Democratization and the Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy: Turkey in the 1974 Cyprus Crisis
Fiona B. Adamson examines the relationship between democratization and war through a study of Turkish foreign policy making during the 1974 Cyprus crisis. She finds that, contrary to the claims of the democratic peace literature, elections and increased popular participation did not facilitate but rather inhibited a peaceful resolution to the crisis.
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