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2 Choucri, N. (2002). Migration and security: Some key linkagesJournal of International Affairs, 56(1), 97–122.
3 Choucri, N. (1997). Demography, migration, and security in the Middle East. In L. Guazzone (Ed.), The Middle East in global change: The politics and economics of interdependence versus fragmentation (pp. 95–118). St. Martin's Press.
4 Choucri, N. (1994). Demography, migration, and security in the Middle East. Proceedings of the Conference on "Global Interdependence and the Future of the Middle East, Rome, November 7-8,1994.
5 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1993). Population and (in)security: National perspectives and global imperatives. In D. B. Dewitt, D. G. Haglund, & J. J. Kirton (Eds.), Building a new global order: Emerging trends in international security (pp. 229–256). Oxford University Press.
6 Choucri, N. (1991). Business and reconstruction in the Middle East. Business & the Contemporary World, 3(3), 81–88. 
7 Choucri, N. (1991). Population and the global environment. In J. W. Tester, D. O. Wood, N. A. Ferrari, & J. M. Beér (Eds.), Energy and the environment in the 21st century (pp. 91–101). MIT Press.
8 Choucri, N. (1991). Resource Scarcity and National Security in the Middle East. In Arnett, E. H. (Ed.), New perspectives for a changing world order (pp. – ). American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
9 Choucri, N., Brown, J. W., & and Haas, P. M. (1990). Dimensions of national security: The case of Egypt. In J. W. Brown (Ed.), In the U.S. interest: Resources, growth, and security in the developing world (pp.89 –119). Westview Press.
10 Choucri, N. (1988). Migration in the Middle East: Old economics or new politics? Journal of Arab Affairs, 7(1), 1–18.
11 Choucri, N. (1986). Asians in the Arab world: Labor migration and public policyMiddle Eastern Studies, 22(2), 252–273.
12 Choucri, N. (1986). Migration to the Middle East. In F. Arnold, & N. M. Shah (Ed.). Asian labor migration: Pipeline to the Middle East (pp. 45–48). Westview Press.
13 Choucri, N. (1986). The hidden economy: A new view of remittances in the Arab worldWorld Development, 14(6), 697–712.
14 Choucri, N. (1984). Assessments of macroeconomic impacts of labor migration and remittances in Sudan (Report No. 84-4). MIT Technology and Development Program. 
15 Choucri, N. (1984). Population movements in the Middle East: An analysis of policy issues (Report No. 84–5). MIT Technology and Development Program. 
16 Choucri, N., & Brecke, P. (1984). Migration in the Middle East: Transformation and changeMiddle East Review, XVI(2), 16–27.
17 Choucri, N. (1983). Asians in the Arab World: Labor migration and public policy (Report No. 83–13). MIT Technology Adaptation Program. 
18 Choucri, N. (1983). Population and conflict: New dimensions of population dynamics (Policy Development Studies, Number 8). United Nations Fund for Population Activities.
19 Choucri, N., & Lahiri, S. (1983). Macro–economic impacts of remittances in Egypt: An exploratory analysis (Report No. 83–10). MIT Technology Adaptation Program 
20 Choucri, N. (1982). The Arab world in the 1980s: Macro-politics and economic changeJournal of Arab Affairs, 1(1), 167–87.
21 Choucri, N. (1981). The pervasiveness of politics: political definitions of population issues. In D. Callahan, & P. G. Clark (Eds.), Ethical issues of population aid: Culture, economics, and international assistance (pp. – ). Irvington Publishers. 
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. U.S. Govt. Print. Off.
23 Choucri, N. (1979). Labor transfers in the Arab world: Growing interdependence in the construction sector (in Arabic)Oil and Arab Cooperation, 5(1).
24 Choucri, N., Eckaus, R. S., & Mohie–Eldine, A. (1979). Migration and employment in the construction sector: Critical factors in Egyptian development (Report). MIT Technology Adaptation Program.
25 Choucri, N. (1978). Migration processes among developing countries: The Middle East (Working Paper, No. C/78-08). MIT Center for International Studies.
26 Choucri, N. (1978). The pervasiveness of politics: Political definitions of population issuesPopuli, 5(33), 30–44.
27 Choucri, N. (1977). The new migration in the Middle East: a problem for whom? (Working Paper, No. C/77-4). MIT Center for International Studies: Migration and Development Study Group
28 Choucri, N. (1977). The new migration in the Middle East: A problem for whom? The International Migration Review, 11(4),421–443.
29 Choucri, N. (1976). Book Review: Manpower and employment in Arab countries: Some critical issues. International Migration Review, 533–534.
30 Choucri, N. (1975). Political implications of population dynamics: A critical assessment. Proceedings of the World Population Conference, Bucharest, E/CONF.60/BP/5, 1–21.
31 Choucri, N. (1974). Population dynamics and local conflict: A cross national study of population and war (Working Paper, No. C/74-9). MIT Center for International Studies.
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 1974Studies in Family Planning, 5(12), 357–358.
33 Choucri, N. (1973). Population dynamics and social inquiry: Some methodological imperatives. In R. L. Clinton (Ed.), Population and politics: New directions in political science research (pp. 75–100). Lexington Books.
34 Choucri, N., & North, R. C. (1971). Population and the future international system. Journal of International Affairs, 25(2), 224–37. 
35 North, R. C., & Choucri, N. (1971). Population and the international system: Some implications for United States policy and planning. In A. E. Keir Nash (Ed.), Research Reports, Volume IV, Governance and population: The governmental implications of population change (pp. 253–278). Commission on Population Growth and the American Future.
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