Democratic Peace Theory after Pulwama Incident
A Critical Appraisal
“The history of nature . . . begins with good, for it is God’s work; the history of freedom begins with badness, for it is man’s work.” ― Immanuel Kant,
The discipline of International Relations is an interesting field of study, largely (presumably) because of its clear-cut theories such as realism, liberalism, Marxism, and others. Democratic peace theory is a major strand of liberalism which states that modern democracies do not wage wars against one another due to their democratic institutions. These democratic institutions make a government inclusive, participative, accountable and responsive within the country, thus preventing it from resorting to wars against another democracy. This happens through the chain of public opinion and a rigorous process of procedure which bar the state from venturing into wars.
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