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Triangulating Peace tackles today's most provocative hypothesis in the field of international relations: the democratic peace proposition. Drawing on ideas originally put forth by Immanuel Kant, the authors argue that democracy, economic interdependence, and international mediation can successfully cooperate to significantly reduce the chances of war.
Paperback, 394 pages
Published December 18th 2000 by W. W. Norton & Company
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This was good. Focused in classical IR theory, adds to the knowledge on the Democratic peace theory. I think something that was missing from this argument is the nature of state interactions going into bargaining. It makes a difference if states interact regularly and have trade. I feel that there is a certain amount of the explanation that is endogenous in the argument. Its hard to tell which of the components to democratic peace are causal and which are correlated.