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PRIO's list of publications is undergoing major changes, and not all new publications are listed below. A complete list of PRIO publications published in 2012 is available from CRISTIN, Norway's national academic publication database.

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Agrell, Wilhelm (1984) Small but Not Beautiful, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 157–167.
Bjerkholt, Olav; Nils Petter Gleditsch & Ådne Cappelen (1984) Military Spending and Economic Growth in the OECD Countries, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 361–373.
Boulding, Elise (1984) The Gender Gap, Journal of Peace Research 21(1): 1–3.
Boulding, Kenneth E. (1984) Pathologies of Defense, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 101–108.
Buzan, Barry (1984) Peace, Power and Security: Contending Concepts in the Study of International Relations, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 109–125.
Costanza, Robert (1984) The Nuclear Arms Race and the Theory of Social Traps, Journal of Peace Research 21(1): 79–86.
Dankbaar, Ben (1984) Alternative Defense Policies and the Peace Movement, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 141–155.
Egeland, Jan (1984) Human Rights - Ineffective Big States, Potent Small States, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 207–213.
Galtung, Johan (1984) Transarmament: From Offensive to Defensive Defense, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 127–140.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter & Einar Høgetveit (1984) Freedom of Information in National Security Affairs: A Comparative Study of Norway and the United States, Journal of Peace Research 21(1): 17–45.
Haas, Michael (1984) Paradigms of Political Integration and Unification: Applications to Korea, Journal of Peace Research 21(1): 47–60.
Hook, Glenn D. (1984) The Nuclearization of Language: Nuclear Allergy as Political Metaphor, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 259–275.
Johnson, Steven E.; David Carleton & Michael Stohl (1984) Human Rights and US Foreign Assistance from Nixon to Carter, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 215–226.
Kim, Samuel S. (1984) Global Violence and a Just World Order, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 181–192.
Kramer, Marguerite & Bruce M. Russett (1984) Images of World Futures, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 317–336.
Kutylowski, Andrzej (1984) Interpretation of Peace and War in Poland: A Review of Recent Literature, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 289–300.
Lindgren, Göran (1984) Armaments and Economic Performance in Industrialized Market Economies, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 375–387.
Lutz, Dieter S. (1984) A New European Peace Order as a System of Collective Security, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 169–180.
Lyttkens, Carl Hampus & Claudio Vedovato (1984) Opportunity Costs of Defense: A Comment on Dabelko and McCormick, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 389–394.
Maoz, Zeev (1984) Peace By Empire? Conflict Outcomes and International Stability, 1816-1976, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 227–241.
McCormick, James M. & David D. Dabelko (1984) Response to Lyttkens and Vedovato, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 395–397.
Øberg, Jan (1984) Three Minutes to a New Day?, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 95–99.
Rothgeb, John M. (1984) The Effects of Foreign Investment on Overall and Sectoral Growth in Third World States, Journal of Peace Research 21(1): 5–15.
Rydén, Lars; Gunnar Tibell; Bengt Gustafsson & Peter Wallensteen (1984) The Uppsala Code of Ethics for Scientists, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 311–316.
Siccama, Jan G.; Jan Faber & Henk W. Houweling (1984) Diffusion of War: Some Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 277–288.
Unterseher, Lutz & Hans Günther Brauch (1984) Getting Rid of Nuclear Weapons: A Review of a Few Proposals for a Conventional Defense of Europe, Journal of Peace Research 21(2): 193–199.
Väyrynen, Raimo (1984) Regional Conflict Formations: An Intractable Problem of International Relations, Journal of Peace Research 21(4): 337–359.
Wallensteen, Peter (1984) Universalism Vs. Particularism: On the Limits of Major Power Order, Journal of Peace Research 21(3): 243–257.

PRIO Report

Tønnesson, Stein (1984) Outbreak of War in Indochina 1946, PRIO Report, 3. Oslo: PRIO.