Research Publications for Daniel G Zirker
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Zirker, D. (2019). Conclusions on the military and society in the former Eastern Bloc [Reprint]. In C. Danopoulos, & D. Zirker (Eds.), The Military and Society in the Former Eastern Bloc (pp. 213-218). doi:10.4324/9780429312786-12
Isakovic, Z., & Zirker, D. (2019). In search of identity: Civil-Military relations and nationhood in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)* [Reprint]. In Civil-Military Relations in the Soviet and Yugoslav Successor States (pp. 175-194). doi:10.4324/9780429046780-10
Zirker, D. (2019). The preservation of civilian rule in Tanzania [Reprint]. In Civilian Rule in the Developing World: Democracy on the March? (pp. 107-138). doi:10.4324/9780429046261-6
Zirker, D., & Waisman, C. (2018). Argentina and Brazil: Contrasting the impacts of populism and social democracy on military institutions. In 25th IPSA World Congress of Political Science. Conference held at Brisbane, Australia.
Zirker, D. (2018). An active-passive-negative president? Donald J. Trump and the unwinding of behavioural analyses of the US Presidency. In New Zealand Political Science Association Conference (NZPSA). Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.
Zirker, D. (2018). Bureaucracy and development in the Brazilian northeast, 1880-1964 [Reprint]. In Handbook of Bureaucracy (pp. 517-532). doi:10.4324/9781315093291-33
Zirker, D. (2018). An active-passive-positive-negative president? Donald J. Trump and the unwinding of behavioural analyses of the US Presidency Series. In Political Science and Public Policy Programmes Public Seminar Series, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Zirker, D. (2018). An active-passive-negative president? Donald J. Trump and the unwinding of behavioural analyses of the US Presidency. In Spectrum Club, Rotorua, New Zealand.