Despots, Democrats, and the Determinants of International Conflict download epub
by Martin Sherman
Throughout the book, Martin Sherman aims at constructing a 'model'
Throughout the book, Martin Sherman aims at constructing a 'model'. This attempt for model building can, and must, be criticized in terms of both the way in which it is constructed and its assumptions. First of all, the author not only employs hypothetical elements of the microeconomic theory (consumer choice, market structure et., but also he develops his study under strict ceteris paribus conditions. Moreover, as can be understood from the title -'Despots, Democrats and the Determinants of International Conflict'-, the author confines the focus of the study to conflictual situations in which there is a clash of interests.
The model's validity is illustrated across a broad range of historical examples, while its policy-oriented implications, are shown to have far-reaching consequences for conventional perceptions of democratic deterrence posture and the security dilemma.
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Martin Sherman lectures at Tel Aviv University and is the author of Despots, Democrats and the Determinants of International Conflict (St. Martin's, 1998). Israel's two most recent prime ministers have each endorsed a very different concept as to how the Middle East might one day attain peace