The Military Uses of Ethnicity
Governments often use armies composed of multiple ethnic groups as an instrument of power. Though long neglected by political scientists, such armies are significant in the cohesion of nation states, as case studies of Malaysia, Yugoslavia, Lebanon, Britain, and Kenya demonstrate. From a paper presented at the Richardson Institute, London, 1975.
Millennium - Journal of International Studies
developing countries, ethnic groups, armed forces
Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology
Enloe, Cynthia, "The Military Uses of Ethnicity" (1975). International Development, Community, and Environment. 255.