Interstate conflict: recent findings and controversies
Hatipoğlu, Mehmet Emre and Palmer, Glenn (2012) Interstate conflict: recent findings and controversies. Terrorism and Political Violence (SI), 24 (4). pp. 601-618. ISSN 0954-6553
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09546553.2012.700618
Two significant changes in the research on international conflict have occurred in the last couple of decades. First, the realist perspective has been challenged by a large body of re-search that investigates the impacts of domestic institutions and other liberal factors on inter-national conflict. Second, the emphasis on international conflict has moved from a focus on war to lower levels of conflict such as threats, displays or uses of force by one nation-state against another. This article will review the effect these recent developments have had on the study of democratic peace theory, trade and conflict, and cultural theories of war.
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