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Third, for liberals, states behave differently and are not homogenized by the international system either by being competed out of existence or socialized into structural strategies. Some liberals argue that liberal states are inherently respectful of international law. Others argue that liberal states are inherently peaceful, while authoritarians are inherently aggressive. And still others argue that liberals are peaceful, but only toward each other. Fourth, liberals agree with the realists that states exist under anarchy, but their anarchy is different.
Nor did he think that state interests can or should be deﬁned solely in terms of the rational pursuit of power, or of any other abstract or structurally determined model of political behaviour that reduces the variety of ends (‘security, honour, and self-interest’) or the signiﬁcance of differing polities that have characterized the political determination of policy. His work is also a great democratic tragedy, in which Athenian democracy, at the beginning a source of immense strength, 50 Among the recent contributions is Thomas Friedman's lightly argued McDonaldization thesis.
453 . And for a comparative discussion of the political foundations of Kant's ideas see Judith Shklar, Ordinary Vices (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1984) . 40 MICHAEL DOYLE deliberative, appears to slight the value of republican delay. Moreover, for the sake of equality and autonomy, Rousseau's democracy precludes the private ties of commerce and social interaction across borders that lead to both domestic diversity and transnational solidarity. These material ties sustain the transnational, or cosmopolitan, identity of individuals with each other that serves as the foundation of international respect, which in turn is the source of the spirit of international law that requires tolerance and peace among fellow constitutional democracies—while exacerbating conﬂict between constitutional democracies and all other states.