Armed Services in UK Law

  • Book Review: Martin Edmonds, Armed Services and Society (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1988, 226pp., £25.00)
    • No. 18-2, June 1989
    • Millennium: Journal of International Studies
  • SOLDIER, SAILOR, BEGGARMAN, THIEF: CRIME AND THE BRITISH ARMED SERVICES SINCE 1914 by CLIVE EMSLEY and BLACK MARKET BRITAIN, 1939–1955 by MARK ROODHOUSE
    • No. 40-3, September 2013
    • Journal of Law and Society
  • Impact of political-economy variables on cost growth in military weapon system contracts
    • No. 13-4, March 2013
    • Journal of Public Procurement
    • 516-538
    For decades, cost growth in major military weapon system programs has been problematic. The result is a multitude of studies documenting internally focused causes of Department of Defense (DoD) acq...
    ... ... President and Congress, and the liberal-conservative record of the Armed Services Committees. These political-economy constructs in both ... ...
  • Book Reviews
    • No. 43-4, December 1965
    • Public Administration
    Book review in this Article The Art of Judgment: A Study of Policy Making By Sir Geoffrey Vickers. The French Civil Service By R. Grégoire. The Image of the Civil Service By F. P. Kilpatrick, M. C...
    ... ... Armed Services Hy John C.Ries. Johns Hopkins Press. London: Oxford ... ...
  • The Revenue Support Grant A Betters Grants System?
    • No. 4-2, June 1989
    • Public Policy and Administration
    'A Council's powers to raise taxes locally, and the grant it gets from the National Government should be designed to ensure that the Council can provide adequate services. They should also be desig...
    ... ... designed to ensure that the Council can provide adequate services. They should also be designed to ensure that local electors know what the costs of their services are, so that armed with this knowledge they can influence the spending decisions of ... ...
  • Power politics: Armed non-state actors and the capture of public electricity in post-invasion Baghdad
    • No. 58-4, July 2021
    • Journal of Peace Research
    Scholars observe that armed non-state actors (NSAs) often provide social services to reinforce their popular support and legitimacy as guarantors of local order. On the other hand, NSAs usually fac...
    ... ... Department of Political Science, Stanford University Abstract Scholars observe that armed non-state actors (NSAs) often provide social services to reinforce their popular support and legitimacy as guarantors of local order. On the other hand, NSAs usually face funding constraints that make ... ...
  • Using Government Performance Management Data to Identify New Business Opportunities: Examples from Government Services Outsourcing in the United States
    • No. 70-1, March 2004
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    This article describes how the private sector can utilize government performance management data to identify business opportunities. Governments around the world today...
    ... ... Armed with this information, private sector businesses can readily identify markets for their goods and services. Introduction In the modern business ... ...
  • Assessing and addressing domestic abuse by Ex-armed service personnel
    • No. 65-2, June 2018
    • Probation Journal
    In the context that separate peer-led services are increasingly being developed to meet the needs of Ex-armed service personnel (Ex-asp) in the criminal justice system, we explore whether such serv...
    ... ... services are increasingly being developed to meet the needs of Ex-armed service personnel (Ex-asp) in the criminal justice system, we ... ...
  • Arms for education? External support and rebel social services
    • No. 58-4, July 2021
    • Journal of Peace Research
    How does foreign support for rebel groups affect rebel governance of civilians during armed conflict? Existing studies primarily examine the local and domestic politics of rebel rule, leaving the e...
    ... ... , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Abstract How does foreign support for rebel groups affect rebel governance of civilians during armed conflict? Existing studies primarily examine the local and domestic politics of rebel rule, leaving the effects of foreign intervention on rebel ... ...
  • Swedish Strategic Culture after 1945
    • No. 40-1, March 2005
    • Cooperation and Conflict
    • 0000
    ... ... On paper, Swedenmaintained an impressive number of armed forces (850,000 men aftermobilization), although at the end of the Cold ... of an ofcers professional identity, the competitionwith the other services will constitute an important factor.Although service rivalry could be seen ... ...
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