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1994
Conybeare, John A.C. . The Portfolio Benefits of Free Riding in Military Alliances. International Studies Quarterly. 38, (3), 405-419.
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1993
Geller, Daniel S. Power Differentials and War in Rival Dyads. International Studies Quarterly. 37, (2), 173-193.
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2000
Gartzke, Erik . Preferences and the Democratic Peace. International Studies Quarterly. 44, (2), 191-212.
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1994
Meernik, James . Presidential decision making and the political use of military force. International Studies Quarterly. 38, (1), 121-138.
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1992
Jentleson, Bruce W. The Pretty Prudent Public: Post Post-Vietnam American Opinion on the Use of the Military Force. International Studies Quarterly. 36, (1), 49-74.
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1994
Kacowicz, Arie M. The Problem of Peaceful Territorial Change. International Studies Quarterly. 38, (2), 219-254.
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1972
Azar, Edward E.,  Cohen, Stanley H.,  Jukam, Thomas O.,  McCormick, James M. The Problem of Source Coverage in the Use of International Events Data. International Studies Quarterly. 16, (3), 373-388.
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1999
Sanjian, Gregory S. Promoting Stability or Instability? Arms Transfers and Regional Rivalries, 1950-1991. International Studies Quarterly. 43, (4), 641-670.
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1991
Goldstein, Joshua S. Reciprocity in Superpower Relations: An Empirical Analysis. International Studies Quarterly. 35, (2), 195-209.
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1973
Haas, Ernst B.,  Rowe, Edward Thomas . Regional organizations in the United Nations: Is there externalization. International Studies Quarterly. 17, (1), 3-54.
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1989
Lancaster, Thomas D.,  Lewis-Beck, Michael S. Regional vote support: The Spanish case. International Studies Quarterly. 33, (1201-99), 29-435.
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1995
Hermann, Margaret G.,  Kegley, Charles W., Jr. . Rethinking democracy and international peace: Perspectives from political psychology. International Studies Quarterly. 39, (4), 511-533.
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1986
Furguson, Thomas . The Right Consensus? Holsti and Rosenau's New Foreign Policy Beliefe Surveys. International Studies Quarterly. 30, (4), 411-423.
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1992
Trubowitz, Peter . Sectionalism and American Foreign Policy: The Political Geography of Consensus and Conflict. International Studies Quarterly. 36, (2), 173-190.
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1977
Nelson, Daniel N. Socioeconomic and political change in Communist Europe. International Studies Quarterly. 21, (2), 359-388.
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1984
Roeder, Philip G. Soviet policies and Kremlin politics. International Studies Quarterly. 28, (2), 171-193.
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1998
Kimura, Masato,  Welch, David A. Specifying 'Interests': Japan's Claim to the Northern Territories and Its Implications for International Relations Theory. International Studies Quarterly. 42, (2), 213-244.
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1982
Volgy, Thomas J.,  Kenski, Henry C. Systems theory and foreign policy restructuring: Distance and change in Latin America. International Studies Quarterly. 26, (3), 445-474.
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1973
Doran, Charles F.,  Pendley, Robert E.,  Antunes, George E. A test of cross-national event reliability: Global versus regional data sources. International Studies Quarterly. 17, (2), 175-203.
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1985
Roeder, Philip G. The Ties that Bind: Aid, Trade, and Political Compliance in Soviet-Third World Relations. International Studies Quarterly. 29, (2), 191-216.
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1976
Volgy, Thomas J.,  Kenski, Henry C. Toward an exploration of comparative foreign policy distance between the United States and Latin America: A research note. International Studies Quarterly. 20, (1), 143-166.
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1977
Brecher, Michael . Toward a theory of international crisis behavior. International Studies Quarterly. 21, (1), 39-74.
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1980
Richardson, Neil R.,  Kegley, Charles W., Jr. . Trade dependence and foreign policy compliance: A longitudinal analysis. International Studies Quarterly. 24, (2), 191-222.
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1999
Enders, Walter,  Sandler, Todd . Transnational Terrorism in the Post-Cold War Era. International Studies Quarterly. 43, (1), 145-167.
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