The Social Liberal Left alternates between liberal peace theory in its programs (parliamentary election program and principle program). This is reflected in the fact that free trade and freedom of movement across national borders are understood as crucial preconditions for peace. In line with liberal peace theory, the Liberal Party also emphasizes democratic governance as important for preventing war, as do liberal parties such as the FRP and the Conservative Party. The Liberal Party claims in its program of principles that it is only through international cooperation that we can prevent conflict and create peace. The party's parliamentary election program considers freedom, democracy, the rule of law and a social market economy as the safest path to international peace and security. In any case, foreign policy must be linked to all other political fields, where the overriding goal is to promote human rights globally.

The election program can not be said to advocate for raising the threshold for use. . .

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