Globalization and Peace : Assessing New Directions in the Study of Trade and Conflict *

  title={Globalization and Peace : Assessing New Directions in the Study of Trade and Conflict *},
  author={Katherine Barbieri and Gerald Schneider},
‘Globalization’ has largely superseded the term ‘economic interdependence’ to describe the rapidly growing links between nations, economies, and societies. The effects that the internationalization of the world system has on social equality, the environment, and economic growth are, however, still largely disputed. In this article, we discuss the literature that covers another intensively debated issue and which attempts to assess the relationship between trade and interstate conflict. Although… CONTINUE READING

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