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Thesis'This timely study advances the debate about democracies and war. Mello focuses not on why democracies don't fight each other but instead on the question of when democracies are likely to intervene abroad. He provides new and important insights [...]
Artikel op pagina: XII, 259 p. Tags: Democracy ; War ; Politics and war ; Intervention (International law) ; Kosovo War, 1998-1999--Participation, Foreign ; Afghan War, 2001--Participation, Foreign ; Iraq War, 2003-2011--Participation, Foreign Talen: Engels
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