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by compromise/nonviolent tactics - respecting rights of opponents. 2. The more stable a democracy - the more norms govern behavior. Violent conflict between democracies and non democracies is more frequent bc: 1. In non-democ decisionmakers use (and possibly expect) violence/threats to resolve conflict. 2. Democ may use non democ norms to deal with non-democ to avoid exploitation. Structural/Institutional Model Checks and balances Balance of power Leaders of other states will see democ as constrained. Also leads into non-democ seeing them as constrained - ask for more concessions, may ‘attack’ because of this. Russet Ch. 1 (add some more to this if you can.. It wasn’t my favorite read..) Int’l system = anarchy, no overarching authority UN founded Interstate war:large scale institutionally organized lethal violence -- 1,000+ battle casualties. Causes for this: ‘accident’ - ex: planes downed crossing border deliberate actions not sanctioned by authorities (border incidents) limited, local military actions not meant to be large scale. deliberate military actions, usually to a smaller/weak adversary. Many casualties due to weakness
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Crawford - Just War Theory Jus ad bellum- right to war Jus in bello- limits to acceptable wartime just war theory does not provide a checklist of do’s and don’ts Kapstein 1999 Distributive Justice Read the conclusions if worse comes to worst Singer 1972 ‘suffering and death from lack of food, shelter, and medical care are bad’. if you have to sacrifice yourself to save others - that is a problem you MUST share with others Hardin 1974 argues that food banks are bad people have no incentive to manage food resources the less provident and able to multiply at the expense of the abler and more provident - bringing eventual ruin upon all his can be seen in California with the Mexican population (this is class notes, I am not trump.+)
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