|LC Classifications||JX1952 .B825|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||62015951|
The first book-length treatment of the democratic peace. Lays out the normative and institutional explanations of the democratic peace and presents a variety of different forms of rigorous evidence demonstrating the dyadic democratic peace, including sophisticated analysis of post conflict behavior. Russett, Bruce, and John R. Oneal. The best books on Peace 1 The Iliad by Homer 2 The Art of Peace by Erasmus 3 Tales of Army Life by Leo Tolstoy 4 Beyond War by Douglas Fry 5 Confronting the Bomb by Lawrence Wittner. arguments was that worse books have been written, it can still the light of the day after those long nights in files and boxes. Where that unpublished MS was not alone, by the way. Its publication now coincides with the publication of another book, A theory of Peace, under . The Democratic Peace Theory was first articulated by German philosopher Immanuel Kant in his essay entitled “Perpetual Peace.”In this work, Kant argues that nations with constitutional republic governments are less likely to go to war because doing so requires the consent of the people—who would actually be fighting the war. While the kings and queens of monarchies can .
14 Gender and peace: towards a gender-inclusive, holistic perspective Tony Jenkins and Betty A. Reardon 15 Peace business: an introduction Jack Santa-Barbara 16 Peace Journalism Jake Lynch and Annabel McGoldrick 17 Peace psychology: theory and practice Antonella Sapio and Adriano Zamperini 18 Rethinking peace education Peace, like many theoretical terms, is difficult to define. Like happiness, harmony, justice, and freedom, peace is something we often recognize by its absence. Consequently, Johan Galtung, a founder of peace studies and peace research, has proposed the important distinction between “positive” and “negative” peace. peace, and security. The question often coincides with a section or subsection of the course, but it sometimes spans several topics. A few examples of possible topics include power transition theory, alliances and war, the democratic peace, the diversionary theory of war, the bargaining model of war. Read this book on Questia. Peace Theory: Preconditions of Disarmament by John W. Burton, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Peace Theory: Preconditions of Disarmament ().
Theories of War and Peace. Edited by Michael E. Brown, Owen R. Coté, Jr., Sean M. Lynn-Jones and Steven E. Miller. New approaches to understanding war and peace in the changing international system. In the theory of peace as freedom, peace is defined as, and in praxis is enlarged through, the equitable distribution of economic opportunities, political freedoms, social opportunities. Building upon grievance-based explanations of violent conflicts and conflict transformation research, this book develops a comprehensive positive peace framework that involves the early tackling of identity divisions (i.e. Fundamental Conflicts) through UN facilitated deliberative and dialogical processes at the track diplomacy level. Abstract This book brings together chapters by experts in the field of conflict, peace, security and development, and case studies of research by doctoral and masters students involved with.