Republican liberalism

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Republican liberalism is an international relations theory which claims that liberal democracies are more peaceful than other states. This is explained as a result of the existence of similar domestic political cultures, common moral values, economic cooperation and interdependence.[1]

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  1. ^ Jackson, Robert and Georg Sorensen (2006), Introduction to International Relations:theories and approaches, Oxford, OUP, 3ed, p111