Democracy and Interstate War

@inproceedings{Doorenspleet2019DemocracyAI,
  title={Democracy and Interstate War},
  author={R. Doorenspleet},
  year={2019}
}
The study of democracy and interstate war is a flourishing theme in political science, particularly since the 1970s. However, there are four reasons why democracy does not cause peace, and why the empirical support for the popular idea of democratic peace is quite weak. Most statistical studies do not find a strong correlation between democracy and interstate war at the dyadic level, and they show that there are other—more powerful—explanations for war and peace, or even that the impact of… Expand

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