, Volume 86, Number 2

Helen McCartney

The contemporary portrayal of British civil-military relations is bleak, with academics, politicians, the media and military charities arguing that military-societal relations are in urgent need of repair. Through assessing the extent to which the reciprocal expectations of the armed forces and the British public are realized, this article will argue that the moral contract, although under stress, is not breaking.

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