The sources of military change : culture, politics, technology



The sources of military change : culture, politics, technology

edited by Theo Farrell and Terry Terriff

(Making sense of global security)

Lynne Rienner, 2002

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-285) and index



In varying circumstances, military organizations around the world are undergoing major restructuring. This book explores why, and how, militaries change. The authors focus on a complex of three influencing factors - cultural norms, politics and new technology - offering a historical perspective of more than a century. Their analyses range from developing states to Russia, Britain, the US and NATO. Throughout, they reveal the manifold interactions between state and military, and also within both, as primary driving forces of change.


  • Part 1 Introduction: the sources of military change, T. Farrell, R. Terriff
  • military change in historical perspective, Black J. Part 2 Culture: the spread of western military models to Ottoman Turkey and Meiji Japan, Goldman, E. O.
  • world culture and the Irish army, 1922-1942, T. Farrell
  • US ideas and military change in NATO, T. Terriff. Part 3 Politics: the US military's ""two-front war"", 1963-1988, C.M. Cameron
  • US military responses to post-Cold War missions, D.D. Avant, H.J. Lebovic
  • post-Cold War change in the Russian military, J. Mathers. Part 4 New technology: the British army and the tank, J. Stone
  • creating a US military revolution, W. Owens
  • complexity and a midrange theory of networked militaries, C.C. Demchak
  • military change in the new millennium, T. Farrell, T. Terriff.

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