The Democratic Peace Principle is both a well-documented and a heavily scrutinized element of International Relations theory. My research aims to further analyze the principle to determine more precise conditions under which conflict can arise between democratic states. More specifically, my research analyzes the amount of conflict between democratic states of differing military and economic capabilities in order to see if such dyads have different dynamics than dyads with comparable military and economic might. If there are differing degrees of the democratic peace based on factors such as military and economic strength, this could indicate where future wars between democratic states would arise.
Farmer, James W. and Scalera, Jamie E.
"Are There Cracks In The Democratic Peace?,"
Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/papersandpubs/vol3/iss1/7
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