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Nelson, R. M. (2014). U.S.-Russian Economic Relations. CRS Insights, 7-6819. www.fas.org/sgp/crs/row/IN10119.pdf

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  • TITLE: Exploring Essentials for Keeping the Peace

    AUTHORS: Osagioduwa Eweka

    KEYWORDS: Peace, Conflict, Military Power, Democracy, Free Market

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.6 No.1, January 6, 2016

    ABSTRACT: In theory, three convenient approaches often applied to keep the peace are discernible in international relations. They are Military Power, Democracy, and Free Market. While the former is championed by realists, the latter two are postulated by political and economic liberalists, respectively. However, in practice, there is yet to be a consensus as to which of the approaches is the most practical. This study, thus, with the belief that descriptive accuracy is at the cost of analytical utility—and vice versa—utilises both descriptive and analytical methods to explore the essence of the trio in keeping the peace. The study, while hinging on the theories of realism and liberalism, concludes that Free Market, in spite of its limits, is most essential in the business, considering its productiveness and concreteness. Data for this study are sourced from extant literature.