Peace between Democracies
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25th 11 2012
Democracy is well known as the government of the people, for the people, and by the people. Democratic countries around the world are successful in the economy, and other social structures. This is because democratic are built in three virtues: peace, prosperity and freedom. These three elements offer a perfect condition to human kind. Where there is peace, development grows tremendously, and infrastructures are improved. Freedom contributes to the rights of citizens of a country. They thus exercise their rights without any fear of being condemned. These two, when exercised ...view middle of the document...
Freedom and peace to them is not only a key ingredient to their prosperity; it is an essential need in their everyday life. Where there is peace, there is the development and prosperity. The nation thus has a good future for its next generations to come. Freedom in the other hand is enjoyed if only there is peace; therefore, these two elements go hand in hand. Freedom gives people an opportunity to exercise their rights: in voting, freedom of expression e.t.c. Most importantly, democracy is a luxury a government of people cannot afford to lose.
Peace between democracies is achieved because they treat each other as individuals of the same family. If a threat, for instance, is made towards one democratic state, other democrats will treat it as a common threat. Thus, they will stand by each other and resist collectively. Democracies can bind up together in fighting tyranny. Democrats take the people opinion seriously and pay attention to its citizen’s point of view about the nation this is the total opposite with the tyrants. They oppress its people. To democrats, it is inhuman. Imperialist pressure between democracies is compact. This implies that it is hard for democracies to attack each other and also fear among them. Democracies are likeminded state. This explains why they have a good relationship amongst themselves.
Democracies bring more resources to bear when they fight (Reiter and Stam, 2002). These two authors totally concur with the statement in question. In international welfare, democracies do not have a peaceful state. Before initiating a war, however, it is when diplomacy has failed and force has to be used. When this occurs, it is seen as in the interest of the nation. This will cause people to support it government in...