A Politics of War? Critique of Liberalism

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The state's sovereign right to declare war and dispose of citizens' lives defines the political, distinguishing friend from foe. Liberalism's pluralist view of the state as an economic arbiter ignores this concept of the political and cannot effectively exercise the jus belli, refuting rather than forming political theory.
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