Debating the Democratic Peace

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Michael E. Brown, Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Steven E. Miller
MIT Press, 1996 M05 10 - 414 páginas
Are democracies less likely to go to war than other kinds of states? This question is of tremendous importance in both academic and policy-making circles and one that has been debated by political scientists for years. The Clinton administration, in particular, has argued that the United States should endeavor to promote democracy around the world. This timely reader includes some of the most influential articles in the debate that have appeared in the journal International Security during the past two years, adding two seminal pieces published elsewhere to make a more balanced and complete collection, suitable for classroom use.

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Why Democratic Peace? Bruce Russett
80
The Insignificance of the Liberal Peace David E Spiro
235
On the Democratic Peace Christopher Layne
358
Reflections on the Liberal Peace and its Critics Michael W Doyle
364
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Michael E. Brown is Dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.

Sean M. Lynn-Jones is Editor of International Security, the International Security Program's quarterly journal. He is also series editor of the Belfer Center Studies in International Security, the Program's book series that is published by MIT Press.

Steven E. Miller is director of the International Security Program at the Belfer Center.

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