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Bush as Commander-in-Chief (1 of 2)

Dr. Dale Herspring participated in the first panel of the Hauenstein Center's conference, "George W. Bush: Legacy & Lessons." The panel explored "Presidential Power and the Bush Presidency," and Fisher talked about "Bush as Commander-in-Chief." Dr. Dale Herspring is a University Distinguished Professor in the Political Science Department at Kansas State University. He is also a Visiting Professor to the University of Kansas. Dr. Herspring has published numerous books including The Pentagon and Presidential Authority, Civil-Military Relations from Franklin Roosevelt to George W. Bush (2005), Putin's Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain (2004), Soldiers, Commissars and Chaplains, From Cromwell to the Present (2001), Requiem for an Army: The Demise of the East German Military (1998), Requiem f?r eine Armee; Das Ende der Nationalen Volksarmee der DDR (2000), Russian Civil-Military Relations; Past and Present (1996), The Soviet High Command; 1964-1989; Politics and Personalities (1990), The Soviet Union and Strategic Arms (1984), Civil-Military Relations in Communist Systems (1978), and East German Civil-Military Relations: The Impact of Technology (1973). Dr. Herspring has also had numerous articles published in many different journals which include European Security, Problems of Post-Communism, Communism and Post-Communist Studies, Demokratizatsiya, Armed Forces and Society, Diplomacy and Statecraft, Minerva, Wojsko i Wychowanie, Russia and Eurasia Armed Forces Review Annual, Studies in Comparative Communism, Orbis, Survival, Adelphi Papers, Slavic Review, Comparative Strategy, Soviet Foreign Policy, and Armed Forces and Society.
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