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Desch, MC. 1998. “Culture clash: assessing the importance of ideas in security studies”. International Security 23: 141–170.
Dessler, D. 1989. “What's at stake in the agent-structure debate?”. International Organization 43: 441–473.
Deutsch, KW, and Singer, JD. 1964. “Multipolar power systems and international stability”. World Politics: A Quarterly Journal of International Relations: 390–406.
Doyle, MW. 1986. “Liberalism and world politics”. The American Political Science Review: 1151–1169.
Drucker, PF. 1986. “The changed world economy”. Foreign affairs 64: 768–791.
Duffield, JS. 1999. “Political culture and state behavior: Why Germany confounds neorealism”. International Organization 53: 765–803.
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Fearon, JD. 1994. “Ethnic war as a commitment problem”. In Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, , p. 2–5.
Fearon, JD. 1994. “Domestic political audiences and the escalation of international disputes”. American Political Science Review: 577–592.
Fearon, JD, and Wendt, A. 2002. “Rationalism v. constructivism: a skeptical view”. Handbook of international relations: 52–72.
Fearon, JD. 1995. “Rationalist explanations for war”. International Organization 49: 379–379.
Fearon, JD, and Laitin, DD. 2003. “Ethnicity, insurgency, and civil war”. American Political Science Review 97: 75–90.
Fearon, JD. 1998. “Domestic politics, foreign policy, and theories of international relations”. Annual Review of Political Science 1: 289–313.
Fearon, JD. 2005. “Primary commodity exports and civil war”. Journal of Conflict Resolution 49: 483.
Finnemore, M, and Sikkink, K. 1998. “International norm dynamics and political change”. International organization 52: 887–917.
Friedberg, AL. 2005. “The Future of US-China Relations: Is Confict Inevitable?”. International Security 30: 7–45.
Frieden, JA, and Lake, DA. 2005. “International relations as a social science: rigor and relevance”. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 600: 136–156.

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