Do democracies go to war?

Do democracies go to war?

The post contains two asighnments

1 Do democracies go to war?

2 china and united kingdom child art education

Asighnment 1

Do democracies go to war? Unpack this theoretically and use case examples to support (and critique) your argument.

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This topic is an International Relations and must use many IR theories and critical thinking, you can follow these to know how the essay should be; A.) Asking probing
questions (including of the existing theories or ideas within a body of literature or a single argument/text)
B.) Evaluating arguments (and the metrics used within those arguments; are there any assumptions that are being made; are the premises being put forward valid – do
they fit the evidence (see below))
C.) Questions about evidence: does the evidence support the argument (or to the degree to which an author or school of thought suggests it does? Are there counter-
examples or new evidence that might invalidate an argument or challenge part of it? If so, what are the implications of this for that theory/argument/text?), i will
provide a reading list and PLEASE ONLY USE SOURCES FROM THE READING LIST I PROVIDE. Please keep the essay clear with not many big words. Dafoe, Allan, John R. Oneal,
and Bruce Russett. The democratic peace: Weighing
the evidence and cautious inference. International Studies Quarterly 57, no. 1
(2013): 201-214.
Rosato, Sebastian. The Flawed Logic of Democratic Peace Theory. American
Political Science Review 97, no. 04 (2003): 585-602.
Gartzke, Erik. The Capitalist Peace. American Journal of Political Science 51, no.
1 (2007): 166-91.

Brown, Michael E., Sean M. Lynn-Jones, and Steven E. Miller. Debating the Democratic Peace. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 1996.
Held, David. Democracy and the Global Order: From the Modern State to Cosmopolitan Governance. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 1995. (Parts I & V)
Gartzke, Erik. “Kant We All Just Get Along? Opportunity, Willingness, and the Origins of the Democratic Peace.” American Journal of Political Science (1998): 1-27.
Mansfield, E.D., and J. Snyder. ‘Democratization and the Danger of War’. International Security Vol.20, No.1, 2005.
Ray, James Lee ‘Does Democracy Cause Peace’, Annual Review of Political Science; Vol. 1 Issue 1, 1998.
Russett, Bruce, Christopher Layne, David E. Spiro, and Michael W. Doyle. “The democratic peace.” International Security 19, no. 4 (1995): 164-184.
Weisiger, Alex, and Erik Gartzke. “Debating the Democratic Peace in the International System.” International Studies Quarterly (2016).

Asighnment 2

Education

Question:discuss and compare china and united kingdom child art education methods

3000 words proposal