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Just War, Democracy, Democratic Peace

Mark Evans

European Journal of Political Theory, Volume: 11, Issue: 2, Pages: 191 - 208

Swansea University Author: Mark Evans

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Recent polemical controversy over whether a just war can be fought in order to promote democracy has discouraged serious consideration of the relationship between principles in just war theory and the democratic ideal. This article seeks to uncover some dimensions of that relationship, contending th...

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Published in: European Journal of Political Theory
ISSN: 1474-8851
Published: European Journal of Political Theory 2012
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