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阿拉伯国家军政关系研究——以埃及、伊拉克、也门、黎巴嫩等共和制国家为例 国际问题类;专著;国际政治学;军事学;伊拉克;黎巴嫩;也门民主人民共和国;埃及

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朱泉钢   社会科学文献出版社  2020-06 出版
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本书以埃及、伊拉克、也门和黎巴嫩为主要案例,考察阿拉伯国家军政关系演变的轨迹和动力,分析阿拉伯国家军政关系的类型和特征。本书纠正了“阿拉伯军队作用消极化”和“阿拉伯文官作用理想化”的片面论断,驳斥了一些西方学者在军政关系问题上宣扬的“西方经验普世化”的论调,强调应辩证地、历史地看待阿拉伯国家军队的作用。在此基础上,本书剖析了阿拉伯国家军政关系的多变性和多样性特征,进而探究了军政关系对阿拉伯国家政治发展的影响,揭示了阿拉伯国家军政关系的未来走向。
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  • 充分发挥智库作用 助力中非友好合作
  • 序一
  • 序二
  • 导论
    1. 第一节 研究问题的缘起
    2. 第二节 阿拉伯共和制国家军政关系问题的研究现状
    3. 第三节 军政关系诸概念的界定及其衡量指标
    4. 第四节 研究方法和结构安排
  • 第一章 阿拉伯共和制国家军政关系的形成和演变
    1. 第一节 军事政变及军政府的建立
    2. 第二节 政府控制军队能力的增强及其驱动因素
    3. 第三节 中东变局以来阿拉伯共和制国家军政关系新变化
  • 第二章 埃及共和国军政关系的演变
    1. 第一节 纳赛尔时期的军政关系
    2. 第二节 萨达特—穆巴拉克时期的军政关系
    3. 第三节 后穆巴拉克时期的军政关系
  • 第三章 伊拉克共和国军政关系的演变
    1. 第一节 军事政变与军政府时期的军政关系
    2. 第二节 复兴党时期的军政关系
    3. 第三节 后萨达姆时期的军政关系
  • 第四章 也门共和国军政关系的演变
    1. 第一节 也门现代军队的建立与九月革命
    2. 第二节 也门共和国前期的军政关系(1962~1978年)
    3. 第三节 南也门的军政关系(1967~1990年)
    4. 第四节 萨利赫当政时的“部落—军队—商人复合体”
    5. 第五节 后萨利赫时期的也门军政关系
  • 第五章 黎巴嫩共和国军政关系的演变
    1. 第一节 文官控制军队制度的确立
    2. 第二节 文官控制军队制度的维持
    3. 第三节 内战结束以来的军政关系变化
  • 第六章 阿拉伯共和制国家军政关系的类型和特征
    1. 第一节 军政关系演变的方式
    2. 第二节 军政关系的类型和特征
    3. 第三节 变更军政关系的主体及政府控制军队的策略
  • 第七章 军队在阿拉伯剧变中的行为选择
    1. 第一节 军队在阿拉伯剧变中的行为选择比较
    2. 第二节 阿尔及利亚军队在2018~2019年民众抗议中的行为选择
    3. 第三节 军队在民众抗议中行为选择的解释
  • 结论
    1. 一 阿拉伯国家军政关系演变的特征和机理
    2. 二 阿拉伯国家军队的地位、作用和影响
    3. 三 阿拉伯国家军政关系变化走向和前景
  • 后记
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