I. International Politics & Conflict Dynamics

The publications focusing on International Politics & Conflict Dynamics are organized here in terms of four broad themes, as follows:

  1. Theory Development  & Empirical Analysis;
  2. Population Dynamics & International Migration;
  3. Energy & Resources;
  4. Science & Technology.

1.1 Theory Development & Empirical Analysis

S.No. Publication Source
1. Choucri, N., & Agarwal, G. (2017). The Theory of Lateral Pressure: Highlights of Quantification and Empirical Analysis. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory, 2018. Oxford University Press. link
2. Wickboldt, A.-K., & Choucri, N. (2006). Profiles of States as Fuzzy Sets: Methodological Refinement of Lateral Pressure Theory. International Interactions, 32(2), 153–181.  link pdf
3. North, R. C., & Choucri, N. (1983). Economic and Political Factors in International Conflict and Integration. International Studies Quarterly, 27(4), 443-461.  link pdf
4. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1983). Roots of War: The Master Variables. In Väyrynen, R., Senghaas, D., & Schmidt, C. (Eds.), The Quest for peace: Transcending collective violence and war among societies, cultures, and states. Paris: International Social Science Council. link pdf
5. Choucri, N. (1992). Environment and Conflict: New Principles for Environmental Conduct. In United Nations (Ed.), Disarmament: A periodic review by the United Nations. XV (1), 67-78. New York: U.N.  
6. Choucri, N. (1991). Analytical and Behavioral Perspectives: Causes of War and Strategies for Peace. In Thompson, W. S., Jensen, K. M., & United States Institute of Peace. (1991). Approaches to peace: An intellectual map. Washington, D.C: United States Institute of Peace. link pdf
7. Choucri, N. (1991). Resource Constraints as Causes of Conflict. Ecodecision, September, 52-55. pdf
8. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1989). Lateral Pressure in International Relations: Concept and Theory. In Midlarsky, M. I. (Ed.), Handbook of War Studies. Boston: Unwin Hyman. link
9. Choucri, N. (1989). The Reality of Theory: Reflections and Reassessment. In Kruzel, J., & Rosenau, J. N. (Eds.), Journeys through world politics: Autobiographical reflections of thirty-four academic travelers. Lexington, Mass: Lexington Books. link pdf
10. Choucri, N. (1986). Demographics and conflict. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 42(4), 24–25.  
11. Choucri, N. (1984). Population, Resources, Technology, and Environment: Trends and Implications. In Trent, J. E., Lamy, P., Canadian Commission for Unesco., U.S. National Commission for UNESCO., & Symposium on the Fundamental Problems of, and Challenges for, the Social Sciences in North America. (Eds.), Global crises and the social sciences: North American perspectives. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. link pdf
12. Choucri, N. (1980). International Political Economy: A Theoretical Perspective. In Holsti, O. R., Siverson, R. M., & George, A. L. (Eds.), Change in the international system. Boulder, Colo: Westview Press. link pdf
13. Choucri, N. (1973). Introduction: International Non-Alignment: Quantitative Perspectives on the Afro-Asian Variant. In Haas, M. (Ed.), International systems: A behavioral approach. New York: Chandler Pub. Co. link pdf
14. Choucri, N. (1970). International Conflict Processes: A System View. In Danielsmeyer, W. (Ed.), Der Friedensdienst der Christen: Beiträge zu einer Ethik des Friedens. Gütersloh: Mohn. link pdf
15. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1972). Causes of World War I: A Quantitative Analysis of Longer-Range Dynamics. In Gentzel, K. J., Kress, G., & Rittberger, V. (Eds.), Grossmachtrivalität und Weltkrieg: Sozialwissenschaftliche Studien zum Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkrieges und Historikerkommentare. Gutersloh: Bertelsmann Universitätsverlag (pp 122-56).  
16. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1974). Dynamics of International Conflict: Some Policy Implications of Population, Resources, and Technology. World Politics, 24, Supplement: Theory and Policy in International Relations, 80-122. link pdf
17. Choucri, N., & Meadows, D. (1971). International Implications of Technological Development and Population Growth: A Simulation Model of International Conflict. Cambridge, Mass.:MIT Center for International Studies.  
18. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1969). Determinants of International Violence. Peace Research Society (International) Papers, 12, 33-63.  
19. Choucri, N. (1969). The Nonalignment of Afro-Asian States: Policy, Perception, and Behaviour. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 2(1), 1–17.  link pdf
20. Choucri, N. (1969). The Perceptual Base of Nonalignment. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 13(1), 57–74. link pdf

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1.2 Population Dynamics & International Migration

S.No. Publication Source
1. Choucri, N., & Mistree, D. (2009, April). Globalization, Migration, and New Challenges to Governance. Current History, 108(717), 173. link pdf
2. Choucri, N. (2002). Migration and Security: Some Key Linkages. Journal of International Affairs, 56(1), 97-122.  link pdf
3. Choucri, N. (1997). Demography, Migration, and Security in the Middle East. In Guazzone, L. (Ed.), The Middle East in global change: The politics and economics of interdependence versus fragmentation. New York: St. Martin's Press. link pdf
4. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1993). Population and (In)Security: National Perspectives and Global Imperatives. In Dewitt, D. B., Haglund, D. G., & Kirton, J. J. (Eds.), Building a new global order: Emerging trends in international security. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

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5. Choucri, N. (1991). Business and Reconstruction in the Middle East. Business & the Contemporary World, 3(3), 81-88.  
6. Choucri, N. (1991). Resource Scarcity and National Security in the Middle East. In Arnett, E. H., American Association for the Advancement of Science., & AAAS Committee on Science and International Security. (Eds.), New perspectives for a changing world order. Washington, D.C: American Association for the Advancement of Science. link
7. Choucri, N. (1991). Population and the Global Environment. In Tester, J. W., Wood, D. O., Ferrari, N. A., Beér, J. M., & Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Eds.), Energy and the environment in the 21st century. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. link pdf
8. Choucri, N., Brown, J. W., & and Haas, P. M. (1990). Dimensions of National Security: the Case of Egypt. In Brown, J. W. (Ed.), In the U.S. interest: Resources, growth, and security in the developing world. Boulder: Westview Press. link pdf
9. Choucri, N. (1988). Migration in the Middle East: old economics or new politics? Journal of Arab Affairs, 7(1), 1-18. pdf
10. Choucri, N. (1986). Asians in the Arab world: labor migration and public policy. Middle Eastern Studies, 22(2), 252–273. link pdf
11. Choucri, N. (1986). The Hidden Economy: A New View of Remittances in the Arab World. World Development, 14(6), 697-712. link pdf
12. Choucri, N. (1986). Migration to the Middle East. Middle East Review, XIX(2). pdf
13. Choucri, N. (1984). Assessments of Macroeconomic Impacts of Labor Migration and Remittances in Sudan. MIT Technology and Development Program Report No. 84-4. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.  
14. Choucri, N. (1984). Population Movements in the Middle East: An Analysis of Policy Issues. MIT Technology and Development Program Report No. 84-5. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.  
15. Choucri, N., & Brecke, P. (1984). Migration in the Middle East: Transformation and Change. Middle East Review, XVI(2). pdf
16. Choucri, N. (1983). Asians in the Arab World: Labor Migration and Public Policy. MIT Technology Adaptation Program Report No. 83-13. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.  
17. Choucri, N., & Lahiri, S. (1983). Macro-Economic Impacts of Remittances in Egypt: An Exploratory Analysis. MIT Technology Adaptation Program Report No. 83-10. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT.  
18. Choucri, N. with Brecke, P. (1983) Migration in the Middle East: Transformation and Change. Middle East Review, Vol. XVI (2), pp. 16-27.  
19. Choucri, N., & United Nations Fund for Population Activities. (1983). Population and conflict: New dimensions of population dynamics. New York: United Nations Fund for Population Activities. link pdf
20. Choucri, N. (1982). The Arab World in the 1980s: Macro-Politics and Economic Change. Journal of Arab Affairs, 1 (1), 167-87. pdf
21. Choucri, N. (1981). The Pervasiveness of Politics: Political Definitions of Population Issues. In Callahan, D., & Clark, P. G. (Eds.), Ethical issues of population aid: Culture, economics, and international assistance. New York, NY: Irvington Publishers. link
22. Choucri, N. (1980). Demographic Changes in the Middle East: New Factors in Regional Politics. In United States., & United States. Foreign Affairs and National Defense Division. (Eds.), The political economy of the Middle East, 1973-78: A compendium of papers submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. link pdf
23. Choucri, N. (1979). Labor Transfers in the Arab World: Growing Interdependence in the Construction Sector. Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries, 5(1). pdf
24. Choucri, N., Eckaus, R. S., &  Mohie-Eldine, A. (1978). Migration and Employment in the Construction Sector: Critical Factors in Egyptian Development. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Technology Adaptation Program. pdf
25. Choucri, N. (1978). Migration Processes Among Developing Countries: The Middle East. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Migration and Development Study Group. pdf
26. Choucri, N. (1978). The pervasiveness of Politics: Political Definitions of Population Issues. Populi, 5 (33), 30-44. link pdf
27. Choucri, N. (1977). The new migration in the Middle East: a problem for whom? The International Migration Review, 11(4), 421-443 link pdf
28. Choucri, N. (1976). Book Review: Manpower and Employment in Arab Countries: Some Critical Issues. In International Migration Review, 533-534. link pdf
29. Choucri, N. (1975). Political Implications of Population Dynamics: A Critical Assessment. In World Population Conference (1954- ). (Eds.), The population debate: Dimensions and perspectives: papers of the World Population Conference, Bucharest, 1974. New York: United Nations. link pdf
30. Choucri, N. (1975). Population Dynamics and Local Conflict: A Cross National Study of Population and War- A Summary. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Center for International Studies. pdf
31. North, R. C., Choucri, N., & United States. (1971). Population and the international system: Some implications for United States policy and planning. Washington, D.C: Commission on Population Growth and the American Future. link pdf
32. Mauldin, W. P., Choucri, N., Notestein, F. W., & Teitelbaum, M. (1974). A report on Bucharest. The World Population Conference and the Population Tribune, August 1974. Studies in Family Planning, 5(12), 357-358. link
33. Choucri, N. (1973). Population Dynamics and Social Inquiry: Some Methodological Imperatives. In Clinton, R. L. (Ed.), Population and politics: new directions in political science research. Lexington, Mass: Lexington Books. link pdf
34. Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1971). Population and the Future International System. Journal of International Affairs, 25 (2), 224-37. pdf

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1.3 Energy & Resources

S.No. Publication Source
1. Choucri, N., Goldsmith D., & Mezher, T. (2011). Modeling Renewable Energy Readiness: The UAE Context. 2011 IEEE 20th International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (pp. 211-216), Paris. link
2. Mezher, T., Goldsmith, D., and Choucri, N. (2011). Renewable Energy in Abu Dhabi: Opportunities and Challenges. J. Energy Eng., 169-176. link
3. Choucri, N. (2014). Environmentalism in Comparative Politics. In Krieger, J. (Ed.), The Oxford companion to international relations. New York: Oxford University Press.  
4. Choucri, N. (2014). Environmentalism in International Relations. In Krieger, J. (Ed.), The Oxford companion to international relations. New York: Oxford University Press.  
5. Choucri, N. (1997). Environmental Flashpoints in the Middle East and North Africa. Report for the Environmental Flashpoints Workshop.  
6. Choucri, N. (1990). World Energy: Implications for Japan. Toray Corporate Business Research Inc., 2(2).  
7. Choucri, N., & Shafei, M. Z. (1984). Energy Policy in Egypt. Exrait de l'Egypte Contemporaire, LXXVeme Annee, 395. pdf
8. Choucri, N. (1984). Energy for Survival and Development. In Chagas, C., & Colombo, U. (Eds.), Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarum Scripta Varia, June 11-14. 1984. pdf
9. Choucri, N. (1981). Energy and Technological Development in Latin America. Prepared for Fifth International Scientifc Forum on Changes in Energy. Mexico City. pdf
10. Lampe, D. R. (1983, September). Energy and Development: Understanding the Risks. The MIT Report, XI(9). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Industrial Liason Program. pdf
11. Choucri, N. (1982). Energy and Transportation in Latin America: The Socio-economic Basis. In Colombia., & Inter-American Development Bank. (Eds.), The Impact of energy costs on the transport sector in Latin America: Proceedings of a seminar held in Bogotá, Colombia between December 1-3, 1980. Washington: Inter-American Development Bank, Economic and Social Development Dept., Technical Cooperation Division II, Industrial Economics and Infrastructure Section. link
12. Choucri, N. (1980, 10). OPEC: Calming a nervous world oil market. Technology Review, 83, 36. pdf
13. Choucri, N. (1982, 10). Power and politics in world oil. Technology Review, 85, 24. pdf
14. Choucri, N. (1979). Review Section: Analytical Specifications of the World Oil Market: A Review and Comparison of Twelve Models. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 23(2), 346–372. link pdf
15. Choucri, N. (1982, Novermber 30). …and OPEC is justified. The Christian Science Monitor.  
16. Choucri, N. & Ferraro, V. (1977). International Exchanges of Alternative Energy Sources: Technology, Price, and Management. In Pirages, D. (Eds.), The Sustainable society: Implications for limited growth. New York: Praeger. link pdf
17. Choucri, N., Ferraro, V., Alker, H. R., &  Bloomfield, L.P. (1974). Analyzing global interdependence. Vol. II, Energy independence. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Center for International Studies. link
18. Choucri, N., & Bennett, J. P. (1972). Population, Resources, Technology: Political Implications of the Environmental Crisis. In Kay, D. A., & Skolnikoff, E. B. (Eds.), World eco-crisis: international organizations in response. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. link pdf

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1.4 Science & Technology

S.No. Publication Source
1. Choucri, N. (2002). Megacities and Global Accord. In Moavenzadeh, F., Hanaki, K., & Baccini, P. (Eds.), Future cities: Dynamics and sustainability. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. link
2. Choucri, N. (1999, November). Strategic Partnerships with Multilingual Functionality for Globalisation and Localisation. Prepared for European Commission Directorate-General Information Society Workshop on "Sustainability and Environment. Publication of IST99 Conference, Helsinki, Finland.  
3. Choucri, N. (1998). Knowledge Networking for Technology ‘Leapfrogging'. UNDP Cooperation South, 2, 40-52.  
4. Choucri, N. (1995). Globalization of Eco-Efficiency: GSSD on the WWW. UNEP Industry and Environment, October-December, 45-49. pdf
5. Choucri, N. (1995). Globalization of MIT: GSSD on the WWW. MIT Faculty Newsletter, October, VIII(1).  
6. Choucri, N. (1994), Introduction. Business & the Contemporary World. Special Issue: Global Environmental Accords: Implications for Technology, Industry and International Relation, VI (2), 6-8.  
7. Choucri, N. (1995). The Politics of Global Environmental Change: A Conceptual Framework. In United Nations. (Eds)., Environmentally sound technology for sustainable development. New York: United Nations. link
8. Choucri, N. (1991).  A Partnership with Nature: Construction Consortium for the Global Environment. Construction Business Review, 1 (2), 37-41. pdf
9. Choucri, N. (1991, 04). The global environment & multinational corporations. Technology Review, 94(52). pdf
10. Choucri, N. (1991). The Politicization of Technology Choices. Business & the Contemporary World, II (1), 43-49. pdf
11. Choucri, N., & Eckaus, R. S. (1991). Interactions of Economic and Political Change: The Egyptian case. World Development, 7(8/9), 783-797. pdf

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