Study Cards on military, political, institutions
- Military is likely to only intervene in politics when it senses that the legitimacy of the existing institutions and the ruling elite is challenged, and when it calculates that its intervention is going to be successful (so almost never intervention in stable democratic culture).
- Degree to which the values, goals and interests of the armed forces differ from those of the broader regime. In newly independent developing states, military saw itself as modernizing force confronting a traditionalist, hierarchical political elite.
- International pressures can encourage military action.
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