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Sagan, SD. 1988. “The Origins of the Pacific War”. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 18: 893–922.
Sagan, S, Waltz, K, and Betts, RK. 2007. “A Nuclear Iran: Promoting Stability or Courting Disaster?”. JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS-COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 60: 135.
Scott, BR. 2001. “The great divide in the global village”. Foreign Affairs: 160–177.
Sewell Jr, WH. 1992. “A theory of structure: Duality, agency, and transformation”. American journal of sociology: 1–29.
Shambaugh, D. 2005. “China engages Asia: reshaping the regional order”. International Security 29: 64–99.
Shannon, VP. 2000. “Norms are what states make of them: the political psychology of norm violation”. International Studies Quarterly 44: 293–316.
Sikkink, K. 1993. “The power of principled ideas: human rights policies in the United States and Western Europe”. Ideas and Foreign Policy: Beliefs, Institutions, and Political Change: 139–70.
Simon, HA. 1985. “Human nature in politics: The dialogue of psychology with political science”. The American Political Science Review: 293–304.
Snidal, D. 1985. “The limits of hegemonic stability theory”. International Organization: 579–614.
Snyder, J. 2002. “Anarchy and culture: insights from the anthropology of war”. International Organization 56: 7–45.
Snyder, J. 1984. “Civil-Military Relations and the Cult of the Offensive, 1914 and 1984”. International Security 9: 108–146.
Spruyt, H. 1994. “Institutional selection in international relations: state anarchy as order”. International Organization 48: 527–557.
Stedman, SJ. 1997. “Spoiler problems in peace processes”. International Security: 5–53.
Strange, S. 1982. “Cave! hic dragones: a critique of regime analysis”. International Organization 36: 479–496.

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