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Addressing decisionmaking over interstate disputes and the democratic peace thesis Choi and James build an interactive foreign policy decisionmaking model with a special emphasis on civilmilitary relations conscription diplomatic channels and media openness. Each is significant in explaining decisions over dispute involvement. The temporal scope is broad while the geographic scope is global. The result is sophisticated analysis of the causes of conflict and factors that can ameliorate it and a generalizable approach to the study of foreign relations. The findings that media openness contributes to peaceful resolution of disputes that the greater the influence of the military the more likely for their to be interstate disputes that conscription is likely to have the same effect and that increases in diplomatic interaction correlate with increased conflict are sure toIntroduction: Quadrangulating the Peace Democracy Peace and Other Things Foreign Policy DecisionMaking: A Process Model Research Design: A Look Beyond the Triangular Peace Accounting for Militarized Interstate Disputes Accounting for Militarized Interstate DisputeRelated Casualties Is the Pen Mightier Than the Sword? Conclusions and Policy Implica''Sound solid scholarship creatively exploring and extending research on a timely and timeless topic. Must reading for all students of democratic peace theory and its applicability to contemporary diplomatic practice.'/''' Charles W Kegley Pearce Professor of Internartional Relations University of South Carolina and President International Studies Association (19931994)'/'''A New Quest for International Peace carries the democratic peace research program in new and productive directions. Focusing on previously understudied causal mechanisms the authors find that dyads with low military influence over policy choices and with media that are free to operate without government controls are less likely to become involved in military disputes or suffer high fatalities. Because civilmilitary relations and media openness are susceptible to influence in a manner that deeper structural factors are not the findings provide practical policy guidelines to minimize the escalation of interstate conflicts and the results of this research should interest both scholars and policymakers.'/''' Stephen G. Walker Arizona State University'/'''A New Quest for International Peace by SeungWhan Choi and Patrick James presents a valuable literature review an original model and provocative ideas that extend and deepen our understanding of one of the pivotal concepts in International Relations the democratic peace. Their foreign policy decisionmaking model consists of four crucial factors that have been neglected in explanations of the link between regime type and the propensity to peace/war: civilmilitary relations military manpower systems diplomatic channels and media openness. The model is tested with a sophisticated research design over a long period of internationa

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