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Zeev Maoz

Professor, Department of Political Science

Office: 246 Social Sciences & Humanities
Email: zmaoz (at) ucdavis (dot) edu

Tel. (530) 405-3037

Fax: (530) 752-8666

Courses Taught

POL135: International Politics of the Middle East

POL136: Arab-Israeli Conflict

Zeev Maoz

Zeev Maoz is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Davis, as well as Distinguished Fellow at the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel. He is Director of the Correlates of War Project and former President of the Peace Science Society (International) (2007-08). Before coming to Davis served as head of the Graduate School of Government and Policy at Tel-Aviv University. He held appointments of Head of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies (1994-1997), as the Academic Director of the M.A. program of the National Defense College of the IDF (1990-1994), and as Chairman of the Department of Political Science at the University of Haifa (1991-1994). Prof. Maoz received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He also held visiting appointments at Carnegie-Mellon University, New York University, Rice University, and the University of Michigan.

Prof. Maoz is the author and editor of twelve books in international relations, including: Paths to Conflict: International Dispute Initiation, 1816-1996 (Boulder, CO.: Westview Press, 1982), National Choices and International Processes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990), Paradoxes of War: On the Art of National Self-Entrapment (Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1990), Domestic Sources of Global Change (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996), Bound by Struggle: The Strategic Evolution of Enduring International Rivalries (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002—with Ben D. Mor), Defending the Holy Land: A Critical Analysis of Israel’s National Security and Foreign Policy (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2006), and Networks of Nations: The Evolution, Structure and Impact of International Networks, 1816-2001  (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010). He also edited Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Politics: Methodology in the Study of Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution (Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, 2004—With Alex Mintz, Cliff Morgan, Glenn Palmer, and Richard Stoll), Regional Security Regimes (London: Frank Cass, 2003—with Emily Landau and Tamar Maltz), War in a Changing World (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2001—with Azar Gat), andRegional Security in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future (London: Frank Cass, 1997). His scholarly articles appeared in leading journals such as the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political ScienceWorld Politics, Journal of Conflict Resolution, International Security, International Studies Quarterly and others. His fields of specialization include strategy and international security affairs, international relations theory, decision making and negotiations, and political methodology. In the field of Middle East politics, his work concentrates on the international relations of the region. His work in this area includes editing and contributing to two special issues of The Journal of Strategic Studies on regional security in the Middle. Prof. Maoz is also one of the first Israelis to have published a major article in the Egyptian daily newspaper, Al Ahram.

Prof. Maoz serves on the editorial board of several journals including International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Conflict Resolution, International Interactions, and Conflict Management and Peace Science. He is the first non-North American recipient of the Karl Deutsch Award of the International Studies Association for his scholarly contribution to international relations research. During the years 1999-2000 he served as the Vice President of the International Studies Association. His current work focuses on network analysis of international politics, enduring international rivalries, democratic peace theory, Israeli national security and foreign policy, and Middle East politics.

 

Recent Articles

Zeev Maoz 2003. The Mixed Blessing of Israel’s Nuclear Policy, International Security, 28(2): 44-77.

Zeev Maoz 2004. Pacifism and Fightaholism in International Politics: A Structural History of National and Dyadic Conflict, 1816-1992. International Studies Review, 6(2): 107-133.

Lesley Terris and Zeev Maoz 2005. Rational Mediation: A Theory and A Test. Journal of Peace Research, 42(5): 563-583.

Zeev Maoz 2006. Network Polarization, Network Interdependence, and International Conflict, 1816-2002. Journal of Peace Research, 43(4): 391-411.

Zeev Maoz, Ranan D. Kuperman, Lesley G. Terris, and Ilan Talmud 2006. Structural Equivalence and International Conflict: A Social Networks Analysis. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 50(5): 664-689.

Zeev Maoz and Lesley G. Terris 2006. Credibility and Strategy in International Mediation. International Interactions, 32(4): 409-440.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2007. What is the Enemy of My Enemy? Causes and Implications of Imbalanced International Relations, 1816-2001. Journal of Politics, 69(1): 100-115.

Zeev Maoz 2007. Evaluating Israel's Strategy of Low-Intensity Warfare, 1949-2006. Security Studies, 16(3): 319-349.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2007. Network Centrality and International Conflict: Does it Pay to Be Important? In Thomas N. Friemel (Ed.). Applications of Social Networks Analysis. Konstanz (Germany): Universitat Verlag Konstanz, pp. 121-151.

Zeev Maoz and Randolph M. Siverson 2008. Bargaining, Domestic Politics, and International Context in the Management of War: A Review Essay. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 25(2) 171-189.

Zeev Maoz 2009. The Effects of Strategic and Economic Interdependence on International Conflict Across Levels of Analysis. American Journal of Political Science, 53(1): 223-240.

Zeev Maoz 2009. Primed to Fight: The "Can/Must" Syndrome and the Conflict Proneness of Nations. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 26(5): 411-436.

Zeev Maoz and Zeynep Somer-Topcu 2010. Political Polarization and Cabinet Stability in Multiparty Systems: A Social Networks Analysis of European Parliaments, 1945-98. British Journal of Political Science 40(4): 805-833.

Zeev Maoz 2012. How Network Analysis Can Inform the Study of International Relations, Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3): 247-256.

Zeev Maoz 2012. Preferential Attachment, Homophily, and the Structure of International Networks, 1816-2003. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3): 341-369.

Zeev Maoz and Belgin San-Acka 2012. Rivalry and State Support of Non-State Armed Groups (NAGs), 1946–2001,International Studies Quarterly, 56(4)(DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2478.2012.00759)

 

Academic Education:

B.A., Departments of Political Science and International Relations, Hebrew University, 1976.

M.A., Department of International Relations, Hebrew University, Israel, 1978.

Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, 1981. 

Academic Positions:

 Visiting Political Science Fellow, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie-Mellon University. September, 1981 - August, 1982.

 Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, Israel. October, 1982 -

January, 1985.

 Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, Israel. February, 

1985—August, 1989.

 Visiting Professor, Department of Politics, New York University. September, 1985—

August, 1989.

 Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, September 

1989—February 1991

 Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, March 1991—

September 1994.

 Professor, Department of Political Science, Tel-Aviv University, September 1994-

 Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science and Visiting Scholar, James A. 

Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, Houston, TX, 1997-1998.Zeev Maoz/CV 2

 Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2003-2004

 Brian Mulroney Professor of Government, Tel Aviv University, 2004

 Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis, 2004—

 Distinguished Fellow, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya, Israel, 2007—

 Distinguished Professor, University of California, Davis 2010—

Administrative Positions:

 Chairman, University of Haifa Computing Committee, October, 1990—1993

 Academic Director, M.A. Program in National Security for the National Defense College of the Israeli Defense Forces, 1990—1994

 Chairman, Department of Political Science, University of Haifa, 1991—1994

 Director, Center for Policy and Security Studies, University of Haifa, 1992—1994

 Head of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel-Aviv University, 1994—1997.

 Head, Graduate School of Government and Policy, Tel-Aviv University, 2000—2003.

 Director, International Relations Program, University of California, Davis, 2006—

2009

Grants, Awards, and Fellowships (Postdoctoral):

 Political Economy Fellowship, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, CarnegieMellon University, 1981-1982.

 Yigal Allon Fellowship for Outstanding Young Scholars, the Council of Higher Education, Israel, 1983-1985.

 Fund for Basic Research, Israeli Academy of Sciences: "Conflict Outcomes as Determinants of International Stability, 1816-1976," 1983-1985.

 Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Haifa: Israeli Counterterroist Warfare: An 

Empirical Analysis of Investments and Returns, 1970-1985," 1985.

 U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation (in collaboration with Steven J. Brams, Dan 

S. Felsenthal, and Amnon Rapoport): “Theoretical and Empirical Studies of Voting 

Behavior,” 1985-1988.Zeev Maoz/CV 3

 Research Challenge Fund, New York University: "Interdependent Decision Making 

and International Processes." 1986-1987.

 Presidential Fellowship, New York University: "Paradoxes of War," 1987-1988

 International Studies Association, Winner of the Karl W. Deutsch Outstanding Young 

Scholar Award for significant contribution to the study of international relations and 

peace research, March 1989.

 United States Institute of Peace, Solicited Research Grant: "Choosing the Peace Path: 

Decision Making and Bargaining in the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1970-1985," September 

1989-August, 1991.

 Ford Foundation through the Israeli Foundation Trustees, "Enduring International 

Rivalries, 1816-1988," October 1990 - September 1992.

 Israeli National Academy of Sciences, Fund for Basic Research, "The Strategic Structure of Enduring International Rivalries, 1816-1990," (with Ben D. Mor). October 

1992 - September 1995.

 Ford Foundation through the Israeli Foundation Trustees: “Electorates, Coalitions, 

and Public Policy in Europe and Israel” (with Itai Sened) November 1994 - September 

1996.

 Foreign Ministry of Japan. “Regional Security in the Middle East: Past Trends, Present 

Realities, Future Challenges.” April, 1996.

 United States Institute of Peace, “The Quantitative History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1948-,” October 1996-September, 1998.

 Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, Visiting Fellowship, 1997-98.

 NSF Grant, Militarized Interstate Dispute Project Stage 3: Joint project with eight other universities in the US 2000-2002

 IDF Grant for a comparative study of the evolution and structure of reserve armies in 

the western world, 2001-2002.

 IDF Grant for a comparative study of military leadership systems in modern armies, 

2002-2003.

 IGCC Grant for a study on The Formation of International Networks, 1816-2002, 

2007-2008.

 Templeton Foundation grant on World Religions Database, jointly with Roger Finke 

and Errol Henderson, Penn State University, 2008-2010. Zeev Maoz/CV 4

 National Science Foundation, grant on the Effects of Shocks on International Networks, jointly with Kyle Joyce, 2012-2014. 

 National Science Foundation, grant on the Effects of Shocks on Interacting Physical 

and Social Networks, PI (CO-PIs are George Barnett, Communications, UCD, Rissa 

D’Souza, Computer Sciene, UCD, and Kyle Joyce, Political Science, UCD), 2012-14.

 Social Science Research Innovation Award UC Davis, Division of Social Sciences, 

June 20, 2012.

Professional Activities:

 Director, Correlates of War Project, 2013-2018

 Chair, Political Networks Section of the American Political Science Association, 2011-

2012

 President, Peace Science Society (International), 2007-2008

 Academic Editor, Book Series on Innovations in the Study of World Politics, Lexington 

Books, 2003—

 Founding President, Israeli Association of International Studies, 2001—2003.

 Chair, Conflict Processes Section of the American Political Science Association, 

2001—2004.

 Vice President, International Studies Association 2000-2001.

 Governing Council, Peace Science Society (International) 1995-1998.

 Editorial Board: Conflict Management and Peace Science, 1991 -

 Editorial Board: International Studies Quarterly, 1990–2000, 2008 —

 Editorial Board, International Interactions, October 1996 —

 International Advisory Board: Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1989 —

 Editorial Board, Westview Series: Dilemmas in World Politics, 1986 

 Member of the Executive Committee, Israeli Political Science Association, 1983-1985, 

1991-1993

Publications

1. Books:Zeev Maoz/CV 5

Zeev Maoz 2012 (ed.). Network Analysis in International Relations. Special issue of Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3), July.

Zeev Maoz 2010. Networks of Nations: The Evolution, Structure, and Impact of International Networks, 1816-2001. New York: Cambridge University Press (448pp).

Zeev Maoz 2006. Defending the Holy Land: A Critical Analysis of Israel’s National Security and Foreign Policy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (728pp). Updated paperback 

edition 2009.

Zeev Maoz, Alex Mintz, T. Clifton Morgan, Glenn Palmer, and Richard J. Stoll (eds.) 2004.

Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Relations: Methodology in the Study of Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Zeev Maoz, Emily Landau, and Tamar Maltz (Eds.). Regional Security Regimes. Special Issue of 

the Journal of Strategic Studies (November 2003).

Zeev Maoz and Ben D. Mor 2002. Bound By Struggle: The Strategic Evolution of Enduring International Rivalries. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press (356pp).

Zeev Maoz and Azar Gat (eds). 2001. War in A Changing World. Ann Arbor, MI: University 

of Michigan Press (268pp).

Zeev Maoz 1997 (ed). Regional Security in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future. Special Issue 

of the Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 17, No. 1 (March). Published as a book by the 

same title. London: Frank Cass, 1997 (208 pp).

Zeev Maoz 1996. Domestic Sources of Global Change. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan 

Press (280 pp).

Zeev Maoz 1990. National Choices and International Processes. Cambridge: Cambridge University

Press, (609 pp). Paperback edition, 2008.

Zeev Maoz 1990. Paradoxes of War: On the Art of National Self-Entrapment. Boston, MA: Unwin 

Hymann, (365 pp). 

Zeev Maoz 1982. Paths to Conflict: Interstate Dispute Initiation, 1816-1976. Boulder, CO: 

Westview Press (276 pp).

2. Articles

Zeev Maoz and Errol A. Henderson 2013. The World Religion Dataset, 1945-2010: Logic, 

Estimates, and trends. International Interactions, forthcoming.Zeev Maoz/CV 6

Zeev Maoz 2012. Normal Science and Open Questions: Reflections on the Study of War 

and Peace, 2001-2011. In John A. Vasquez (ed.). What do We Know About War (Second edition). New York: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 271-280.

Zeev Maoz 2012. The Past and Future of the Scientific Study of International Politics. In 

Sara McLauglin Mitchell, Paul F. Diehl, and James D. Morrow (eds.) Guide to The Scientific Study of International Processes. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 253-268.

Zeev Maoz and Belgin San-Acka 2012. Rivalry and State Support of Non-State Armed 

Groups, 1945-2001. International Studies Quarterly, 56(4). 

Zeev Maoz 2012. Preferential Attachment, Homophily, and the Structure of International 

Networks, 1816-2003. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3): 341-369.

Zeev Maoz 2012. How Network Analysis Can Inform the Study of International Relations.

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(3): 247-256.

Zeev Maoz and Zeynep Somer-Topcu. 2010. Political Polarization and Cabinet Stability in 

Multiparty Systems: A Social Networks Analysis of European Parliaments, 1945-98. 

British Journal of Political Science, 40(4): 805-833. 

Zeev Maoz 2009. Threat Perception and Threat Manipulation: The Uses and Misuses of 

Threats in Israel’s National Security, 1948-2008. In Oren Barak and Gabriel Sheffer 

(eds.). Existential Threats and Civil-Security Relations. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.

Zeev Maoz 2009. Primed to Fight: The Can/Must Syndrome and the Conflict Proneness of 

Nations. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 26(5), 1-26.

Zeev Maoz 2009. The Effects of Strategic and Economic Interdependence on International 

Conflict across Levels of Analysis. American Journal of Political Science, 53(1): 223-240.

Zeev Maoz and Randolph M. Siverson 2008. Bargaining, Domestic Politics, and International Context in the Management of War: A Review Essay. Conflict Management and Peace 

Science, 25(2) 171-189.

Zeev Maoz 2007. Evaluating Israel’s Strategy of Low-Intensity Conflict, 1949-2006. Security 

Studies 16(3), 319-349.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2007. Network Centrality and International Conflict: Does it Pay to Be Important? In Thomas N. Friemel 

(Ed.). Applications of Social Networks Analysis. Konstanz (Germany): Universitat Verlag 

Konstanz, pp. 121-151.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2007. What is the Enemy of My Enemy: Causes and Consequences of Imbalanced International Relations, 

1816-2001. Journal of Politics, 69(1): 100-115.Zeev Maoz/CV 7

Zeev Maoz and Lesley Terris 2006. Credibility and Strategy in International Mediation. International Interactions 32(4): 409-440.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2006. Structural Equivalence and International Conflict, 1816-2001. A Network Analysis of Affinities and 

Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 50(5): 664-689.

Zeev Maoz 2006. Systemic Polarization, Interdependence, and International Conflict, 1816-

2002. Journal of Peace Research, 43(4): 391-411.

Zeev Maoz 2006. Democracy and Peace: Which Comes First? In Harvey Starr (Ed.). Approaches, Levels, and Methods of Analysis in International Relations: Crossing Boundaries. New 

York: Palgrave/MacMillan, pp. 47-72.

Lesley G. Terris and Zeev Maoz 2005. Rational Mediation: A Theory and a Test. Journal of 

Peace Research, 42(5): 563-583.

Zeev Maoz, Lesley G. Terris, Ranan D. Kuperman, and Ilan Talmud 2005. International 

Networks and International Politics. In Alex Mintz and Bruce Russett (eds.). New Directions for International Relations. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press, pp. 35-64.

Zeev Maoz 2004. Pacifism and Fightaholism in International Politics: A Structural History of 

National and Dyadic Conflict, 1816-1992. International Studies Review, 6(2): 107-133.

Zeev Maoz 2004. Defending Israel From Its Friends? A Reply to Professor Beres. International Security, 29(1): 175-178.

Zeev Maoz 2004. Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution—A Conceptual and Methodological Introduction. In Zeev Maoz, Alex Mintz, T. Clifton Morgan, Glenn Palmer, 

and Richard J. Stoll (eds.) Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Politics: Methodology in 

the Study of Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Zeev Maoz 2004. Statesmen, Popular Wisdom, and Empirical Realities in the Study of Conflict and War: Extending the “Predictors of War in History and the State of the World 

Message.” In Paul F. Diehl (ed.). The Scourge of War. Ann Arbor, MI: University of 

Michigan Press.

Zeev Maoz 2003. The Domestic Politics of Regional Security: Theoretical Perspectives and 

Regional Patterns in the Middle East, Journal of Strategic Studies, 26(3): 19-49.

Zeev Maoz 2003. The Mixed Blessing of Israel’s Nuclear Policy, International Security, 28(2): 

44-77.

Zeev Maoz 2002. Case Study Methodology in International Studies: From Storytelling to 

Hypothesis Testing. In Michael Brecher and Frank Harvey (eds.) Millennium Reflections 

on International Studies. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, pp. 455-475Zeev Maoz/CV 8

Zeev Maoz 2002. Paradoxical Functions of International Alliances: Security and Other Dilemmas. In John A. Vasquez and Colin Elman (eds.). Balancing of Power. Boston: 

Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 200-221.

Zeev Maoz 2001. Israeli Intervention in Intra-Arab Affairs. in Abraham Ben-Zvi and 

Aharon Klieman (eds.). Studies in Israeli Diplomacy, Zionism, and International Relations. 

London: Frank Cass, pp. 137-176.

Zeev Maoz 2001. Democratic Networks: Connecting National, Dyadic, and Systemic Levels 

of Analysis in the Study of Democracy and War. In Zeev Maoz and Azar Gat (eds.). 

War in a Changing World. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, pp. 143-182.

Azar Gat and Zeev Maoz 2001. Global Change and the Transformation of War. In Zeev 

Maoz and Azar Gat (eds.). War in a Changing World. Ann Arbor, MI: University of 

Michigan Press, pp. 1-14.

Zeev Maoz 2000. Historical Trends in International Conflicts, 1816-1992: Global, Regional, 

and National Perspectives. Politika (Hebrew), 6: 9-28.

Zeev Maoz 2000. The Street-Gangs of World Politics: The Origins, Management, and Termination of International Alliances. in John A. Vasquez (ed.). What Do We Know About 

War? New York: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 114-141.

Zeev Maoz 1999. Syria and Israel: From the Brink of Peace to the Brink of War? Cambridge

Review of International Affairs, Winter.

Ben D. Mor and Zeev Maoz 1999. Learning and the Evolution of Enduring International 

Rivalries, Conflict Management and Peace Science, 17(1): 1-48.

Zeev Maoz 1998. Realist and Cultural Critiques of the Democratic Peace: A Theoretical and 

Empirical Reassessment, International Interactions, 24(1): 3-89.

Ben D. Mor and Zeev Maoz 1998. Preference Change, Learning and Strategies in Enduring 

Rivalries, in Paul Diehl (ed.). The Dynamics of Enduring Rivalries. Urbana-Champaign: 

University of Illinois Press, pp. 129-164.

Zeev Maoz and Ben D. Mor 1998. The Strategic Evolution of Enduring International Rivalries: Theory and Analysis. in Frank Harvey and Ben D. Mor (eds.). Conflict in World 

Politics. New York: Macmillan, pp. 33-61.

Zeev Maoz 1997. Regional Security in the Middle East: Past, Present, and Future, Journal of 

Strategic Studies, 17(1): 1-46.

Zeev Maoz 1997. The Renewed Controversy Over the Democratic Peace: Rearguard Action 

or Cracks in the Wall? International Security, 23(1): 162-198.Zeev Maoz/CV 9

Zeev Maoz 1997. Environmental Change and the Strategic Behavior of Nations, 1816-1986, 

in Patrick James and David Carment (eds.). Wars in the Midst of Peace: The International 

Politics of Ethnic Conflict. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press, pp. 116-147.

Zeev Maoz 1997. Security for the People, Security by the People: The Paradox of Security in 

Modern Societies, in Gert de Nooy (ed.). The Clausewitzian Dictum and the Future of Western Military Strategy. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, for the Netherlands Institute of 

International Relations.

Zeev Maoz 1997. Decisional Stress, Individual Choice, and Policy Outcomes: The ArabIsraeli Conflict, 1970-1975. In Nehemia Geva and Alex Mintz (eds.) Foreign Policy 

Decisionmaking: The Cognitive-Rational Debate. Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner Publications.

Zeev Maoz and Ben D. Mor 1996. Enduring Rivalries: The Early Years, International Political 

Science Review, 17(2): 141-160.

John Oneal, Frances Oneal, Zeev Maoz and Bruce Russett 1996. The Liberal Peace: Economic Interdependence, Democracy, and International Conflict, 1950-85, Journal of 

Peace Research 33(1): 11-28.

Zeev Maoz 1996. The Evolution of the Middle East Military Balance, 1980-1995, in Ephraim Kam (ed.) The Middle East Military Balance, 1994-95 (Jerusalem and Boulder: 

Jerusalem Post and Westview Press), pp. 66-92.

Zeev Maoz 1995. National Preferences, International Structures, and Balance-of-Power Politics, Journal of Theoretical Politics, 7(3): 369-393.

Zeev Maoz 1995. Domestic Norms, Structural Constraints, and Enduring Rivalries in the 

Middle East, 1948-1988, in David Garnham and Mark Tessler (eds). Democracy, War, 

and Peace in the Middle East. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 170-194.

Dan S. Felsenthal, Zeev Maoz, and Amon Rapoport 1993. An Empirical Evaluation of Six 

Voting Procedures: Do They Really Make Any Difference? British Journal of Political Science. 23(1): 1-27.

Zeev Maoz. 1993. The Onset and Initiation of Militarized Interstate Disputes in the Modern 

Era, International Interactions, 19(2-3): 117-141.

Zeev Maoz and Bruce Russett 1993. Normative and Structural Causes of Democratic Peace, 

1946-1986, American Political Science Review, 87(3): 624-638. 

Reprinted in John A. Vasquez (ed.). Classics of International Politics. Englewood Cliffs, 

NJ: Prentice Hall, 1995.

Zeev Maoz, 1993. Choosing War, Choosing Peace: Decision Theoretic Contributions to the 

Study of War, in Knud Larsen (ed.) Psychological Contributions to Peace Research. Beverly 

Hills: Sage. Zeev Maoz/CV 10

Zeev Maoz and Bruce Russett 1992. Alliances, Contiguity, Wealth, and Political Stability: Is 

the Lack of Conflict Among Democracies a Political Artifact? International Interactions, 

17(4): 245-267.

Zeev Maoz and Allison Astorino 1992 The Cognitive Structure of Peacemaking: Egypt and 

Israel, 1970-78, Political Psychology. 13(4): 647-662.

Dan S. Felsenthal and Zeev Maoz 1992. Normative Properties of Four Single-Stage MultiWinner Electoral Procedures, Behavioral Science, 37(2): 109-127.

Zeev Maoz and Allison Astorino 1992. Waging War, Waging Peace: Decision Making and 

Bargaining in the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1970-1973, International Studies Quarterly, 36(4): 

373-399.

Amnon Rapoport, Dan S. Felsenthal, and Zeev Maoz 1991. Sincere versus sophisticated voting behavior in small groups, in Thomas R. Palfrey (ed.). Contemporary Laboratory 

Experiments in Political Economy, pp. 201-235. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Zeev Maoz 1991. The Evolution of Syrian National Power, 1948-1988 (Hebrew). In Avner 

Yaniv, Moshe Maoz, and Avi Kober (eds.). Syria and Israel's National Security. Tel-Aviv: 

Ma'arachot, pp. 71-84.

Dan S. Felsenthal, Amnon Rapoport, and Zeev Maoz 1990. The Condorcet-Efficiency of 

Sophisticated Plurality and Approval Voting, Behavioral Science, 35(1): 24-33. 

Zeev Maoz, 1990. Framing the National Interest: The Manipulation of Foreign Policy Decisions in Group Settings, World Politics, 43(1): 77-110.

Zeev Maoz, 1989. Power, Capabilities, and Paradoxical Conflict Outcomes, World Politics, 

41(2): 239-266.

Zeev Maoz and Nasrin Abdolali 1989. Regime Types and International Conflict, 1816-1976. 

Journal of Conflict Resolution, 33(1): 3-35.

Zeev Maoz, 1989. Joining the Club of Nations: Political Development and International 

Conflict, 1816-1976, International Studies Quarterly, 33(2): 199-231.

Dan S. Felsenthal and Zeev Maoz 1988. A Comparative Analysis of Sincere and Sophisticated Voting Under the Plurality and Approval Voting Procedures, Behavioral Science, 

33(2): 116-130.

Zeev Maoz, 1988. Conflict Datasets: Definitions and Measurement, International Interactions, 

14(2): 165-171.

Dan S. Felsenthal, Zeev Maoz, and Amnon Rapoport 1988. Tacit Cooperation in 

Three-Alternative Non-Cooperative Voting Games: A New Model of Sophisticated 

Behavior Under the Plurality Procedure, Electoral Studies, 7(2): 143-161.Zeev Maoz/CV 11

Amnon Rapoport, Dan S. Felsenthal, and Zeev Maoz 1988. Proportional Representation in 

Israel's General Federation of Labor: An Empirical Examination of a New Scheme, 

Public Choice, 59(3): 151-165.

Zeev Maoz and Dan S. Felsenthal 1987. Self-Binding Commitments, the Inducement of 

Trust, Choice, and the Theory of International Cooperation, International Studies Quarterly, 31(2): 177-200.

Zeev Maoz 1987. Revisionism or Misinterpretation? A Reply to Professor Walker, Political 

Psychology, 8(4): 623-636.

Zeev Maoz and Anat Shayer 1987. The Cognitive Structure of Peace and War Argumentation: Israeli Prime Ministers Versus the Knesset, Political Psychology, 8(4): 575-604.

Amnon Rapoport, Dan S. Felsenthal, and Zeev Maoz 1987. Microcosms and Macrocosms: 

Seat Allocation in Proportional Representation Systems, Theory and Decision, 28(1): 

11-33.

Steven J. Brams, Dan S. Felsenthal, and Zeev Maoz, 1987. Chairman Paradoxes Under Approval Voting, pp. 223-233 in: Theory and Decision: Essays in Honor of Werner Liefellner. 

Gerald Eberlein and Hal Berghel, [eds.] Dordrecht, Holland: D. Riedel.

Zeev Maoz 1986. Multiple Paths to Choice: An Approach for the Analysis of Foreign Policy 

Decision Making, pp. 69-96 in: Text Analysis Procedures for the Study of Decision Making.

I.N. Gallhofer, W.E. Saris, and Marianne Melman [eds.]. Amsterdam: Sociometric Research Foundation.

Dan S. Felsenthal, Zeev Maoz, and Amnon Rapoport 1986. Comparing Voting Systems in 

Genuine Elections: Approval-Plurality Versus Selection-Plurality, Social Behavior, 1(1): 

41-53.

Steven J. Brams, Dan S. Felsenthal, and Zeev Maoz, 1986. New Chairman Paradoxes, pp. 

243-256 in: Paradoxical Effects of Social Behavior: Essays in Honor of Anatol Rapoport. Peter 

Mitter and Andreas Diekman, [eds.], Vienna: Physica-Verlag.

Zeev Maoz 1985. Foreign Policy Decision Making: A Progress Report, Jerusalem Journal of 

International Relations, 7(4): 28-63. 

Zeev Maoz 1985. Decision Theoretic and Game Theoretic Models of International Conflict, 

pp. 77-112 in: Dynamic Models of International Conflict. Urs Luterbacher and Michael D. 

Ward, [eds.] Boulder: Lynne Riener Publishers.

Zeev Maoz 1985. The Evolution of Syrian Power, 1947-1984, pp. 69-82 in: Syria Under Asad.

Moshe Maoz and Avner Yaniv, [eds.] London: Croom Helm.

Zeev Maoz 1984. Scientific Logic and Intuition in Intelligence Forecasts, pp. 77-123 in Quantitative Indicators in World Politics: Early Warning and Timely Assurance. J. David Singer and 

Richard J. Stoll, eds. New York: Praeger.

Zeev Maoz 1983. Resolve, Capabilities, and the Outcome of Interstate Disputes, 1816-1976, 

Journal of Conflict Resolution, 27(2): 195-229.

Zeev Maoz 1983. A Behavioral Model of Dispute Escalation: The Major Powers, 1816-1976, 

International Interactions, 10(3-4): 373-399.

Zeev Maoz 1982. Crisis Initiation: A Theoretical Exploration of a Neglected Topic in International Crisis Theory, Review of International Studies, 8(4): 215-232.

Zeev Maoz 1981. The Decision to Raid Entebbe: Decision Analysis Applied to Crisis Behavior, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 25(4): 677-707.

 

 

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