Lateral Pressure Theory & Empirical Analysis

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1 Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2017). The theory of lateral pressure: Highlights of quantification and empirical analysis. In W. R. Thompson (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. Oxford University Press.
2 Anderson, E., Choucri, N., Goldsmith D., Madnick, S. E., Siegel, M., & Sturtevant, D. (2009). System dynamics modeling for pro-active intelligence (ECIR Working Paper 2009-4). MIT Political Science Department.
3 Wickboldt, A.–K., & Choucri, N. (2006). Profiles of states as fuzzy sets: Methodological refinement of lateral pressure theoryInternational Interactions, 32(2), 153–181.
4 Choucri, N. (1992). Environment and conflict: New principles for environmental conduct. Disarmament, XV(1), 67–78.
5 Choucri, N. (1991). Analytical and behavioral perspectives: Causes of war and strategies for peace. In W. S. Thompson, K. M. Jensen, & United States Institute of Peace (Eds.), Approaches to peace: An intellectual map (pp. 272–297). United States Institute of Peace.
6 Choucri, N. (1991). Resource constraints as causes of conflictEcodecision, September, 52–55.
7 Choucri, N. (1989). The reality of theory: reflections and reassessment. In J. Kruzel, & J. N. Rosenau (Eds.), Journeys through world politics: Autobiographical reflections of thirty–four academic travelers (pp. 137–151). Lexington Books.
8 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1989). Lateral pressure in international relations: Concept and theory. In M. I. Midlarsky (Ed.), Handbook of war studies (pp. 289–327). Unwin Hyman.
9 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1987). Roots of war: The master variables. In R. Väyrynen, D. Senghaas, & C. Schmidt (Eds.), The Quest for peace: Transcending collective violence and war among societies, cultures, and states (pp. 204–216). International Social Science Council.
10 Choucri, N. (1986). Demographics and conflictBulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 42(4), 24–25.
11 Choucri, N. (1984). Population, resources, technology, and environment: Trends and implications. In J. E. Trent, & P. Lamy (Eds.), Global crises and the social sciences: North American perspectives (pp. 187–203). University of Ottawa Press/Unesco
12 North, R. C., & Choucri, N. (1983). Economic and political factors in international conflict and integrationInternational Studies Quarterly, 27(4), 443–461.
13 Choucri, N. (1980). International political economy: A theoretical perspective. In O. R. Holsti, R. M. Siverson, & A. L. George (Eds.), Change in the international system (pp. 103–129). Westview Press.
14 Choucri, N. (1973). Introduction: International non–alignment: Quantitative perspectives on the Afro–Asian variant. In M. Haas (Ed.), International systems: A behavioral approach (pp. 124–149). Chandler Pub. Co.
15 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1972). Causes of World War I: A quantitative analysis of longer–range dynamics. In K. J. Gentzel, G. Kress, & V. Rittberger (Eds.), Grossmachtrivalität und Weltkrieg: Sozialwissenschaftliche Studien zum Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkrieges und Historikerkommentare (pp 122–156). Bertelsmann Universitätsverlag. 
16 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1972). Dynamics of international conflict: Some policy implications of population, resources, and technologyWorld Politics, 24, Supplement: Theory and Policy in International Relations, 80–122.
17 Choucri, N., & Meadows, D. (1971). International implications of technological development and population growth: A simulation model of international conflict (Report). MIT Center for International Studies. 
18 Choucri, N. (1970). International conflict processes: A system view. In W. Danielsmeyer (Ed.), Der Friedensdienst der Christen: Beiträge zu einer Ethik des Friedens (pp. 75–94). Gütersloher Verl.-Haus Mohn.
19 Choucri, N. (1969). The nonalignment of Afro–Asian States: Policy, perception, and behaviorCanadian Journal of Political Science, 2(1), 1–17.
20 Choucri, N. (1969). The perceptual base of nonalignmentJournal of Conflict Resolution, 13(1), 57–74.
21 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1969). Determinants of international violence. Peace Research Society (International) Papers, 12, 33–63. 
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