Interstate conflict: recent findings and controversies

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Hatipoğlu, 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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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.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:conflict, militarized interstate dispute, international relations, trade, culture, democracy
Subjects:J Political Science > JZ International relations
ID Code:19210
Deposited By:Emre Hatipoğlu
Deposited On:22 Aug 2012 15:53
Last Modified:31 Jul 2019 11:15

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