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Title:
Democracy, liberalism, and war : rethinking the democratic peace debate
Author:
Barkawi, Tarak.
ISBN:
9781555879556
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Boulder, Co. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001.
Physical Description:
viii, 237 p. ; 24 cm.
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Critical security studies
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Critical security studies
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This book challenges the way that the relationship of democracy, liberalism and war has been framed in terms of (outdated) assumptions about the state and the international system.


Table of Contents

Tarak Barkawi and Mark LaffeyDavid L. BlaneyHimadeep MuppidiMichael MannTimothy R.W. KubikTarak BarkawiBruce CumingsMark RupertMartin ShawRaymond Duvall and Jutta Weldes
Acknowledgmentsp. vii
1 Introduction: The International Relations of Democracy, Liberalism, and Warp. 1
2 Realist Spaces/Liberal Bellicosities: Reading the Democratic Peace as World Democratic Theoryp. 25
3 State Identity and Interstate Practices: The Limits to Democratic Peace in South Asiap. 45
4 Democracy and Ethnic Warp. 67
5 Military Professionalism and the Democratic Peace: How German Is It?p. 87
6 War Inside the Free World: The Democratic Peace and the Cold War in the Third Worldp. 107
7 Warfare, Security, and Democracy in East Asiap. 129
8 Democracy, Peace: What's Not to Love?p. 153
9 Democracy and Peace in the Global Revolutionp. 173
10 The International Relations of Democracy, Liberalism, and War: Directions for Future Researchp. 195
Bibliographyp. 209
The Contributorsp. 229
Indexp. 231
About the Bookp. 237
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