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The battle deaths of peace time: Macro-political, -economic and –social causes of suicides (2018)
Journal Article
Beyer, C. (in press). The battle deaths of peace time: Macro-political, -economic and –social causes of suicides. Social Sciences,

The study of voluntary death (suicide) is not yet developed at the international level. The human security approach allows for the inclusion of suicides as a topic of concern in International Relations, as as many people die from suicide per year as... Read More

War, population growth, inequality, and the history of the world state idea: The causes of world wars and global governance evolution over the long duree (2018)
Journal Article
Beyer, C. (2018). War, population growth, inequality, and the history of the world state idea: The causes of world wars and global governance evolution over the long duree. Humanities and social sciences, 6(5), 159-172. doi:10.11648/j.hss.20180605.14

Humanity has experienced three major periods of war – 500Bc the Greek wars, 1600AD the Thirty Years War and 1900AD the Two World Wars. These were the most significant times of war in human history, as far as is known to Western science. IR scientists... Read More

Abolishing the security dilemma: Why we need to integrate the militaries (2018)
Journal Article
Beyer, A. C. (2018). Abolishing the security dilemma: Why we need to integrate the militaries. Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies, 2, 93EAZO. https://doi.org/10.22261/CJES.93EAZO

This article argues that the Security Dilemma can in fact be abolished by integrating the militaries into one common global organisation, possibly under one common command. The existence and workings of NATO are an approximate example of this ideal i... Read More

Why we need to establish international political psychology (2018)
Journal Article
Beyer, C. (in press). Why we need to establish international political psychology. Asia Pacific journal of advanced business and social studies, 4(1), 393-401. https://doi.org/10.25275/apjabssv4i1ss14

A combination of Psychology with International Relations yields important results and ideas for improving the international world. This chapter proposes to establish International Political Psychology as a discipline with the purpose of harvesting id... Read More