As of January 2020, The U.S. and Iran have walked back from the precipice of war. The recent escalation underscores the prevalence of militarism, especially here in the U.S.—and why the work of the Peace Science Digest in countering militarist
In the context of OECD countries over the time period of 2010-2016, militarism has an adverse impact on democracy over time.
The following analysis is from Volume 3, Issue 2 of the Peace Science Digest There are two primary ways countries finance their wars: through borrowing money or by taxing their citizens. Each of these finance options affects the economy differently,
In Colombia, opposition groups were granted increased access to political representation as part of the ongoing peace process--successfully reducing violence at the polls.
On April 4, 2018, Sierra Leone democratically elected its first president following years of civil war. Peace science shows how nonviolent civil resistance during government transition is important to the health and longevity of a democracy.
The following analysis is from Volume 1, Issue 5 of the Peace Science Digest This study analyzes the degree to which the United States uses their military to respond to threats to democracy, human rights abuses and
The Myth Wars are for peace & democracy Debunk Wars for democracy are unsuccessful. The US has a long history or invading and occupying others. War is more likely to happen when there is oil. Forcing democracies does not work.