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The following is a list of papers on international relations of interest to psychologists.

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  • Adams, W. A. (2005). "We Don't Want the Smoking Gun to Be a Mushroom Cloud": PsycCRITIQUES Vol 50 (31), 2005.
  • Adelsward, V., & Oberg, B.-M. (1998). The function of laughter and joking in negotiation activities. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 11, 411-429.
  • Adler, N.J. (1986). Do MBAs want international careers? International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 10, 277-300.
  • Agatiello, O.R. (2007). Is South-South trade the answer to alleviating poverty? Management Decision, 45, 1252-1269.
  • Agid-Ben Yehuda, H., & Auerbach, Y. (1991). Attitudes to an existence conflict: Allon and Peres on the Palestinian issue, 1967-1987. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 35, 519-546.
  • Alanen, Y.O. (1985). On the psychology of the world community: Some points of view derived from systemic paradigm. Psychiatria Fennica Vol 16 1985, 107-112.
  • al-'Azzam, A.-a.-M., & Zahir, A. (1990). US public opinion sources and the Israeli-Arab struggle: A field study on sample trends in American society. Dirasat Vol 17(3-A) Jul 1990, 182-201.
  • Albou, P. (1991). The scope of psychology in the development of international economic relations. Psychologie v Ekonomicke Praxi Vol 26(4) 1991, 175-188.
  • Aleksandrowicz, D.R. (1974). The psychiatrist in national emergency. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Vol 34(1) 1974, 85-90.
  • Aletky, P.J., & Hitchins, B.H. (1984). Psychology in the Public Forum: The Psychologist and Organized Labor. American Psychologist Vol 39(4) Apr 1984, 428.
  • Alexander, G. (2007). International relations theory meets world politics. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Alexander, J.M., & Saaty, T.L. (1977). The forward and backward processes of conflict analysis. Behavioral Science Vol 22(2) Mar 1977, 87-98.
  • Alexander, M.G., Levin, S., & Henry, P. J. (2005). Image Theory, Social Identity, and Social Dominance: Structural Characteristics and Individual Motives Underlying International Images. Political Psychology Vol 26(1) Feb 2005, 27-45.
  • Alexander, N., & Myers, H. (2000). The retail internationalisation process. International Marketing Review Vol 17(4-5) 2000, 334-353.
  • Alex-Assensoh, Y., & Assensoh, A.B. (1998). The politics of cross-cultural marriage: An examination of a Ghanaian/African-American case. New York, NY: Berg.
  • Ali, A. J., Lee, M., & Camp, R. C. (2002). Export attitudes of Taiwanese executives. Journal of Global Marketing Vol 16(1-2) 2002, 27-46.
  • Allen, V. L. (1974). Prognosis Uncertain: International Crises. PsycCRITIQUES Vol 19 (3), Mar, 1974.
  • Alromaithy, A., & Reynolds, A. (1981). A new model for international training. Training & Development Journal Vol 35(10) Oct 1981, 63-69.
  • Alvarado, C. S. (1989). The language barrier in parapsychology. Journal of Parapsychology Vol 53(2) Jun 1989, 125-139.
  • Alvik, T. (1968). The problem of anxiety in connection with investigations concerning children's conception of war and peace. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research No 3-4 1968, 215-233.
  • Ammon, G. (1984). Peace and aggression. Dynamische Psychiatrie Vol 17(5-6) 1984, 393-403.
  • Amoo, S.G., & Zartman, I.W. (1992). Mediation by regional organizations. The Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Chad. New York, NY, England: St Martin'S Press, Inc.
  • Anast, P. (1969). Blaming the nation: Fad or maturity? Journalism Quarterly Vol 46(3) Fal 1969, 552-557.
  • Anderson, S. K. (1998). Warnings versus alarms: Terrorist threat analysis applied to the Iranian state-run media. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Vol 21(3) Jul-Sep 1998, 277-305.
  • Anogianakis, G., Ilonidis, G., Anogeianaki, A., Milliaras, S., Klisarova, A., Temelkov, T., et al. (2003). A clinical and educational telemedicine link between Bulgaria and Greece. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare Vol 9(Suppl2) 2003, 2-4.
  • Anonymous. (1967). International Conference on the History of French Psychiatry with Reference to Other Psychiatries: Paris, June 27-30, 1967: Annales Medico-Psychologiques 2(2) 1967, 328-331.
  • Antler, L., & Zaretsky, H.H. (1967). National Consciousness among Foreign Physicians in the United States: Correlates in Attitude, Adjustment, Personality, and Demographic Variables. Journal of Social Psychology 71(2) 1967, 209-220.
  • Antrim, L. N., & Sebenius, J. K. (1992). Formal individual mediation and the negotiators' dilemma: Tommy Koh at the Law of the Sea Conference. New York, NY, England: St Martin'S Press, Inc.
  • Appelbaum, S. A. (1989). Couchside Diplomacy. PsycCRITIQUES Vol 34 (10), Oct, 1989.
  • Aquilar, F., & Galluccio, M. (2008). Psychological processes in international negotiations: Theoretical and practical perspectives. New York, NY: Springer Science + Business Media.
  • Aranda, L. (1986). International trading: Programs for success. Training & Development Journal Vol 40(4) Apr 1986, 71-73.
  • Arasteh, K. (2004). Denying History: Comment. American Psychologist Vol 59(3) Apr 2004, 182.
  • Arbatov, A. G. (1991). Arms control and arms reduction: View II. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Arcidiacono, F. (2007). Studying the practice of cooperation and collaboration within an international research project on the everyday lives of families. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science Vol 41(2) Jun 2007, 139-153.
  • Ardila, R. (2005). Psychological Factors in International Politics. PsycCRITIQUES Vol 50 (7), 2005.
  • Arutyunyan, Y. V. (1969). The empirico-sociological study of nationality relations: Voprosy Filosofii 23(12) 1969, 129-139.
  • Ashcroft, R. (2002). Commentary: Biomedical research, trade policy and international health: Beyond medical ethics. Social Science & Medicine Vol 54(7) Apr 2002, 1143-1144.
  • Ashour, O. (2004). Security, oil, and internal politics: The causes of the Russo-Chechen conflicts: Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Vol 27(2) Mar-April 2004, 127-143.
  • Askenasy, A. R. (1968). Factors affecting the ability to estimate attitudes of a foreign population: Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association 3 1968, 641-642.
  • Astorino-Courtois, A. (1995). The cognitive structure of decision making and the course of Arab-Israeli relations, 1970-1978. Journal of Conflict Resolution Vol 39(3) Sep 1995, 419-438.
  • Ato, M., & Eid, M. (2005). Methodology - A European Perspective: Methodology: European Journal of Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Vol 1(1) 2005, 1.
  • Auerbach, Y. (1986). Turning-point decisions: A cognitive-dissonance analysis of conflict reduction in Israel-West German relations. Political Psychology Vol 7(3) Sep 1986, 533-550.

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  • Baar, M., & Ritivoi, A. D. (2006). The Transylvanian Babel: Negotiating national identity through language in a disputed territory: Language & Communication Vol 26(3-4) Jul-Oct 2006, 203-217.
  • Bacharach, A. J. (2007). So close yet so far: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 52 (25), 2007.
  • Bacon, V. L. (2004). The quest to understand terrorism: PsycCRITIQUES Vol 49 (Suppl 9), 2004.
  • Baden-Fuller, C., & Ang, S. H. (2001). Building reputations: The role of alliances in the European business school scene: Long Range Planning: International Journal of Strategic Management Vol 34(6) Dec 2001, 741-755.
  • Baggerly, J. (2007). International interventions and challenges following the crisis of natural disasters. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Bagshaw, D., Lepp, M., & Zorn, C. R. (2007). International research collaboration: Building teams and managing conflicts: Conflict Resolution Quarterly Vol 24(4) Sum 2007, 433-446.
  • Baker, W. D., & Oneal, J. R. (2001). Patriotism or opinion leadership? The nature and origins of the "rally "round the flag" effect: Journal of Conflict Resolution Vol 45(5) Oct 2001, 661-687.
  • Balon, R., Munoz, R. A., & Rao, N. R. (1999). The international medical graduate in American psychiatry. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Barbieri, K., & Reuveny, R. (2005). Economic Globalization and Civil War: Journal of Politics Vol 67(4) Nov 2005, 1228-1247.
  • Barry, A. J. (1967). Physical Activity and Psychic Stress/Strain: Canadian Medical Association Journal 96(12) 1967, 848-853.
  • Bar-Tal, D. (1990). Israeli-Palestinian conflict: A cognitive analysis: International Journal of Intercultural Relations Vol 14(1) 1990, 7-29.
  • Bar-Tal, D. (1993). American convictions about conflictive U.S.A.-U.S.S.R. relations: A case of group beliefs. Chicago, IL, England: Nelson-Hall, Inc.
  • Bar-Tal, D., Kruglanski, A. W., & Klar, Y. (1989). Conflict termination: An epistemological analysis of international cases: Political Psychology Vol 10(2) Jun 1989, 233-255.
  • Bar-Tal, D., & Vertzberger, Y. Y. I. (1997). Between hope and fear: A dialogue on the peace process in the Middle East and the polarized Israeli society: Political Psychology Vol 18(3) Sep 1997, 667-700.
  • Bartels, D., & Bartels, A. L. (2006). Indigenous Peoples of the Russian North and Cold War Ideology: Anthropologica Vol 48(2) 2006, 265-279.
  • Barton, R. L. (1990). Ties that blind in Canadian/American relations: Politics of news discourse. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Bartone, P. T., & Adler, A. B. (1999). Cohesion over time in a peacekeeping medical task force: Military Psychology Vol 11(1) 1999, 85-107.
  • Bar-Zion, B. (2004). Understanding Barriers to Peace: Reflecting on Israeli-Palestinian Economic Negotiations: Negotiation Journal Vol 20(3) Jul 2004, 383-400.
  • Bates, R. A. (2001). Equity, respect, and responsibility: An international perspective: Advances in Developing Human Resources Vol 3(1) Feb 2001, 11-14.
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  • Baugh, W. H. (1977). Response to sudden shifts in a two-nation arms race: Behavioral Science Vol 22(2) Mar 1977, 69-86.
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  • Bauman, Z. (2001). Identity in the globalising world: Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale Vol 9(2) Jun 2001, 121-129.
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