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Governance of defence in Namibia

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Following the achievement of independence by most African countries between 1960–63, the continent witnessed several military coups or attempted coups. Nevertheless, with the end of the Cold War and pressure from Western countries and the US for the continent to democratise, African states have emerged from authoritarian rule. Consequently, most countries have considered it important for the power held by the armed forces to be utilised in a responsible way for the benefit of society (Nathan 1996: 1).

Related Subject(s): Democracy and Governance
Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: Namibia
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