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    • Guinean President: Trusts Army Despite Assassination Attempt
      Alpha Conde told VOA that the army is undergoing changes and is now a 'republican army' under civilian control アルファコンデは、軍が変更を受け、現在は文民統制下にある。。u0026quot;共和国軍。。u0026quot;であることをVOAに語った

    • Pakistan: Marriage of inconvenience | Editorial
      Two armies, one American the other Pakistani, both performing dysfunctionally in this part of the world, need each otherIf ever an opportunity presented itself for a civilian government to claw back powers it has ceded to an army whose tentacles extend into every part of life in Pakistan, yesterday was the day. The army, and its premier spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI), were facing an unprecedented assault on their competence after the US raid on Abbottabad. Even talk show hosts, the secular mullahs of Pakistan, turned on them.How could Osama bin Laden's presence go undetected for six years in a garrison town that is home to three regimental headquarters and a military academy? How could US helicopters grab their quarry from underneath their noses? Hours before the army chief, Gen Ashfaq Kayani, was due to answer questions like these in a closed session of parliament, the Taliban put down a third amendment for debate: How is it the military failed to protect its own recruits, 66 of whom were among over 80 who died in two suicide bombings in Charsadda, north of Peshawar?Asserting the primacy of civilian control over a failing military is, however, the last thing on the mind of President Asif Zardari. If his period of office has taught us anything, it is that there is a world of difference between strengthening the democratic project and strengthening a civilian government's hand, as one commentator has observed.If the summit of the government's ambition is to see out a full term, then a chastened army becomes the ideal partner. One pretends to govern while the other pretends to protect. But nor is that an answer either. Being the chief of Pakistan's army is a balancing act. He heads an empire that has simultaneously threatene 両軍は、アメリカ人、他のパキスタン、世界のこの部分のdysfunctionally実行の両方、これまでの機会は、その触手の生活のあらゆる部分でに拡張軍に譲った力を取り返すには文民政府に自分自身を提示each otherIfを必要とするパキスタンは、昨日一日だった

    • Generals vow to hand power back to people
      CAIRO: Egypt's new military rulers swiftly reassured citizens and strategic allies alike of their commitment to civilian control and stability, but with ecstatic crowds still in the streets it was far from certain they had the vision or will to transform the Arab world's most populous nation into a vibrant democracy. カイロは:街頭で熱狂的な群衆まだとエジプトの新たな軍事支。迅速安心市民が似て文民統制と安定へのコミットメントの戦略的な同盟国、それがやビジョンを持って、特定のからにアラブ世界で最も人口の多い国を変換するためにします遠かった活気に満ちた民主主義

    • General McChrystal sacked for scathing remarks
      WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama ousted Gen. Stanley McChrystal as the top US commander in Afghanistan on Wednesday, saying that his scathing published remarks about administration officials undermine civilian control of the military... ワシントン - バラクオバマ大統領は水曜日に、アフガニスタンで米軍最高司令官として、その管理者についての彼の冷酷な公開されて発言が軍の文民統制を弱体化させるという将スタンレーMcChrystalを追放...

    • From the archive, 6 August 1914: Lord Kitchener to be Secretary for War
      Originally published in the Manchester Guardian on 6 August 1914It was officially announced last night that Field Marshal Lord Kitchener has been offered and has accepted the post of Secretary of State for War. The following statement was issued at 10, Downing Street, last night:—In consequence of the pressure of other duties the Prime Minister has been compelled to give up the office of Secretary of State for War. The King has approved of the appointment of Lord Kitchener as his successor.Lord Kitchener undertakes the duties of the office for the time being in view of the emergency created by the war and his post in Egypt will be kept open.A popular appointmentFROM OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENTLONDON, WEDNESDAY NIGHTThe report that Lord Kitchener would become Secretary for War has been current for some time, and it is known that the idea has been favourably entertained in Ministerial quarters.The circumstances are exceptional, and Lord Kitchener's appointment would only last during the course of the war. Even if this were not desirable from the point of view of the Government's interest in maintaining civil control, it would obviously be to the interests of Lord Kitchener himself, who could hardly wish to be embarrassed with the questions of home politics which will reassert themselves when peace has been obtained.Meantime his appointment as Secretary of State cannot fail to give the highest gratification to the mass of English people and to our allies on the Continent. It will also free the Prime Minister from an arduous part of the double duty which he has borne now for four months.Tomorrow afternoon a statement will have to be made on military affairs, because it is the intention of the Government to ask for a supplementary estimate for a quarter of a million addition もともとマンチェスターガーディアン6 8 1914Itで公開されては、正式に最後の夜、元帥キッチナー卿が提供されている戦争の国務長官のポストを受け入れて発表された

    • Michael Tomasky: McChrystal out, Petraeus in
      By the time it happened, the firing of Stanley McChrystal had largely been drained of drama. We knew this morning that he went to the White House, stayed a mere 30 minutes and left, suggesting that he would not be standing next to Obama at any microphones later that day.So when Obama finally did announce his sacking, it was expected. It was, as I finally came around to writing last night, the best move Obama had. From a constitutional perspective, Obama had to lay claim to the principle of civilian control over the military. And he had to show that he couldn't be rolled. He's let himself be rolled in the past. Now he's taken a heavy scalp, a hard one for a liberal Democrat to take. Maybe he'll develop a bit of a taste for it, and maybe it'll make his political opponents (and certain world leaders) take notice. That's not a reason that has anything to do with Afghanistan, but this is politics, after all, and as political reasons go, it's a damn good one.So he did the right thing, and it wasn't surprising. But then the Petraeus part really did surprise me. It's a technical demotion. It's back into the hellmouth after lately being based in Florida. It's the pressure cooker again. One can wonder how much he really wanted to do it. But when a president asks, a military man cannot say no. That's part of the deal.Here's the conventional wisdom via Politico:The choice of Petraeus also signals Obama's strong re-commitment of the Afghan strategy with a military icon whose popularity and credibility in this area is unquestioned. Now as the head of US Central Command in Tampa, Petraeus is in a position to slide into the job and pick up where McChrystal left off when he left Kabul abruptly last night. The choice means that Obama has prevailed over members of his cabinet and senior l それが起こった時には、スタンレーMcChrystalの発火は、主にドラマの排水されていた


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