Richard J. Stoll

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Richard J. Stoll, Professor, Department of Political Science, Rice University, 1990-present. [1]


  • Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Relations: Methodology in the Study of Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution (co-edited with Zeev Maoz, Alex Mintz, Cliff Morgan and Glenn Palmer). Lexington Books. Lanham, MD. 2004.
  • Exploring Realpolitik: Probing International Relations Theory With Computer Simulation (with Thomas R. Cusack). Lynne Rienner. Boulder, Colo. 1990.
  • U.S. National Security Policy and The Soviet Union: Persistent Regularities And Extreme Contingencies. University of South Carolina Press. Columbia. 1990.
  • Power In World Politics. (co-edited with Michael D. Ward). Lynne Rienner. Boulder. 1989.
  • Choices In World Politics: Sovereignty And Interdependence. (co-edited with Bruce Russett and Harvey Starr). W.H. Freeman. New York. 1989.
  • Quantitative Indicators In World Politics. (co-edited with J. David Singer). Praeger. New York. 1984.

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  1. CV, Rice University, accessed March 3, 2009.