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1995
Carlson, Lisa J. The Theory of Escalation and International Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 39, (3), 511-534.
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1994
Hensel, Paul R.,  Diehl, Paul F. It Takes Two to Tango: Nonmilitarized Response in Interstate Disputes. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 38, (3), 479-506.
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1994
Oren, Ido . The Indo-Pakistani Arms Competition: A Deductive and Statistical Analysis. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 38, (2), 185-214.
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1993
Huth, Paul K.,  Russett, Bruce M. General Deterrrence Between Enduring Rivals: Testing Three Competing Models. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 87, (1), 61-73.
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1993
Leng, Russell J. Reciprocating Influence Strategies in Interstate Crises Bargaining. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 37, (1), 3-41.
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1991
Morgan, T. Clifton,  Campbell, Sally Howard . Domestic Structure, Decisional Constraints, and War: Why Kant Democracies Fight?. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 35, (2), 187-211.
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1989
Morrow, James D. A Twist of Truth: A Reexamination of the Effects of Arms Races on the Occurrence of War. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 33, (3), 500-529.
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1982
Leng, Russell J.,  Walker, Stephen G. Comparing Two Studies of Crisis Bargaining: Confrontation, Coercion, and Reciprocity. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 26, (4), 571-591.
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