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cosmopolitanism

cosmopolitanism  

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The philosophical idea that human beings have equal moral and political obligations to each other based solely on their humanity, without reference to state citizenship, national identity, religious ...
Democratization and Peacebuilding

Democratization and Peacebuilding  

A set of issues with significant implications for international policy-making concerns the role of democracy in preventing and ending civil wars. To discuss it productively requires first a ...
Globalization and Peace Issues

Globalization and Peace Issues  

The term globalization emerged in the last quarter of the twentieth century as a popular description of trends, patterns, and processes purportedly reshaping economic, political, and social life ...
Organizations, Rise of International

Organizations, Rise of International  

The term “international organization” implies two combined challenges: the quest for the best way to organize the relations between nations (international organization as a process), and the quest ...
Origins and Prognoses of Interstate War

Origins and Prognoses of Interstate War  

Historical records show that war and peace have existed as long as there have been political communities; and interstate war and peace (as intervals between wars) have existed as long ...
Pacifism, Critical

Pacifism, Critical  

All pacifists are critical of the use of violence. Most pacifists reject all violence as morally wrong both in their personal life and in social, national, and international affairs. They ...
Violent Conflict and Overreaction

Violent Conflict and Overreaction  

To a very substantial degree, war—particularly civil war—is a function of the extent to which inadequate governments engage in overreactive policies designed to quell disturbances that are initially ...

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