UK: “Our position is crystal clear that defence is a national, not an EU responsibility and that there is no prospect of that position changing and no prospect of a European army.” There is NO consensus for a European army - more countries disagree with the idea than agree.
Statistically, according to one study, about 80% of European immigrants marry outside their own ethnic groups by the time they reach the third generation. Among Japanese Americans, at least in the Chicago area, the comparable figure is 15% in the second generation, 50% in the third. The Changing Face of War is the book that reveals the path that led to the impasse in Iraq, why powerful standing armies are now helpless against ill-equipped insurgents, and how the security of sovereign nations may be maintained in the future.4/5(9). The paper confirms conscription will be retained” (Oct. 24, ). Regarding this latest review of German security and defense policy, Associated Press concluded, “It amounts to another step away from the caution and isolation born of Germany’s World War ii legacy” (Oct. 25, ).
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