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The Resource Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate, edited by Tarak Barkawi, Mark Laffey

Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate, edited by Tarak Barkawi, Mark Laffey

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Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate
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Democracy, liberalism, and war
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rethinking the democratic peace debate
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edited by Tarak Barkawi, Mark Laffey
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eng
Summary
Commencing with Susan Sontag's line that "the only worthwhile answers are those that blow up the questions," ten contributions by UK and US academics critique the "democratic peace" (DP) prescription for inter-state peace of "just add liberal democracy." Contextualizing the DP literature historically and internationally, they call for reassessment of the complex inter-relationships among democracy, liberalism, and war in the global revolution; provide a table summarizing war and democracy by world order periods; and identify directions for future research. Based on US workshops in 1998 and 2000. Barkawi and Laffey are lecturers in international relations, the former at the U. of Wales, Aberystwyth and the latter at the U. of London.--
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  • Barkawi, Tarak
  • Laffey, Mark
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Critical security studies
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  • Democracy
  • Liberalism
  • War
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Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate, edited by Tarak Barkawi, Mark Laffey
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-227) and index
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Contents
Introduction: the international relations of democracy, liberalism, and war / Tarak Barkawi and Mark Laffey -- Realist spaces/liberal bellicosities: reading the democratic peace as world democratic theory / David L. Blaney -- State identity and interstate practices: the limits to democratic peace in south Asia / Himadeep Muppidi -- Democracy and ethnic war / Michael Mann -- Military professionalism and the democratic peace: how German is it? / Timothy R.W. Kubik -- War inside the free world: the democratic peace and the Cold War in the third world / Tarak Barkawi -- Warfare, security, and democracy in east Asia / Bruce Cumings -- Democracy, peace: what's not to love? / Mark Rupert -- Democracy and peace in the global revolution / Martin Shaw -- The international relations of democracy, liberalism, and war: directions for future research / Raymond Duvall and Jutta Weldes
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ocm46385966
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24 cm.
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viii, 237 pages
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9781555879556
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rdamedia
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(OCoLC)46385966
Label
Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate, edited by Tarak Barkawi, Mark Laffey
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-227) and index
Carrier category
volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: the international relations of democracy, liberalism, and war / Tarak Barkawi and Mark Laffey -- Realist spaces/liberal bellicosities: reading the democratic peace as world democratic theory / David L. Blaney -- State identity and interstate practices: the limits to democratic peace in south Asia / Himadeep Muppidi -- Democracy and ethnic war / Michael Mann -- Military professionalism and the democratic peace: how German is it? / Timothy R.W. Kubik -- War inside the free world: the democratic peace and the Cold War in the third world / Tarak Barkawi -- Warfare, security, and democracy in east Asia / Bruce Cumings -- Democracy, peace: what's not to love? / Mark Rupert -- Democracy and peace in the global revolution / Martin Shaw -- The international relations of democracy, liberalism, and war: directions for future research / Raymond Duvall and Jutta Weldes
Control code
ocm46385966
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 237 pages
Isbn
9781555879556
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)46385966

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