Assessing the Dyadic Nature of the Democratic Peace

@inproceedings{Rousseau1996AssessingTD,
  title={Assessing the Dyadic Nature of the Democratic Peace},
  author={David L. Rousseau and Christopher F. Gelpi and Dan Reiter and Paul K. Huth},
  year={1996}
}
The literature on the democratic peace has emerged from two empirical claims: (1) Democracies are unlikely to conflict with one another, and (2) democracies are as prone to conflict with nondemocracies as nondemocracies are with one another. Together these assertions imply that the democratic peace is a dyadic phenomenon. There is strong support for the first observation, but much recent scholarship contravenes the second. This paper assesses whether the democratic peace is a purely dyadic, a… CONTINUE READING

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