Militarization is the way a country prepares its military and society to defend itself if it needs to. This includes organizing armies and naval fleets.
Militarization can scare some nations who fear war is approaching. Militarization during the late 19th and early 20th centuries brought upon World War I. Militarization didn't have as much an effect for starting World War II, as there was a policy of appeasement.
Militarization, Arms Race, Nationalism, and something else.
The lack of direct action to stop his militarization of the Rhineland.
It is 1 mile. It is called the de-militarization zone. no one can enter it r they will be shot at.
The question of Arctic militarization is so far away from any of Bahrain's serious foreign policy considerations that the Bahraini Foreign Ministry probably has no opinion on the events or facts concerning the issue. Bahrain is a Middle Eastern country with no real interests or ambitions outside of the Middle East and relations with major world powers.
Colonies allowed Europeans to gains raw material that could be used for trade and militarization. Colonization was the basis for imperialism.
One generalization about Napoleon's influence on Europe in 1812 was the militarization of the continent. He was a military threat that was taken seriously.
The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians destabilizes the region and results in increased militarization among nations.
For the arctic region - probably not a lot. It's a long way off. The ANTARCTIC region would probably be of greater interest to NZ.
M.C. Koop Berry has written: 'The internal and external manifestations of militarization in developing countries' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Military policy, Militarism
Militarization of each sides of the war. What got the U.S. into it was the sinking of the lusitania. it was a ship in England heading for th U.S. sunk by U-Boats i believe.
Itis a mile-long piece of land called the De-Militarization Zone, or the DMZ. There are troops from both countries on both sides. If you enter the DMZ, you will be shot.
Kenneth W. Grundy has written: 'The militarization of South African politics' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Political activity, Armed Forces, Politics andgovernment
Definatly the occupation of the Sudetenland because he used no military force, he simply gained it by fear.
Militarization has significantly impacted communities along the border where their. With the entry of the USA into World War II after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Once Hitler assumed control of the German parliament, he had wasted no time in violating some of the terms in the Treaty of Versailles such as the build-up of armed forces, and the re-militarization of Rhineland in 1936.
He was assassinated, along with his wife by Serbians while visiting Sarajevo (Bosnia, but annexed by Austria-Hungary) on June 28, 1914. His death triggered the outbreak of World War I, after decades of mounting militarization in Europe.
There were many causes of the political instability that led to World War II. Among them were the heavy debt of the German nation, the Great Depression, the hatred of the Jews, and the militarization of the Rhineland.
It came to a point that he supported the bomb. He indeed fled Germany when he saw the militarization in that country. Most of the Jews who did not fled Germany were patriots from the first war. When their eyes were opened, it was too late.
I have friends that are police officers and I don't think that they feel a militarization happening on the force. I don't believe that we will ever fight a civil war against our police forces.
Absolutely not. There is a mile between the two countries called the "De-Militarization Zone", also called the DMZ, which seperates the two. Both countries have troops on either side, and if you go in the DMZ (without proper authorization), you will be shot.
Nothing! India, like Pakistan is incapable of instigating a war; lest the find themselves on the receiving end of Nuclear weapons. They will grow and maintain the status quo on the borders in Kashmir. The real question is what will Pakistan do, as a response to India Militarization?
A reason for that would be because, the Soviets were busy with militarization (mobilizing of troops) so they needed the british and US to attack so they had time to sneak up on Germany from behind. Also known as a 3 pronged attack
The treaty was signed on March 26, 1979. The war had been going on, more or less, since 1948. Among the provision of the treaty was the De-militarization of the Sinai peninsula which the Israelis had captured in the 6-day war of 1967.