Dan Reiter and Andrew Wagstaff, “Leadership and Military Effectiveness,” Foreign Policy Analysis (forthcoming).

Dan Reiter, “Unifying the Study of the Causes and Duration of Wars,” Polity 50 (April 2018): 168-177.

Dan Reiter, Allan C. Stam, and Michael C. Horowitz, “A Deeper Look at Interstate War Data: Interstate War Data version 1.1,” Research and Politics (October-November 2016): 1-3.

Dan Reiter, Allan C. Stam, and Michael C. Horowitz, “A Revised Look At Interstate Wars, 1816-2007,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 60 (August 2016): 956-976.

Dan Reiter, “The Positivist Study of Gender and International Relations,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (October 2015): 1301-1326.

Dan Reiter, “Should We Leave Behind the Subfield of International Relations?” Annual Review of Political Science 18 (2015).

Dan Reiter, “Security Commitments and Nuclear Proliferation,” Foreign Policy Analysis 10 (January 2014): 61-80. Update version in Erik Gartzke, Matthew Kroenig, and Neil Narang, eds., Nonproliferation Policy and Nuclear Posture: Causes and Consequences for the Spread of Nuclear Weapons (New York: Routledge, 2016).

Simon A. Mettler and Dan Reiter, “Ballistic Missiles and International Conflict,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 57 (October 2013): 854-880.

Dan Reiter, “Democracy, Deception, and Entry Into War,” Security Studies, vol. 21, no. 4 (2012): 594-623. See scholarly exchange on this article at http://www.h-

Dan Reiter, “Democratic Aggression and the Search for Victory,” St Antony’s International Review 7 (May 2011): 172-177.

Scott Wolford, Dan Reiter, and Clifford Carrubba, “Information, Commitment, and War,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (August 2011): 556-579.

Goran Peic and Dan Reiter, “Foreign Imposed Regime Change, State Power, and Civil War Onset, 1920-2004,” British Journal of Political Science 41 (July 2011): 453-475.

Dan Reiter, “A Lack of Trust: The American Decision to Escalate the Korean War,” 21st Century International Review, issue 1 no. 2 (2010) [in Chinese].

Dan Reiter, “Correspondence: FDR, U.S. Entry into World War II, and Selection Effects Theory,” International Security 35 (Fall 2010): 176-181. Reprinted in Michael E. Brown et al, eds, Do Democracies Win Their Wars? (Cambridge: MIT Press), 282-289.

Dan Reiter and Allan C. Stam, “Correspondence: Another Skirmish in the Battle over Democracies and War,” International Security 34 (Fall 2009): 194-200. Reprinted in Michael Brown et al, eds, Do Democracies Win Their Wars? (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011), 233-240.

Nigel Lo, Barry Hashimoto, and Dan Reiter, “Ensuring Peace: Foreign Imposed Regime Change and Postwar Peace Duration, 1914-2001,” International Organization (October 2008): 717-736.

Sara Jackson Wade and Dan Reiter, “Does Democracy Matter? Regime Type and Suicide Terrorism,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 51 (April 2007): 329-348.

Dan Reiter, “Preventive Attacks Against Nuclear Programs and the ‘Success’ at Osiraq,” Nonproliferation Review 12 (July 2005): 355-371.

Brian Lai and Dan Reiter, “Rally ‘Round the Union Jack? Public Opinion and the Use of Force in the United Kingdom, 1948-2001,” International Studies Quarterly 49 (June 2005): 255-272.

Terrence L. Chapman and Dan Reiter, “The United Nations Security Council and the Rally ‘Round the Flag Effect,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 48 (December 2004): 886-909.

Dan Reiter and Allan C. Stam, “Understanding Victory: Why Political Institutions Matter,” International Security 28 (Summer 2003): 168-179. Reprinted in Michael E. Brown et al, eds, Do Democracies Win Their Wars? (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2011), 163-174.

Dan Reiter and Allan C. Stam, “Identifying the Culprit: Democracy, Dictatorship, and Dispute Initiation,” American Political Science Review 97 (May 2003): 333- 337.

Dan Reiter, “Exploring the Bargaining Model of War,” Perspectives on Politics 1 (March 2003): 27-43.

Jan Box-Steffensmeier, Dan Reiter, Christopher J. W. Zorn, “Non-Proportional Hazards and Event History Analysis in International Relations,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 47 (February 2003): 33-53.

Dan Reiter and Erik Tillman, ”Public, Legislative, and Executive Constraints on the Democratic Initiation of Conflict,” Journal of Politics 64 (August 2002): 810- 826.

Dan Reiter, “NATO and Democracy” International Security 26 (Winter 2001/02): 230- 235.

Dan Reiter, “Does Peace Nurture Democracy?” Journal of Politics 63 (August 2001): 935-948.

Michael Horowitz and Dan Reiter, “When Does Aerial Bombing Work? Quantitative Empirical Tests, 1917-1999,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 45 (April 2001): 147-173.

Dan Reiter, “Why NATO Enlargement Does Not Spread Democracy,” International Security 25 (Spring 2001): 41-67.

Brian Lai and Dan Reiter, “Democracy, Political Similarity, and International Alliances, 1816-1992,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 44 (April 2000): 203-227.

Dan Reiter, “Military Strategy and the Outbreak of International Conflict: Quantitative Empirical Tests, 1903-1992,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 43 (June 1999): 366-387.

Dan Reiter and Curtis Meek, “Determinants of Military Strategy, 1903-1994: A Quantitative Empirical Test,” International Studies Quarterly 43 (June 1999): 363-387.

Dan Reiter and Allan C. Stam III, “Democracy, War Initiation, and Victory,” American Political Science Review 92 (June 1998): 377-389.

Dan Reiter and Allan C. Stam III, “Democracy and Battlefield Military Effectiveness,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 42 (June 1998): 259-277.

David Rousseau, Christopher Gelpi, Dan Reiter, and Paul K. Huth, “Assessing the Dyadic Nature of the Democratic Peace, 1918-1988,” American Political Science Review 90 (September 1996): 512-533.

Dan Reiter, “Political Structure and Foreign Policy Learning: Are Democracies More Likely to Act on the Lessons of History?” International Interactions 21:1 (1995), 39-62.

Dan Reiter, “Exploding the Powder Keg Myth: Preemptive Wars Almost Never Happen,” International Security, 20 (Fall 1995): 5-34

Dan Reiter, “Learning, Realism, and Alliances: The Weight of the Shadow of the Past,” World Politics 46 (July 1994): 490-526. Reprinted in Christine Ingebritsen, Iver Neumann, Sieglinde Gstöhle, and Jessica Beyer, eds., Small States in International Relations (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006, 231- 272).

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