Hi! I'm interested in arguments for and against Brexit, for a school assignment, and my mum tells me that one big argument against Brexit is that the EU has made peace among member nations more likely. She says that if your economic interests are aligned, you basically share the same borders, and there are internal processes for dispute resolution, you "just are" less likely to go to war. I was wondering if this was something that philosophers have thought about.

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