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George, ed. Avoiding War . Boulder, Col.: Westview, 1991. Ch. 18.
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45 Eran Halperin, Alexandra G. Russell, Carol S. Dweck, and James J. Gross, “Anger, Hatred, and the Quest for Peace: Anger Can Be Constructive in the Absence of Hatred.” Journal of Conflict Resolution , 55, 2 (April 2011): 274- 291. Todd H. Hall, “We will not Swallow This Bitter Fruit: Theorizing a Diplomacy of Anger.” Security Studies 20, 4 (2011): 521-555. 8g. Methodological Issues Chaim D. Kaufman, "Out of the Lab and into the Archives: A Method for Testing Psychological Explanations of Political Decision Making." International Studies Quarterly , 38, 4 (December 1994), pp. 557-86.
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