The Military Are a Natural Part of South East Asian Politics

Their non-partisan nature makes them the most trusted actor to safeguard the revolution

Credit: thenounproject.com

In America — serving members of the military seldom endorse presidential candidates or engage in partisan politics. Many — even abstain from voting altogether during the duration of their service.

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