Paul F. Diehl

Paul F. Diehl is a Contributor on a PRIO project or a publication with a PRIO person, and is otherwise not associated with PRIO.

All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Diehl, Paul F. & Jaroslav Tir (1998) Demographic Pressure and Interstate Conflict: Linking Population Growth and Density to Militarized Disputes and Wars, 1930-89, Journal of Peace Research 35(3): 319–339.
Diehl, Paul F. (1998) Environmental Conflict: An Introduction, Journal of Peace Research 35(3): 275–277.
Crescenzi, Mark J. & Paul F. Diehl (1998) Reconfiguring the Arms Race-War Debate, Journal of Peace Research 35(1): 111–118.
Diehl, Paul F. (1992) What Are They Fighting For?: The Importance of Issues in International Conflict Research, Journal of Peace Research 29(3).
Diehl, Paul F. & Dirk C. van Raemdonck (1989) After the Shooting Stops: Insights on Postwar Economic Growth, Journal of Peace Research 26(3): 249–264.
Nindi, B. C. & Paul F. Diehl (1985) Armaments Without War: An Analysis of Some Underlying Effects, Journal of Peace Research 22(3): 249–259.
Diehl, Paul F. (1983) Arms Races and Escalation: A Closer Look, Journal of Peace Research 20(3): 205–212.

Book Chapter

Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede & Kyle Beardsley (2010) Core Issues in International Data Collection, in Diehl, Paul F.; & James D. Morrow, eds, International Studies Encyclopedia, Volume on Scientific Study of International Processes. New York: .
Gleditsch, Nils Petter (2005) Armed Conflict and the Environment, in Paul F. Diehl, ed., War: SAGE Library of International Relations. London: SAGE (252–274).
Hegre, Håvard; Tanja Ellingsen; Scott Gates & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2005) Toward a Democratic Civil Peace? Democracy, Political Change and Civil War, 1816-1992, in Paul F. Diehl, ed., War: SAGE Library of International Relations. London: SAGE (165–193).
Gleditsch, Nils Petter & Paul F. Diehl (2001) Controversies and Questions, in Environmental Conflict. Boulder, CO: (1–9).

Edited Volume

Diehl, Paul F.; & Nils Petter Gleditsch, eds, (2001) Environmental Conflict. Oxford.