Does ‘the democratic peace thesis ‘mean that the idealist goal of peaceful world order is within reach’? A. The nature of the democratic peace thesis. B. How democratic peace works (i.e., the factors that stop democracies from going to war with each other). (e.g., see Bruce Russett’s chapter in the textbook and some of his other texts on the reading list, esp. his book, Grasping the Democratic Peace) C. How robust are those mechanisms? If all states become democracies, does that mean war will be a thing of the past? (e.g., see Fukuyama’s book The End of History and the Last Man for such an optimistic reading) D. You should also consider some of the alternative positions (e.g., Geis et al’s work on the ‘dark side’ of the democratic peace or Russett’s reappraisal of his earlier work in ‘Bushwacking the Democratic Peace’ or Snyder and Mansfield’s work on the war-prone nature of states transitioning to democracy – all of which argue that democracy or democratization can cause war.)
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