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Democratic Peace Theory (DPT) asserts that democracies do not generally fight other democracies because they share common norms and domestic institutions that constrain international, state actors from going to war.... [tags: Democratic Peace Theory (DPT)] What Are the Causes of Ethnic Conflict? - The causes of ethnic conflict cannot be generalised to fit all incidents, as the conflicts in Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland demonstrate. By incorporating the earlier elements of this first section, the reader comes to a deeper understanding of what drives Metz and how he came to his conclusions, which will be expounded upon within the later sections of the book.

Pages: 363

Publisher: University of Texas Press (December 1, 2006)

ISBN: 0292714149

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