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Globalization and Armed Conflict

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ISBN-10: 0742518329

ISBN-13: 9780742518322

Edition: 2003

Authors: Gerald Schneider, Katherine Barbieri, Nils Petter Gleditsch, G�nther G. Schulze, Charles H. Anderton

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The contributors to this study show that the pacific effect of economic integration on a worldwide scale hinges on authentic democratic structures, the size of the global system, the nature of the trade in goods and a reduced influence of the military on political decision making processes.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/11/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

List of Figures and Tables
Competing Models of the Peace-Through-Globalization Hypothesis
Does Globalization Contribute to Peace? A Critical Survey of the Literature
Multilateral Interactions in the Trade-Conflict Model
When Do Relative Gains Impede Trade?
Extending the Multicountry Model of Trade and Conflict
The Domestic Roots of Commercial Liberalism: A Sector-Specific Approach
How Globalization Can Reduce International Conflict
Empirical Contributions
Assessing the Liberal Peace with Alternative Specifications: Trade Still Reduces Conflict
Modeling Dynamics in the Study of Conflict: A Comment on Oneal and Russett
Modeling Conflict While Studying Dynamics: A Response to Nathaniel Beck
The Trade and Conflict Debate: Exploring the Frontier
Development and the Liberal Peace: What Does It Take to Be a Trading State?
Institutions, Interdependence, and International Conflict
Globalization and Internal Conflict
The Trade-Disruption Hypothesis and the Liberal Economic Theory of Peace
Does War Disrupt Trade?
Globalization: Creative Destruction and the Prospect of a Capitalist Peace
About the Contributors