10:20:10 Notes

10:20:10 Notes - Security Notes 20 October 2010 Notes The...

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Security Notes 20 October 2010 Notes The Democratic Peace The Perpetual Peace (Kant) “Utopian sketch” of a world of states at peace Republican governments (not democratic) Federation of free states (not world government) Freedom of hospitality (not immigration) Form of anarchism, i.e., peace does not require the subordination of individuals to a higher authority he believes states will just behave because of their constitutions implies at least two types of anarchy The fact of democratic peace democratic states have (almost) never gone to war with each other democratic states have rarely had serious militarized disputes with each other Democratic states have (almost) always been on the same side in the world’s major wars democratic states have fought many wars against authoritarian states the challenge of democratic peace democratic states are similar in a great many respects: which are important? things that are associated with democracy
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