Liberalism and Realism contributions to the War and Peace phenomenon [Institutional Affiliation] Liberalism and Realism contributions to the War and Peace phenomenon Introduction “The end of war is only seen by the dead”- Plato When Plato said that the end of war is only seen by the dead his quotes echoed the era of his time. War was frequent in ancient time in Greece. There was so much war that it might have been deemed as a necessity in few cases but a menace in others. From the time of Plato to the contemporary era of international relations and political science theorizing theorists and philosophers have been concerned primarily with exploring the nature of human beings its political and social role as well as means and ways of providing meaning to the life of human beings. Peace has been the core part to this thought and inquiry process to success in world politics. Cambridge: Perseus Books Group Owen J. M. (2000). Liberal peace liberal war: American politics and international security. Cornell University Press. Richmond O. (2008). Peace in international relations. Routledge. Richmond O. P. (2006). The problem of peace: understanding the ‘liberal peace’. Conflict Security & Development 6(3) 291-314. Sagan S. D. Waltz K. (2007) A Nuclear Iran: Promoting instability or courting disaster. Journal of International Affairs 60(2) pp.135-150. iis-db.stanford.edu/pubs/21918/Sagan_Nuclear_Iran.pdf Tadjbakhsh S. (Ed.). (2011). Rethinking the liberal peace: external models and local alternatives. Taylor & Francis. Thies C. G. (2015). War and peace. Routledge Handbook of Latin American Security 113. Waltz K. N. (2001) Man State and War. (Rev. Ed) New York: Columbia University Press Waltz K. Sagan S. D. (2010) The Great Debate: Is Nuclear Zero the best option? Retrieved on 13th of December 2011 from nationalinterest.org Williams A. (2006) Liberalism and War: The victors and the vanquished. New York: Routledge [...]
The paper should be a theoretical analysis(100% theoretical), that deeply discussing the following topic; "Liberalism and Realism contributions to the War and Peace phenomenon." An analytical paper discussing and comparing realism and liberality scholars responses to the concept of war and peace. Kindly note that: 1. There will not be a space for case studies on this paper. Just theories and analysis. 2. This paper will go through plagiarism test on the university lab. 3. It should be no less than 5000 words without the references. 4. Finally, references Must be academic and no less than 25 resources.