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Publications of Ole R Holsti    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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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