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Kant or Cant: The Myth of the Democratic Peace

Kant or Cant: The Myth of the Democratic Peace,Christopher Layne

Kant or Cant: The Myth of the Democratic Peace   (Citations: 145)
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    • ...Thus, skeptics such as Thompson (1996) and Layne (1994) argue that the statistical correlation between democracy and peace in the democratic peace literature is spurious...

    Hyung Min Kimet al. THE RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MILITARY CONFLICT AND DEMOCRACY

    • ...This point addresses the persuasive argument by Layne (1994: 12) that the institutional version of the democratic peace should apply across the board...

    Patrick James. LEARNING FROM THE GREAT WAR? THE ORIGIN OF DEMOCRATIC PEACE

    • ...Finally, attempts have been made to systematically undermine and discredit the causal mechanisms proposed by advocates of a democratic peace phenomenon (Layne, 1994; Rosato, 2003)...

    Joseph Younget al. Cantankerous Cooperation: Democracies, Authoritarian Regimes, and the ...

    • ...Notable among these are the 1973 American covert action against the democratically-elected Salvador Allende government in Chile (Cohen, 1994), British support for the invading autocratic Arab states against democratic Israel in 1948–1949 (Cohen, 1994), the Franco-Belgian reoccupation of the Ruhr in 1923 (Layne, 1994), and several American covert operations against democratically-elected Third World governments during the Cold War (Forsythe, 1992)...

    Norrin M. Ripsman. Peacemaking and Democratic Peace Theory: Public Opinion as an Obstacle...

    • ...Realists (among others Layne, 1994; Russett et al., 1995) put forward external factors that cause such behavior...
    • ...In these camps differentiations are being proposed: on the domestic side, structural factors such as parliaments, checks and balances, public opinions, elites (Owen, 1994; Russett et al.,1995) or the media (van Belle, 1997) are responsible for the peaceful behavior, and on the normative side factors such as culture, democratic values or the media (Layne, 1994; van Belle 1997) are mentioned...
    • ...Another area of concern is the adequacy of Kant’s propositions in his philosophical sketch “Zum ewigen Frieden” (Layne, 1994; Robinson, 2001; Randall and Peceny, 2002)...

    Frank R. Pfetsch. Conflict Resolution by Democracies and Dictatorships: Are Democracies ...

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