Why democracies don't fight each other: democracy and integration
While a large and growing literature has emerged which investigates the impact of the expansion of democracy on foreign policy and international politics, much of it has been characterised by insufficient attention to theoretical and conceptual clarity. To address such problems, this essay is an exercise in concept clarification. Most importantly, this article stresses that the democratic peace is a subset of the processes and results of integration, that it fits within an integration...[Show more]
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