By Piki Ish-Shalom
Political theorist Piki Ish-Shalom sketches the origins and early educational improvement of the Democratic Peace Thesis. He then specializes in the ways that quite a few Democratic Peace Theories have been utilized by invoice Clinton and George W. Bush either to form and to justify U.S. international coverage, relatively the U.S. stance at the Israeli-Palestinian state of affairs and the battle in Iraq. within the end, Ish-Shalom boldly confronts the query of the way a lot accountability theoreticians needs to undergo for the political uses—and misuses—of their ideas.
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Democratic Peace: A Political Biography by Piki Ish-Shalom