In triangulating peace russett and oneal argue that democracy economic interdependence and international organizations together lead to peace and they prevent war and or conflict they reach this conclusion after a well studied statistical analysis that embraces all militarized inter state disputes from 1885 to 1994. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for triangulating peace democracy interdependence and international organizations the norton series in world politics by oneal john r russett brucedecember 18 2000 paperback at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. International relations of the asia pacific volume 1 2001 305 323 book reviews triangulating peace democracy interdependence and international organizations bruce russett and john r oneal new york ww norton 2001 393 pp isbn 039397684x triangulating peace exemplifies good scholarship and should be on the shelf. Triangulating peace tackles todays most provocative hypothesis in the field of international relations the democratic peace proposition drawing on ideas originally put forth by immanuel kant the authors argue that democracy economic interdependence and international mediation can successfully cooperate to significantly reduce the chances of war. Immanuel kant famously argued that peace could emerge among states once they shared three features representative democracy adherence to international law and organizations and advanced commercial integration in the postwar era these insights guided community building throughout the developed world now russett and oneal have provided the most comprehensive statistical analysis of this
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