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Curriculum Vitae

Ole R Holsti

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301B Perkins Library
Durham, NC 27708
(919) 660-7051 (office)
(email)
Education

Doctor of PhilosophyStanford University1962
M.A.T.Wesleyan University1956
B.A.Stanford University1954
Professional Experience / Employment History

Duke University
George V. Allen Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, 1998-present
George V. Allen Professor, Department of Political Science, 1974-1998
University of California, Davis
Professor, Department of Political Science, 1978-1979
University of British Columbia
Professor, Department of Political Science, 1971-1974
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, 1967-1971
Stanford University
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, 1965-1967
Research Coordinator and Associate Director, Studies in International Conflict and Integration, 1962-1967
Instructor, Department of Political Science, 1962-1965
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Best foreign policy paper at 2003 Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, September, 2004
Teacher-Scholar Award, Active Learning Section, International Studies Association, August, 2000
Lifetime Achievement Award, American Political Science Association, August, 1999
National Science Foundation Research Grant, 1996-1998
Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1995
National Science Foundation Research Grant, 1992-1994
Howard Johnson Distinguished Teaching Award, 1990
Pew Faculty Fellowship, Harvard University, 1990
National Science Foundation Research Grant, 1988-1990
Nevitt Sanford Award for "Distinguished Contributions to Political Psychology", International Society of Political Psychology, 1988
Natrional Science Foundation Research Grant, 1983-1985
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1981-1982
Best Published Paper Award for "The Three Headed Eagle", International Studies Quarterly, 1979-1981
National Science Foundation Research Grant, 1979-1981
National Science Foundation Research Grant, 1975-1977
Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1972-1973
Ford Foundation Faculty Research Fellowship, 1972-1973
Canada Council Leave Fellowship, 1970-1971
Canada Council Research Grant, 1969
Haynes Foundation Research Fellowship, 1961-1962
Owen D. Young Fellowship of the General Electric Foundation, 1960-1961
Professional Service

Dept Officer
Chairman, Department of Political Science, 1978-1983
DUS
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Political Science, 1992-1998
University Committee
member, Truman Scholarship Interview Committee, 2003
University Services
member, Martin Luther king Day Symposium, "Research and Activism", February 2003
Other
Member, Board of Editors, International Relations (London), 2001 - present
Member, Board of Editors, International Studies Perspectives, 1999 - present
Member, New Millennium Books in International Studies, Rowman & Littlefield, Editorial Board, 1998-present
Member, Board of Editors, American Review of Politics, 1992 - present
Corresponding Editor, Running Journal, 1984 - present
Member, Board of Editors, International Interaction, 1980 - present
Member, University Press of America, Advisory Board, 1976-present
Chair, USA Trace & Field. NC Racewalk, 1998-2002
Durham County Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, 1995-2001
Chair, International Society of Political Psychology, Publications Committee, 1996-1998
Member, Triangle Institute for Security Studies (Duke, UNC at Chapel Hill, NC State University) Executive Committee, 1983-1998
Chair, USA Track & Field. NC Racewalk, 1998-2002
Member, Political Psychology Program, Ohio State University, Advisory Board, 1991-1997
Section Chair, Active Learning in International Affairs, 1995-1996
Chairman, International Society of Political Psychology, Nominations Committee, 1994-1995
Vice President, International Society of Political Psychology, 1993-1995
Member, Pew Faculty Fellowship Program, Harvard University, Consulting Board, 1992-1995
Member, Mershon Center, The Ohio State University, Board of Visitors, 1989-1995
Member, Durham County Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, 1995-2001
Member, Political Psychology Program, George Washington University, Advisory Board, 1989-1994
Member, International Society of Political Psychology, Governing Council, 1990-1993
Member, Duke University Press, Editorial Board, 1983-1991
Member, International Studies Association, Communications Committee, 1987-1989
Member, Board of Editors, Journal of Politics, 1989-2000
Member, U.S. Department of State, Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation, 1983-1986
Member, American Political Science Association, Council, 1982-1985
Member, American Political Science Association, Administration Committee, 1982-1985
Chairman, National Science Foundation, Oversight Committee, 1981-1984
Correspondent, Racing South, 1983-1987
President, Internationl Studies Association, 1979-1980
Member, American Political Science Association, Nominating Committee, 1976-1978
President, International Studies Association/South, 1975-1977
President, Peace Science Society (International) Southern Section, 1975-1976
Member, Board of Editors, American Journal of Political Science, 1975-1980
Member, Western Political Science Association, Executive Council, 1971-1974
International Relations Archive Advisory Committee, Inter-University Consortium for Political Research, 1969-1971
President, International Studies Association/West, 1969-1970
Associate Editor, International Studies Quarterly, 1970-1975
Associate Editor, Western Political Quarterly, 1970-1979
Secretary-Treasurer, International Studies Association/West, 1967-68 and 1968-69
Member, Board of Editors, Computer Studfies in the Humanities and Verbal Behavior, 1968-1976
Associate Editor, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1967-1972
Member, Board of Editors, International Studies Quarterly, 1967-70, 1975-80, 1985-
Selected Recent Invited Talks

"How Publics Abroad View the U.S., Central Illinois Foreign Affairs Council, Springfield, IL, March 24, 2005
"Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy", State Department Summer Seminar for Foreign Scholars, University of South Carolina, June 16, 2005
"Terrorism", Teaching American History Seminar. Jamestown, NY and Olean, NY, July 14 and 15, 2005
Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy, Decatur IL, October 12, 2004
Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy, Springfield, IL, September 20, 2004
The Media and Foreign Policy, UNC-Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, March 30, 2004
"Richard Nixon's Foreign Policy Legacy", Duke Law School, November 14, 2002
Plenary Lecture, "A Widening Gap Between the U.S. Military and Civilian Society?: Some Further Evidence", Centre for European Security Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands, May 9, 2001
The Ducey Lecture, "The Bush Administration Foreign Policy: A Welcome New Realism?", Reed College, October 1, 2001
Ira C. Eaker Lecture, "Is There a Crisis in Civil-Military Relations", United States Air Force Academy, May 4, 2000
The Chancellor's Lecture, "Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: The Good News and the Bad News", Louisiana State University, October 25, 2000

Publications

Books

  1. O.R. Holsti, American Public Opinion on the Iraq War (2011).
  2. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy, rev. ed. (2009).
  3. O.R. Holsti, To See Ourselves as Others See Us: How Publics Abroad View the U.S. Since September 11 (2009).
  4. O.R. Holsti, Making American Foreign Policy, New York: Routledge, 2006. (2006).
  5. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, David Earnest and Yale Ferguson, The Cutting Edge of Globalization: An Inquiry into American Elites (to be published in 2005), Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield.
  6. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy (2004), University of Michigan Press.
  7. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy (1996), pp. 257, Ann Arbor MI: University of Michigan Press (Revised edition. In press. To be published in 2004..).
  8. Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, 4 volumes, edited by Ole R. Holsti with Bruce W. Jentleson, Thomas Patterson and others (1996), New York: Oxford University Press.
  9. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, American Leadership in World Affairs: Vietnam and The Breakdown of Consensus (1984), pp. 301, Allen & Unwin: London and Winthrop MA.
  10. Change in the International System, edited by Ole R. Holsti with Alexander George and Randolph Siverson (1980), pp. 316, Boulder CO: Westview Press.
  11. O.R. Holsti, Unity and Disintegration in International Alliances: Comparative Studies (1973), pp. 293, New York: John Wiley and Sons (Reprinted by University Press of America 1985..).
  12. O.R. Holsti, Crisis, Escalation, War (1972), pp. 290, Montreal and London: McGill-Queen's University Press.
  13. O.R. Holsti, Content Analysis for the Social Sciences and Humanities (1969), pp. 235, Reading MA: Addison-Wesley (Selected as one of 35 "Significant Journalism and Communication Books of the Twentieth Century," Journalism and Mass Communication Review, Winter 1999, pp. 627-630..).
  14. O.R. Holsti with George Gerbner and others, The Analysis of Communication Content: Developments in Scientific Theories and Computer Techniques (1969), pp. 529, New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  15. O.R. Holsti with David J. Farley and Richard R. Fagen, Enemies in Politics (1967), pp. 257, Chicago: Rand McNally (Translated and republished under the title, El enemigo en politica. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Libera, 1976..).
  16. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North, M. George Zaninovich, and Dina A. Zinnes, Content Analysis: A Handbook with Application for the Study of International Crisis (1963), pp. 182, Evanston, IL.: Northwestern University Press.

Chapters in Books

  1. O.R. Holsti, American Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: Did the September 11 Attacks Change Everything." in David Forsythe, Patrice McMahon, and Andrew Wedeman, editors, American Foreign Policy in a Globalized World. New York:Routledge, 2006, pp. 141-71. (2006).
  2. O.R. Holsti, Canadian Foreign Policy in an Era of American Hegemony, in Independence in an Age of Empire: Assessing Unilateralism and Multilateralism, edited by Graham Walker (2004), pp. 237-247, Dalhousie University Press.
  3. O.R. Holsti, Military Alliances, in Encyclopedia of Government and Politics, edited by Mary Hawksworth and Maurice Kogan (2004), pp. 1007-1027, Routledge.
  4. O.R. Holsti, "Theories of International Relations", in Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations, edited by Michael J. Hogan and Thomas G. Paterson (2004), Cambridge University Press.
  5. O.R. Holsti, American Public Opinion on Foreign Policy: Pre-and Post-September 11, in Striking First, edited by Christopher Dolan and Betty Glad (2004), pp. 149-165, New York: Palgrave.
  6. O.R. Holsti, The Value of International Tension Measurement, in The Economics of Conflict, edited by Todd Sandler and Keith Hartley (2003), Camberly, England: Edward Elgar.
  7. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: Challenges to the Almond-Lippmann Consensus, in American Foreign Policy: Dynamics of Choice, edited by Bruce Jentleson (2003), New York: Norton.
  8. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: Where We Were, Are, and Should Strive to Be, in Millennial Reflections on International Studies, edited by Michael Brecher and Frank Harvey (2002), pp. 514-528, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  9. O.R. Holsti, Alliances, Political, in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, Editor-in-Chef, vol. 1 (2002), pp. 397-401, Oxford, England: Elsevier.
  10. O.R. Holsti, Foreward, in Richard Sobel. Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy: From Vietnam to the Nineties (2002), pp. vii-ix, New York: Oxford Press.
  11. O.R. Holsti, Of Chasms and Convergences: Attitudes and Beliefs of Civilians and Military Elites at the Start of a New Millennium, in Soldiers and Civilians: The Civili-Military Gap and American National Security, edited by Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn (2001), pp. 15-99, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  12. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, in Eagle Rules? Foreign Policy and American Primacy in the 21st Century, edited by Rpbert J. Lieber (2001), Prentice-Hall and the Woodrow Wilson Center.
  13. O.R. Holsti, Promotion of Democracy as Popular Demand, in American Democracy Promotion: Impulses, Strategies, and Impacts, edited by Michael Cox, J. John Ikenberry and Takashi Inogushi (2000), pp. 151-180, New York: Oxford University Press.
  14. O.R. Holsti, Public Attitudes after the Cold War, in Decision Making in a Glass House: Mass Media, Public Opinion, and American and European Foreign Policy int he 21st Century, edited by Robert Y. Shapiro, Pierangelo Isernia, and Brigitte Nacos (2000), pp. 211-219.
  15. O.R. Holsti, Reflections on Teaching and Active Learning, in The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning, edited by Jeffrey S. Lantis, Lynn M. Kuzma, and John Boehrer (2000), pp. 257-269, Lynn Rienner Publishers.
  16. O.R. Holsti, Pondering the Postinternational Perspective on the Public: Prescient or Premature Paradigm, in Pondering Postinternaltionalism: A Paradigm for the 21st Century?, edited by Heidi Hobbs (2000), pp. 117-134, Albany, NY: State University Press of New York.
  17. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion on Human Rights in American Foreign Policy, in The United States and Human Rights: Looking Inward and Outward, edited by David P. Forsythe (2000), pp. 131-174, Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
  18. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Political Foundations of Elite's Domestic and Foreign Policy Beliefs, in The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy: Insights and Evidence, edited by Eugene R. Wittkopf and James McCormick (1999), pp. 33-50, Boulder CO: Rowman and Littlefield.
  19. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy, in After the End: Making U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Environment, edited by James M. Scott (1998), pp. 138-169, Durham NC: Duke University Press.
  20. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, "U.S. Internationalism: Intact or in Trouble", in The Future of American Foreign Policy, edited by Eugene R. Wittkopf (1998), New York: St. Martin's Press.
  21. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion, in Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, edited by Bruce Jentleson, Thomas Paterson, Ole R. Holsti, et al., vol. III (1996), pp. 447-454, New York: Oxford University Press.
  22. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Gender and the Political Beliefs of American Leaders, in Women and World Politics, edited by Francine D'Amico and Peter Beckman (1995), pp. 113-141, Amherst MA: Bergin & Garvey.
  23. O.R. Holsti, Models of International Relations: Realist and Neoliberal Perspectives on Conflict and Cooperation, in The Global Agenda: Issues and Perspectives, 3rd edition, edited by Charles W. Kegley, Jr. and Eugene R. Wittkopf (1995), pp. 129-143, New York: McGraw-Hill (3rd ed., 1998, pp. 139-150. Revised and updated version, 4th ed., 2000..).
  24. O.R. Holsti, Theories of International Relations and Foreign Policy: Realism and its Challengers, in Controversies in International Relations Theory: Realism and the Neo-Liberal Challenge, edited by Charles W. Kegley (1994), pp. 35-66, New York: St. Martin's Press.
  25. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: The Structure of Foreign Policy Beliefs After the Cold War, in The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy: Insights and Evidence, edited by Eugene R. Wittkopf (1994), pp. 36-56, New York: St. Martin's Press.
  26. O.R. Holsti, The Post-War Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders: Persistence or Abatement of Partisan Cleavages?, in The Future of American Foreign Policy, edited by Eugene R. Wittkopf (1994), pp. 127-147, New York: St. Martin's Press.
  27. O.R. Holsti, U.S. Leadership Attitudes Toward the Soviet Union, 1976-1988, in Diplomacy, Force and Leadership: Essays in Honor of Alexander L. George, edited by Dan Caldwell and Timothy McKeown (1993), pp. 9-40, Boulder CO: Westview.
  28. O.R. Holsti, Alliances, in Encyclopedia of Government and Politics, edited by Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan (1992), pp. 1002-1024, London: Routledge.
  29. O.R. Holsti, American Reactions to the USSR: Public Opinon, in Soviet-American Relations After the Cold War, edited by Seweryn Bialer and Robert Jervis (1991), pp. 23-47, Durham NC: Duke University Press.
  30. O.R. Holsti, Crisis Management, in Psychological Dimensions of War, edited by Betty Glad (1990), pp. 116-142, Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
  31. O.R. Holsti, Crisis Decision-Making, in Behavior, Society, and Nuclear War, edited by Philip E. Tetlock, Jo L. Husbands, Robert Jervis, Paul C. Stern, and Charles Tilly, vol. 1 (1989), pp. 8-84, New York: Oxford University Press.
  32. O.R. Holsti, The Search for the Elusive Essence of Decision: Small Steps on a Long Road, in Journeys Through World Politics, edited by Joseph Kruzel and James N. Rosenau (1989), pp. 381-390, Lexington MA: D.C. Heath & Co..
  33. O.R. Holsti, What Are the Russians Up To Now: The Beliefs of American Leaders About the Soviet Union and Soviet American Relations, 1976-1984, in East-West Conflict: Elite Perceptions and Political Options, edited by Michael Intriligator and Hans-Adolph Jacobsen (1988), pp. 45-105, Boulder CO: Westview Press.
  34. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, A Leadership Divided: The Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders, 1976-1984, in The Sources of American Foreign Policy, edited by Charles W. Kegley, Jr. and Eugene R. Wittkopf (1988), pp. 30-44, New York: St. Martin's Press (Reprinted in Jerel A. Rosati, editor, Readings in the Politics of United States Foreign Policy. Fort Worth TX: Harcourt Brace, 1998, pp. 360-376..).
  35. O.R. Holsti, The Media and American Foreign Policy: An Examination of Critiques from the Left and Right, in Theoretical Frameworks in the Contemporary World in Transition, edited by Kinhide Mushakoji and Hisakazu Usui (1987), pp. 31-55, Tokyo: Yu Shindo Kobunsha Publishers Company.
  36. O.R. Holsti, Crisis, in World Encyclopedia of Peace, vol. I (1987), pp. 209-212, Oxford: Pergamon Press (Second edition, edited by Young Seek Choue, New York: Oceana Publications, 1999, Vol. I, pp. 393-96..).
  37. O.R. Holsti, Crisis Management, in World Encyclopedia of Peace, vol. I (1987), pp. 212-215, Oxford: Pergamon Press (Second edition, edited by Young Seek Choue, New York: Oceana Publications, Vol. I, pp. 396-400..).
  38. O.R. Holsti, John Foster Dulles, in World Encyclopedia of Peace, vol. I (1987), pp. 263-264, Oxford: Pergamon Press (Second edition, edited by Young Seek Choue, New York: Oceana Publications, Vol. II, pp. 54-55..).
  39. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Containment, in Containment: Concept and Policy, edited by Terry Deibel and John Lewis Gaddis (1986), pp. 67-117, Washington: National Defense University Press (A revised version published in Terry L. Deibel and John Lewis Gaddis, (eds.), Containment. New York: Pergamon Press, 1987, pp. 59-77..).
  40. O.R. Holsti, Personalities of Decision-Makers: Introduction, in Psychology and the Prevention of Nuclear War, edited by Ralph K. White (1986), pp. 305-306, New York: New York University Press.
  41. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Prospects for Consensus in the 1980s, in A Reader in American Foreign Policy, edited by James M. McCormick (1986), pp. 369-378, Itasca IL: F.E. Peacock.
  42. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, A Leadership Divided: The Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders, 1976-1980, in The Sources of American Foreign Policy, edited by Charles W. Kegley, Jr. and Eugene R. Wittkopf (1983), pp. 196-212, New York: St. Martin's Press.
  43. O.R. Holsti, The 'Operational Code' Approach: Problems and Some Solutions, in Cognitive Dynamics and International Politics, edited by Crister Jonsson (75-90), pp. 75-90, London: Frances Pinter Publishers, Ltd..
  44. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Cold War Axioms in the Post-Vietnam Era, in Change in the International System, edited by Ole R. Holsti, Randolph M. Siverson and Alexander L. George (1980), pp. 263-301, Boulder CO: Westview Press.
  45. O.R. Holsti, Global Food Problems and Soviet Agriculture, in The Global Predicament: Ecological Perspectives on World Order, edited by David W. Orr and Marvin S. Soroos (1979), pp. 150-175, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  46. O.R. Holsti, Theories of Crisis Decision-Making, in Diplomacy: New Approaches in History, Theory, and Policy, edited by Paul Gordon Lauren (1979), pp. 99-136, New York: The Free Press (Reprinted in Robert O. Matthews, Arthur G. Ribinoff and Janice Gross Stein (eds.), International Conflict and Conflict Management. Scarborough, Canada: Prentice- Hall, 1984, pp. 65-83. Second edition, 1989, pp. 67-85. Reprinted in Paul R. Viotti and Mark V. Kauppi (eds.), International Relations Theory, New York: Macmillan, 1987, pp. 244- 281. Second edition, 1993, pp. 304-341. Third edition, 1999, pp. 269-280..).
  47. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, America's Foreign Policy Agenda: The Post-Vietnam Beliefs of American Leaders, in Challenges to America: United States Policy in the 1980s. Sage International Yearbook of Foreign Policy Studies, Vol. IV (1979), pp. 231-268, Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications.
  48. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The United States In (and out of) Vietnam: An Adaptive Transformation?, in The Year Book of World Affairs, edited by G.W. Keeton and G. Schwarzenberger (1979), pp. 186-204, London: The London Institute of World Affairs (Reprinted in James N. Rosenau, The Study of Political Adaptation. London: Frances Pinter Publishers, Ltd., 1981, 169-186..).
  49. O.R. Holsti, Content Analysis, in Political Science: History, Scope and Methods, edited by Donald M. Freeman (1977), pp. 278-312, New York: The Free Press.
  50. O.R. Holsti, A Typology of 'Operational Code' Belief Systems, in Decision-Making Research: Some Recent Developments (1977), pp. 31-130, Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.
  51. O.R. Holsti, Foreign Policy Decision-Makers Viewed Cognitively, in The Structure of Decision, edited by Robert Alexrod (1976), pp. 18-54, Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press (Reprinted in G. Matthew Bonham and Michael J. Shapiro (eds.), Thought and Action in Foreign Policy, Basel: Birkhauser Verlag, 1977, 9-74..).
  52. O.R. Holsti, Alliances and Coalition Diplomacy, in World Politics, edited by James N. Rosenau, Kenneth Thompson, and Gavin Boyd (1976), pp. 337-372, New York: The Free Press.
  53. O.R. Holsti, Foreign Policy Decision-Makers Viewed Psychologically, in In Search of Global Patterns, edited by James N. Rosenau (1976), pp. 120-144, New York: The Free Press.
  54. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Nazli Choucri, A Reevaluation of the Research Program of the Stanford Studies in International Conflict and Integration, in Quantitative International Politics: An Appraisal, edited by Francis W. Hoole and Dina A. Zinnes (1976), pp. 435-459, New York: Praeger Publishers.
  55. O.R. Holsti with Alexander George, The Effects of Stress on the Performance of Foreign Policy Makers, in Political Science Annual, edited by Cornelius P. Cotter, vol. 6 (1975), pp. 255-319, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.
  56. O.R. Holsti, Time, Alternatives, and Communication: The 1914 and Cuban Missile Crises, in International Crises: Insights from Behavioral Research, edited by Charles F. Hermann (1972), pp. 58-80, New York: The Free Press.
  57. O.R. Holsti, Political Processes and Foreign Policy: Decision-Making in Crisis and Non-Crisis Situations, in Systems and Actors in International Politics, edited by Leroy Graymer (1971), pp. 67-102, San Francisco: Chandler Press.
  58. O.R. Holsti with John D. Sullivan, Non-Conforming Bloc Politics: France and the People's Republic of China, in Linkage Politics: Essays on the Convergence of National and International Systems (1969), pp. 147-195, New York: The Free Press.
  59. O.R. Holsti, Content Analysis in Political Research, in Computers and the Policy-Making Community, edited by Davis Bobrow and Judah Schwartz (1968), pp. 111-153, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  60. O.R. Holsti, Wealth, Race, Culture and International Conflict, in Issues in American Public Policy, edited by John H. Bunzel (1968), pp. 360-372, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  61. O.R. Holsti, Content Analysis, in The Handbook of Social Psychology, 2nd ed., Vol. II, edited by Gardner Lindzey and Elliott Aronson (1968), pp. 596-692, Reading MA: Addison-Wesley.
  62. O.R. Holsti, Weapons, War and Political Influence, in International Politics: A Framework for Analysis, edited by K.J. Holsti (1967), pp. 346-386, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice Hall (Second edition, 1972, 305-352. Third edition, 1977, 306-356. Fourth edition, 1983, 263-310. Fifth edition, 1988, 271- 313. Sixth edition, 1992, 228-268. Seventh edition, 1995, 212-249..).
  63. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Richard A. Brody, Perception and Action inthe 1914 Crisis, in Quantitative International Politics: Insights and Evidence, edited by J. David Singer (1967), pp. 123-158, New York: The Free Press (Reprinted in John A. Vasquez (ed.), Classics of International Relations, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1986, 182-192. Second edition, 1990, 194-204. Third edition, 1996, 200-210..).
  64. O.R. Holsti, External Conflict and Internal Cohesion: The Sino-Soviet Case, in The General Inquirer: A Computer Approach to Content of Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences (1966), pp. 343-358, Cambridge MA: M.I.T. Press (Reprinted in Jan F. Triska (ed.), Communist Party-States International and Comparative Studies, Indianapolis IN: Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 1969, 337-352..).
  65. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North, Perceptions of Hostility and Economic Variables, in Comparing Nations, edited by Richard Merritt and Stein Rokkan (1966), pp. 169-190, New Haven: Yale University Press (Reprinted in a revised version under the title, "Perceptions of Hostility and Financial Indices During the 1914 Crisis: An Experiment in Validating Content Analysis Data," in Naomi Rosenbaum (ed.), Reading on The International Political System, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1970, pp. 112-132..).
  66. O.R. Holsti, Computer Content Analysis as a Tool in International Relations Research, in Computers for the Humanities? (1965), pp. 91-99, New Haven: Yale University Press (Reprinted in Edmund A. Bowles (ed.), Computers in Humanistic Research. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1967, 108-117..).
  67. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North, The History of Human Conflict, in The Nature of Human Conflict, edited by Elton B. McNeil (1965), pp. 155-171, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice Hall.
  68. O.R. Holsti, Private Perceptions and Public Policy, in The Grand Design (1964), Los Angeles: University of Southern California Press.

Journal Articles

  1. O.R. Holsti, To See Ourselves as Others See Us: How Publics Abroad View the United States in the Post-9/11 Era, Public Opinion Pros (May, 2005) [titleDetailDesc.do].
  2. O.R. Holsti, Identity of the U.S. Military, Perspectives in Politics, vol. 2 (September, 2004), pp. 557-560.
  3. O.R. Holsti, Robert Carver North, International Studies Perspectives, vol. 4 (May 2003), pp. 230-232 (Also in PS: Political Science and Politics. 37 (April 2003): 326-327.).
  4. O.R. Holsti, Politicization of the U.S. Military? Crisis or Tempest in a Teapot?, International Journal, vol. 57 (Winter 2001-2002), pp. 1-18.
  5. O.R. Holsti, Civil-Military Relations: How Wide the Gap? Response, International Security, vol. 24 (Fall, 1999), pp. 204-207.
  6. O.R. Holsti, A Widening Gap Between the Military and Society? Some Evidence, 1976-1996, International Security, vol. 23 (Winter 1998-1999), pp. 5-42.
  7. O.R. Holsti, Will the Real Dulles Please Stand Up?, International Journal, vol. XXX (1997), pp. 34-44 (Reprinted in Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 72 (1997): 84-88..).
  8. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Liberals, Populists, Libertarians and Conservatives: The Link Between Domestic and International Affairs, International Political Science Review, vol. 17 (1996), pp. 29-55.
  9. O.R. Holsti, Case Teaching: Transforming Foreign Policy Courses with Cases, International Studies Notes, vol. 19 (1994), pp. 7-13.
  10. O.R. Holsti, Toward an Operational Definition Consensus, American Review of Politics, vol. 14 (1993), pp. 309-339.
  11. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Structure of Foreign Policy Beliefs Among American Opinion Leaders--After the Cold War, Millennium, vol. 22 (1993), pp. 235-278.
  12. O.R. Holsti, Teaching International Relations in the Post-Cold War Era, International Studies Notes, vol. 18 (1993), pp. 1-4.
  13. O.R. Holsti, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: Challenges to the Almond-Lippmann Consensus, International Studies Quarterly, vol. 36 (1992), pp. 439-466 (Reprinted in Charles W. Kegley, Jr. and Eugene R. Wittkopf, editors, American Foreign Policy: Pattern and Process, 5th edition, New York: St. Martin's Press, in press. Reprinted in G. John Ikenberry, American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays, New York: Addison Wesley Longman, 1999, pp. 361- 392. Reprinted in Bruce Jentleson, editor, Perspectives on American Foreign Policy: Readings and Cases, Malden MA: Blackwell, 2000, pp. 184-196. Reprinted in Bruce Jentleson. American Foreign Policy: Dynamics of Choice. New York: Norton, 2003..).
  14. O.R. Holsti, International Systems, System Change and Foreign Policy, Diplomatic History, vol. 15 (1991), pp. 83-90.
  15. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Structure of Foreign Policy Attitudes Among American Leaders, Journal of Politics, vol. 52 (1990), pp. 94-125.
  16. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Emerging U.S. Consensus on Foreign Policy, Orbis, vol. 34 (1990), pp. 579-596.
  17. O.R. Holsti, Models of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Diplomatic History, vol. XIII (1989), pp. 15-44 (Translated into Spanish and published as "Modelos de Relaciones Internacionales y Politica Exterior," Foro Interacional 29 (1989), pp. 525-560. Reprinted in Michael J. Hogan and Thomas Paterson, editors, Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991, pp. 57-88. Reprinted in G. John Ikenberry, editor, American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays. New York: Longman, 1996, pp. 66-92. Third edition, Addison Wesley Longman, 1999, pp. 37-64..).
  18. O.R. Holsti, The Political Psychology of International Politics: More than a Luxury, Political Psychology, vol. 10 (1989), pp. 495-500.
  19. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Domestic and Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders, Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol. XXXII (June, 1988), pp. 248-294.
  20. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Consensus Lost? Consensus Regained? Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders, 1976-1980, International Studies Quarterly, vol. XXX (December, 1986), pp. 375-410.
  21. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders: Some Further Thoughts on Theory and Methods, International Studies Quarterly, vol. XXX (December, 1986), pp. 473-484.
  22. O.R. Holsti, The Bifurcation of American and Non-American Perspectives on Foreign Policy, PS, vol. XVII (Summer, 1984), pp. 553-557.
  23. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, American Leadership in a Shrinking World: the Breakdown of Consensus and the Emergence of Conflicting Belief Systems, World Politics, vol. XXXV (April, 1983), pp. 368-392 (Reprinted in G. John Ikenberry, editor, American Foreign Policy: Theoretical Essays. Glenview IL: Scott, Foresman, 1989, pp. 561-582..).
  24. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Foreign Policy Beliefs of Women in Leadership Positions, Journal of Politics (May, 1981), pp. 326-347 (Reprinted in Ellen Boneparth, editor, Women, Power, and Policy. New York: Pergamon Press, 1982, pp. 238-262..).
  25. O.R. Holsti, Historians, Social Scientists, and Crisis Management: An Alternative View, Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol. 24 (December, 1980), pp. 655-682.
  26. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Does Where You Stand Depend on When You Were Born?" The Impact of Generation on Post-Vietnam Foreign Policy Beliefs, Public Opinion Quarterly, vol. XLIV (Spring, 1980), pp. 1-22.
  27. O.R. Holsti, Foreign Policy Issues and the 1980 Elections: Context, Hopes, Fears, AEI Foreign Policy and Defense Review, vol. 2 no. 5 (1980), pp. 15-18.
  28. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Vietnam, Consensus and the Belief Systems of American Leaders, World Politics, vol. XXXII (October, 1979), pp. 1-56.
  29. O.R. Holsti, The Three Headed Eagle: The United States and System Change, International Studies Quarterly, vol. 23 (September, 1979), pp. 339-359.
  30. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Public Opinion and Soviet Foreign Policy: Competitive Belief Systems in the Policy-Making Process, Naval War College Review, vol. XXXII (July-August 1979) (Reprinted in Congressional Record, Vol. 125, No. 134 (October 5, 1979) S14185- S14188..).
  31. O.R. Holsti, Limitation of Cognitive Abilities in the Face of Crisis, Journal of Business Administration (Spring, 1978), pp. 39-55 (Reprinted in C.F. Smart and W.T. Stanbury (eds.), Studies on Crisis Management. Montreal: Butterworth & Co., Ltd., 1978..).
  32. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, The Meaning of Vietnam: Belief System of American Leaders, International Journal, vol. XXXII (1977), pp. 452-474.
  33. O.R. Holsti, Cognitive Process Approaches to Decision-Making: Foreign Policy Actors Viewed Psychologically, American Behavioral Scientist, vol. XX (September-October 1976), pp. 11-32.
  34. O.R. Holsti, The Baseline Problem in Statistics: Examples from Studies of American Public Policy, Journal of Politics, vol. XXXVI (1975), pp. 187-201.
  35. O.R. Holsti, The Study of International Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows: Theories of the Radical Right and Radical Left, American Political Science Review, vol. LXVIII (1974), pp. 217-242.
  36. O.R. Holsti, Will the Real Dulles Please Stand Up, International Jounral, vol. XXX (1974-1975), pp. 34-44 (Reprinted in Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 72 (1997): 84-88.).
  37. O.R. Holsti, Review Essay: Essence of Decision, Western Political Quarterly, vol. XXV (1972), pp. 136-140.
  38. O.R. Holsti, Crisis, Stress and Decision-Making, International Social Science Journal, vol. XXII (1971), pp. 53-67 (Reprinted in Richard A. Falk and Samuel S. Kim (eds.), The War System: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Boulder CO: Westview Press, 1980, 491-508..).
  39. O.R. Holsti, The 'Operational Code' Approach to the Study of Political Leaders: John Foster Dulles' Philosophical and Instrumental Beliefs, Canadian Journal of Political Science, vol. III (1970), pp. 123-157.
  40. O.R. Holsti, Individual Differences in 'Definition of the Situation', Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol. XIV (1970), pp. 303-310.
  41. O.R. Holsti, Computer Content Analysis for Measuring Attitudes: The Assessment of Qualities and Performance, Computer Studies in the Humanities and Verbal Behavior, vol. I (1968), pp. 200-216.
  42. O.R. Holsti with Lincoln Moses and others, Scaling Data on International Action, Science, vol. 156 no. 3778 (May 16, 1967), pp. 1054-1059.
  43. O.R. Holsti, Cognitive Dynamics and Images of the Enemy, Journal of International Affairs, vol. XXI (1967), pp. 16-39 (Reprinted in John C. Farrell and Asa P. Smith (eds.), Image and Reality in World Politics, New York: Columbia University Press, 1967, 16-39. Reprinted under the title, "The Cognitive Structuring of John Foster Dulles," in George Cole, John H. Kessel and Robert G. Seddig (eds.), Micropolitics, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970, 384-404. Reprinted in Samuel A. Kirkpatrick and Lawrence K. Petit, (eds.), The Social Psychology of Political Life. Belmont CA: Duxbury Press, 1972, 227-242. Reprinted under the title, "Enemies Are Those Whom We Define As Such: A Case Study," in Ivo D. Duchacek (ed.), Discord and Harmony, New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1972, 184-194..).
  44. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Richard A. Brody, International Relations as a Social Science: A Research Approach, International Social Science Journal, vol. XVII (1966).
  45. O.R. Holsti, East-West Conflict and Sino-Soviet Relations, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, vol. I (1965), pp. 115-130.
  46. O.R. Holsti, The 1914 Case, American Political Science Review, vol. LIX (1965), pp. 365-378 (Reprinted in Peter Toma and Andrew Gyorgy (eds.), Basic Issues in International Relations, Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1967, 140- 160. Reprinted in Bobbs-Merrill Reprinted Series in the Social Sciences, No. PS-392. Reprinted in John E. Mueller (ed.), Approaches to Measurement in International Relations, New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1969, 226-247..).
  47. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Richard A. Brody, Violencia y Hostilidad: El Camino Hacia La Guerra Mondial, Revista de Estudies Politicos no. 141-142 (Mayo-Agosto 1965), pp. 33-54.
  48. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Richard A. Brody, Measuring Affect and Action in International Reaction Models: Empirical Materials from the 1962 Cuban Crisis, Peace Research Society Papers II (1965), pp. 170-190 (Reprinted in Journal of Peace Research, I (1964), 170-190. Reprinted in James N. Rosenau (ed.), International Politics and Foreign Policy, 2nd ed., New York: The Free Press, 1969, 679-696. Reprinted in Louis Kriesberg (ed.), Social Processes in International Relations. New York: Wiley 1968, 390-414. Reprinted in a revised version under the title, "The Management of International Crisis: Affect and Action American-Soviet Relations, October 1962" in Dean Pruitt and Richard C. Synder (eds.), Theory and Research on the Causes of War. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1969, 62-79. Reprinted under the title, "The Management of International-Crisis" in Melvin Small and J. David Singer (eds.), International War. Homewood IL: Dorsey Press, 1985, 263- 274. Reprinted in I. William Zartman (ed.), The 50% Solution: How to Bargain Successfully with Hijackers, Strikers, Bosses, Oil Magnates, Arabs, Russians, and Other Worthy Opponents in This Modern World, Garden City, NY: Anchor Books, 1976, 261-287..).
  49. O.R. Holsti, The Bipolar World: Has It Ended?, War/Peace Report (September, 1964), pp. 14-15.
  50. O.R. Holsti, An Adaptation of the 'General Inquirer' for the Systematic Analysis of Political Documents, Behavioral Science, vol. XI (1964), pp. 383-388.
  51. O.R. Holsti, The Citizen, the Scholar, and the Policy-Maker: Some Dissenting Views, Background, vol. VIII (1964), pp. 93-99.
  52. O.R. Holsti with Robert C. North and Richard A. Brody, Some Empirical Data on the Conflict Spiral, Peace Research Society, Papers I (1964), pp. 1-14.
  53. O.R. Holsti, The Value of International Tension-Measurement, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol. VII (1963), pp. 608-617 (Also published in Journal of Arms Control, I (1963), 702-711. Reprinted in Tood Sandler and Keith Hartley, editors. The Economics of Conflict. Camberley, England: Edward Elgar, 2003..).
  54. O.R. Holsti, The Belief System and National Images: A Case Study, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol. VI (1962), pp. 244-252 (Reprinted in Davis Bobrow (ed.), Components of Defense Policy, Chicago: Rand McNally, 1965, 378-389. Reprinted in James N. Rosenau (ed.), International Politics and Foreign Policy, 2nd ed., New York: The Free Press, 1969, 543-550. Reprinted in William D. Coplin and Charles W. Kegley (eds.), A Multi-Method Introduction to International Politics, Chicago: Markham Publishing Co., 1971, 31- 42. Reprinted in William C. Vocke, (ed.), American Foriegn Policy: An Analytical Approach, New York: The Free Press, 1976, 70-77. Reprinted in William D. Coplin and Charles W. Kegley, (eds.), Analyzing International Relations, New York: Praeger Publishers, 1975, 22-33..).

Papers Accepted

  1. O.R. Holsti, American Public Opinon and Foreign Policy: Did the September 11 Attacks Change Everything?, edited by David P. Forsythe (2006).

Book Reviews

  1. Ron Robin, The Making of the Cold War Enemy, Journal of Communication (to be published 2004).

Other

  1. O.R. Holsti, A Widening Gap Between the Military and Society? Some Evidence, 1976-1996, in Project on U.S. Post-Cold War Civil-Military Relations. Project on Cold-War Civil-Military Relations (October, 1997), Olin Institute, Harvard University. Working Paper No. 13.
  2. O.R. Holsti, Turning Undergraduate Students into Case Writers, Pew Case Study Program (1997), Georgetown University.
  3. O.R. Holsti, The 1940 Destroyer Deal with Great Britain, Pew Case Study Program (1993), Washington: Georgetown University.
  4. O.R. Holsti, The Domestic and Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders: 1988, Report to the National Science Foundation on Grant No. SES-87-22646 (1990), pp. 371.
  5. O.R. Holsti, The Lessons of Vietnam and the Breakdown of Consensus on Foreign and Domestic Policy: A Study of American Leadership, Report to the National Science Foundation on Grant No. SES-83-09036 (1985), pp. 251.
  6. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Consensus and Change in Foreign Policy Opinions Among American Leaders, Report to the National Science Foundation on Grant No. SOC 79-13977 (1982), pp. 270.
  7. O.R. Holsti, The Three-Headed Eagle Revisited: Who Are the Cold War Interantionalists. Post-Cold War. Internationalists and Isolationists (1981), pp. 161, Durham, NC, Duke University.
  8. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Does Where You Stand Depend on When You Were Born? The Impact of Generation on Post-Vietnam Foreign Policy Beliefs (1978), pp. 94.
  9. O.R. Holsti, The 'Operational Code' as an Approach to the Analysis of Belief Systems, in Report to the National Science Foundation on Grant No. SOC 75-15368 (1977), pp. 271.
  10. O.R. Holsti with James N. Rosenau, Vietnam, Consensus and the Belief Systems of American Leaders (1977), pp. 164.
  11. O.R. Holsti, Perceptions of Time, Perceptions of Alternatives, and Patterns of Communication as Factors in Crisis Decision-Making, Peace Research Society Papers, III (1965), pp. 79-120.
  12. O.R. Holsti, A System of Automated Content Analysis of Documents (1963), China Lake, California.
  13. O.R. Holsti, Research in International Crisis, Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain-Plains Peace Research Conference (1963), pp. 30-31, Fort Collins: Colorado State University.

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