This study examines the Democratic Peace Theory, questioning whether peace is maintained by the unwillingness of democratic nations to fight
This article addresses the long-assumed connection between civil war nations’ oil capacity and the likelihood of third-party intervention. The research
When people experience higher life opportunity, they become less willing to give their lives in service to their countries' wars.
When aware of nonviolent alternatives to war, people believe the price of war is too high and are less likely to tolerate casualties and to support wa
The Myth Wars are for peace & democracy Debunk Wars for democracy are unsuccessful. The US has a long history
The Myth War is the last resort Debunk People assume and expect that decisions to use force are made when