Liberalism (international relations)

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Liberalism is one of the main schools of international relations theory. Its roots lie in the broader liberal thought originating in the Enlightenment. The central issues that it seeks to address are the problems of achieving lasting peace and cooperation in international relations, and the various methods that could contribute to their achievement.

Broad areas of study within liberal international relations theory include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Democratic Peace Theory, Kevin Placek, Feb 18 2012
  2. ^ Democratic Peace Theory , Dan Reiter