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Chapter 15: On the Democratic Peace
15 On the democratic peace Sebastian Rosato 15.1 INTRODUCTION Democratic peace theory – the claim that democracies rarely fight one another because they share common norms of live-and-let-live and domestic institutions that constrain the recourse ...
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