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Le Rôle Social de L'officier
Author: Hubert Lyautey, Editions Editions AOJB
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1532801548
Pages: 36
Year: 2016-04-18
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A l'heure où la question du sevice national revient dans le débat public, il n'est pas inutile de relire ce texte admirable du Maréchal Lyautey.
Le Rôle social de l'officier
Author: Maxime Weygand
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Pages: 57
Year: 1935
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Le Rôle social de l'officier...
Author: Louis Hubert Gonzalve Lyautey
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Pages: 143
Year: 1985
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Du role social de l'officier
Author: Louis Hubert Gonzalve Lyautey
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Pages: 111
Year: 1946
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Conférences sur le rôle social de l'officier, faites en 1901 aux élèves de l'École spéciale militaire
Author: Charles Ebener (Commandant.)
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Pages: 74
Year: 1903
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Genèse de l'État mandataire
Author: Jean-David Mizrahi
Publisher: Publications de la Sorbonne
ISBN: 2859443967
Pages: 462
Year: 2003
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" Zone tribale du Nord-Yémen ", " zone tribale de l'Ouest pakistanais ", voilà bien des expressions qui reviennent dans l'actualité pour désigner des régions de confins farouchement réfractaires à l'imposition d'un nouvel ordre politique. Dès la fin du XIXe et au début du XXe siècle, les États européens, emportés dans leur mouvement d'expansion outre-mer, vinrent buter, en périphérie, sur ce type d'espace en quelque sorte interstitiel des relations internationales contemporaines. Dans ces zones où les agents traditionnels de la vie diplomatique pénétraient peu, ou mal, une expertise particulière, celle du renseignement et des agences de sécurité, parut s imposer. Lorsque la France coloniale s'implante en Syrie et au Liban, au lendemain de la Première Guerre mondiale, elle doit précisément faire face à ce type de résistance, où se combinent turbulences tribales, désordres sociaux et effervescence identitaire. La lutte qui s'engage alors entre bandes armées locales d'une part, et Service des Renseignements de l'armée française de l'autre, dépasse, et de loin, le face-à-face purement martial, mais renvoie à un choc des violences, sociale et guerrière d'un côté, étatique et militaire de l'autre, dont il n'est pas sûr que la leçon ne vaille qu'au passé.
La Réforme sociale
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Year: 1894
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French Modern
Author: Paul Rabinow
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226701743
Pages: 454
Year: 1995-12-01
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In this study of space and power and knowledge in France from the 1830s through the 1930s, Rabinow uses the tools of anthropology, philosophy, and cultural criticism to examine how social environment was perceived and described. Ranging from epidemiology to the layout of colonial cities, he shows how modernity was revealed in urban planning, architecture, health and welfare administration, and social legislation.
Études sociales
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Year: 1908
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Etudes Sociales
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Year: 1908
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Revue d'ëconomie sociale et rurale
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Year: 1908
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The Military and Conflict Between Cultures
Author: James C. Bradford
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 0890967431
Pages: 236
Year: 1997
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For centuries Western military theory and practice focused on wars conducted in Europe among Europeans. Wars between the European powers and other peoples were thought to be unimportant by students of military affairs, and wars between non-Europeans were viewed as distant and irrelevant. Attention was focused on Great Power confrontations, and the many "little" wars fought throughout the globe were ignored or given short attention. As the twenty-first century approaches and the threat of war between the superpowers declines, our attention is drawn to conflicts between nations or ethnic groups with vastly different cultures. The United States, the last superpower, is divided in its motives to maintain its giant Cold War military structure or to create a new world police force that will react to and influence the outcome of intercultural conflict. Brought together by James C. Bradford, these essays by prominent military historians cover three thousand years and five continents in treating various examples of intercultural interaction. In his introduction, Roger Beaumont traces the evolution from Great Power conflicts to multinational and intercultural wars and examines in general terms the cross-cultural dimensions of warfare that have been heretofore largely ignored by military historians. The first two essays look at examples of intercultural cooperation in warfare. John F. Guilmartin, Jr., describes the use of diverse cultural elements in armies from Xenophon's Persians to the Hessians of the American Revolution. In a similar vein, Dennis Showalter examines the transference of European forms of warfare by regional military groups. Along the military frontier of the American West, Robert M. Utley finds classic examples of simple cultures at odds with a technologically complex one. John W. Bailey presents the diverse styles of American commanders in the post–Civil War West and deals with the dichotomy between civilizing mission and uncivilized methods. Richard W. Slatta reveals patterns in Argentina's military and cultural subjection of its Indians and gauchos over three centuries. Douglas Porch studies the strategy and tactics employed by France in its conquest of northwestern Africa. Carol Morris Petillo examines the American involvement in the Philippines, arguing that a half-century of military imperialism was a shaping experience for a new generation of military professionals. Finally, Robin Higham closes the book with a wide-ranging and impressionistic essay on intercultural command. Scholars of military history as well as the layperson interested in cross-cultural issues and the study of warfare will find The Military and Conflict between Cultures to be a thought provoking collection of essays on an important topic--one which has become increasingly significant in the post–Cold War era
La position sociale de l'officier rwandais
Author: Claude Mutabazi
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Pages: 128
Year: 1987
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Les chantiers de la paix sociale
Author: Yves Cohen
Publisher: ENS Editions
ISBN: 2902126166
Pages: 335
Year: 1995-01-01
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