After the Second World War, the emergence of high-level warm peace in West Germany was understood

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After the Second World War, the emergence of high-level warm peace in West Germany was understood to be due to the induction of democratisation and social reform process by the liberal United States (US) and the common Soviet Union threat. The problem of ethnic German expellees from the East result to the destabilisation of democracy in West Germany which nearly caused the collapse of the government. The US came to aid in mitigating the problem and assisting the state into a successful German democracy. As discussed earlier, the realist factors of American hegemony had produced cold peace in the Western Europe, but insufficiently produced high-level warm peace. However, with the nature of liberal democracy in the region, the cold peace…show more content…
A report shown, after two decade of France democratisation, about fifty-two percent of French gave a good opinion in regard to their perception towards West Germany and reduction of nine percent gave bad opinion. The structure and stability of liberal democracy have developed transnational interactions between the French and German people. Even though there was conflict arise between the governments in 1960s the level of mutual trade and confidence never decreases. Besides that, liberal democratic structures also generate confidence of German and French policymakers of their mutual reliability. Middle East In Middle East, the situations were different from the European case when the three key liberal mechanisms; regional institutions, economic interdependence and democracy, induced in the region. The use of defensive and offensive liberalism failed to produce a stable warm peace on arms control, economic cooperation, water, refugees and the enivronment. Defensive liberalism of multilateral talks was conducted in the framework of Madrid Conference. The idea was to create regional peacemaking through bilateral negotiations between Israel and the Arabs, the Gulf and North African. However, the bilateral talks with Israel were boycott by some of the rejectionist camp including Iran, Iraq, Libya and Sudan. The rejection limited the ability to reach region-wide agreements yet the support from the great powers helped broaden the peace process and

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