How Democracies Use Intervention: A Neglected Dimension in Studies of the Democratic Peace

@article{Kegley1996HowDU,
  title={How Democracies Use Intervention: A Neglected Dimension in Studies of the Democratic Peace},
  author={Charles W. Kegley and M. Hermann},
  journal={Journal of Peace Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={33},
  pages={309 - 322}
}
Confidence has grown in the finding that democracies do not wage war against one another. Two decades of empirical investigation that support this proposition, in conjunction with the recent expansion of the democratic community, have understandably inspired hope in the `democratic peace' envisioned by Immanuel Kant and Woodrow Wilson. This article collates three streams of previously unexamined evidence that speak to the promise of this hope. Looking cross-nationally at the incidence of overt… Expand
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