International Relations, Arguing That Economic Growth Has

@inproceedings{LindleyInternationalRA,
  title={International Relations, Arguing That Economic Growth Has},
  author={D. Lindley and Princeton and Paul F Diehl}
}
reduced the incentives for individuals and countries to choose the risky option of war. The next four chapters examine how economics have transformed specific countries or regions: the United States, the European Union, East Asia, and areas of poverty. The countries/regions are not compared systematically. This is not necessarily a problem, since the circumstances of each are different (e.g., the factors underlying European integration are fundamentally different from the economic development… CONTINUE READING