Winners or Losers Democracies in International Crisis 1918 94 (2001)

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Assessing the Dyadic Nature of the Democratic Peace 1918 88 (1996)
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Identifying the Culprit Democracy Dictatorship and Dispute Initiation (2003)
Crime and Punishment The Role of Norms in Crisis Bargaining (1997)
Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick Veterans in the Political Elite and the American Use of Force (2002)
War and the Fate of Regimes A Comparative Analysis (1992)
Reply to Military Capabilities and Escalation A Correction to Bueno de Mesquita Morrow and Zorick (2000)
Dictatorial Peace (2002)
The Consequences of Negotiated Settlements in Civil Wars 1945 1993 (1995)
Power Alliance and the Escalation of International Conflict 1815 1965 (1984)
Normative and Structural Causes of Democratic Peace 1946 1986 (1993)
Extended Deterrence and the Outbreak of War (1988)
Information Power and War (2003)
Peaceful Parties and Puzzling Personalists (2003)
The War Trap Revisited A Revised Expected Utility Model (1985)
The Costs of War A Rational Expectations Approach (1983)
War and the Cycle of Relative Power (1980)