The Invisible Hand of Peace: Capitalism, the War Machine, and International Relations Theoryby Patrick J. McDonald
This book shows that the domestic institutions associated with capitalism have promoted peace between states over the past two centuries.See more details below
This book shows that the domestic institutions associated with capitalism have promoted peace between states over the past two centuries.
- Cambridge University Press
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Table of Contents
1. American grand strategy and the liberal peace; 2. Liberal international relations theory on war; 3. Releasing the invisible hand; 4. Liberal economic institutions and peace in the twentieth century; 5. Free trade and peace in the first era of globalization; 6. From rivalry to friendship; 7. The Achilles' heel of liberal international relations theory?; 8. Peace across the Taiwan Strait?; 9. The invisible hand or the ballot box?; 10. Capitalism and America's peaceful market power.
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