World Politics Question #13

For our consideration this week, I'd like us to turn Lieven and Hulsman's logic back on their own argument. The authors talk a great deal about the Great Capitalist Peace as a cornerstone of an ethical realist foreign policy. This raises the question: is the Great Capitalist Peace something feasible and achievable, or is that too one of those unreachable ideals that can never be actually achieved?

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