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itimacy under military rule: Myanmar - MCCARTHY - 2010 - Politics & Politics
For almost half a centurys Burma has been under either immediate or immediate warlordship. It combines historic and topical research into the source of legality on which the Myanmar Army was based during this period. On a number of separate issues, civilian riots have led to a return to the use of violence, followed by political concord.
In spite of the demand for a "disciplined democracy", the country's need for uniformity, instability and autonomy will continue to be key reasons for a powerful federal administration that demands the further existence of the army. For almost half a century Burma has been under direct or indirect force.
Civilian unrest has repeatedly led to a return to violence, followed by the offer of democratic concessions. Despite Burma's call for a "disciplined democracy," the country's need for unity, stability and independence will remain key arguments for a strong federal government in the future, which will require the continued presence of the military.
She is Stephen McCarthy, The limitations of civilian societies in militarized regime : proof from the Asia-Pacific, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69, 6, (711), (2015).