Armed Forces

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Armed Forces

Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces in U.S. Constitutional Law

A list of entries related to Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces may be found, under the Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces subject group, in the United States constitutional law platform of the American legal encyclopedia.

Armed Forces

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on armed forces explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here.

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See Also

  • Defense

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Further Reading

  • The entry “armed forces” in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (currently, the Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law, 2009), Oxford University Press

Hierarchical Display of Armed forces

International Relations > Defence
Politics > Political framework > Political system > Military regime
International Relations > International security > International conflict > War
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU Military Committee
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU-NATO cooperation
International Relations > Defence > Defence policy > European defence policy > Rapid reaction force
Social Questions > Construction and town planning > Town planning > Community facilities > Cemetery > Military cemetery

Armed forces

Concept of Armed forces

See the dictionary definition of Armed forces.

Characteristics of Armed forces

Resources

Translation of Armed forces

Thesaurus of Armed forces

International Relations > Defence > Armed forces
Politics > Political framework > Political system > Military regime > Armed forces
International Relations > International security > International conflict > War > Armed forces
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU Military Committee > Armed forces
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU-NATO cooperation > Armed forces
International Relations > Defence > Defence policy > European defence policy > Rapid reaction force > Armed forces
Social Questions > Construction and town planning > Town planning > Community facilities > Cemetery > Military cemetery > Armed forces

See also

  • Armed services
  • Legion
  • Military
  • Militia

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