How Leadership Affects Combat Compliance Discussion Paper

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Choose and answer one of the following prompts, using the formatting guidelines from the class Welcome Announcement for length and other requirements.

#1: Explain how domestic commitment has changed since 1500 (You must cite from lectures and Fromkin)

#2: Explain the combat contract and apply it to US military behavior in WWII (You must cite from lectures and Kindsvatter)

#3: How do domestic factors shape the ability of states to wage a war? (You must cite from lectures and Fromkin or Andrade)

#4: Explain how leadership affects combat compliance (You must cite from lectures and Kindsvatter)

#5: Explain the ability of small states to survive wars with major powers (You must cite from lectures and Fromkin)

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LEADERSHIP AND COMBAT COMPLIANCE

How Leadership Affects Combat Compliance
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Introduction
Most states use military forces selectively to enforce concession with particular
objectives or policies. Combat compliance encourages military participation by spelling out the
varying behaviors and responses of soldiers and individuals to the risks of warfare. In most
cases, this compliance is meant to reduce the intrinsic risk of death in combat scenarios. The
dilemma of combat compliance is usually posed when an enemy has an interest in warfare, yet
compliance increases the risk of demise or loss. Some individuals contribute to the variability of
combat compliance, such as soldiers and leaders. In addition, other factors such as compliance
continuum and cost and benefits associated with the combat contract affect the variability of
combat compliance. This essay will highlight the contribution of leadership to compliance
variability and how it affects combat compliance.
Effect of Political Leadership in Combat Compliance
War has been part of human existence throughout history, and most conflicts occur due to
power imbalance, violation of treaties and socio-economic factors. However, factors causing war
can be grouped into two, namely: structural and institution. Structural factors occur when there is
a competition of power between two states, and institutional factors occur when the institutional
frameworks interfere with the sovereignty of other countries (Kindsvatter, 2003). War is
influenced by political elements that require the involvement of political leaders in a country.
One of the roles of political leaders in combat is declaring a state of war before making any
moves to attack their enemies. Before engaging in war, the leaders must evaluate the effect of
declaring war by evaluating the benefits and costs of a combat attack. A leader who makes
irrational decisions about war puts his country at risk. For example, when a leader engages his
country in war despite the burden of cost, the move results into adverse effects since the cost

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exceeds the benefits. Therefore, leaders are critical in combat compliance since the rationality of
their decision affects the outcome.
Every time nations have to go to war, leaders have to come together and ma...


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