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Unformatted text preview: o Makes the bargaining range much smaller More likely to have war Is the culture combative? o Hawk vs. Dove o Doves Bargaining rage is huge Really do not want war o Hawk Bargaining range is very small They are willing to go to war Democratic Institutions and War Less likely to go to war Leaders are accountable Takes a long time, more chance for bargaining More voice of the people Promotion of negotiation Transparency o Better allows resolution of information o Less likely for war Democracies are just as likely to go to war with non-democracies o Demands of non-democracies not always seen as legitimate o Dictators can partake in riskier behavior Not accountable o Lack of transparency...
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- Fall '08
- Political Science