Books

Political Power: USA/USSR

– Brzezinsky, Zbigniew and Samuel P. Huntington. Political Power: USA/USSR. New York: Viking Press, 1964.

Living with Nuclear Weapons

– Carnesale, Albert, Paul Doty, Stanley Hoffman, Samuel P. Huntington, Joseph D. Nye Jr., Scott Sagan, Derek Bok. Living with Nuclear Weapons. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1983.

Global Dilemmas

– Eds. Huntington, Samuel and Joseph Nye. Global Dilemmas. Cambridge: Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, 1985.

The Clash of Civilizations

– Huntington, Samuel. The Clash of Civilizations: and the Remaking of World Order. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1996.

Essays

Conservatism as an Ideology

– Huntington, Samuel P. "Conservatism as an Ideology." The American Political Science Review v. 51, n. 2 (1957): 454-473.

Communications

– Hacker, Louise M. and Samuel P. Huntington. "Communications." American Political Science Review v. 51, n. 4 (1957): 1062-1064.

Why “Foreign Policy”?

– Huntington, Samuel P. and Warren Demian Manshel. "Why "Foreign Policy"?" Foreign Policy v. 1 (1970): 3-5.

Trade, Technology, and Leverage: Economic Diplomacy

– Huntington, Samuel P, Franklyn Holzman, Richard Portes, John Kiser, Maurice J. Mountain, and Robert Klitgaard. "Trade, Technology, and Leverage: Economic Diplomacy." Foreign Policy v. 32 (1978): 63-106.

Democracy’s Third Wave

– Huntington, Samuel P. "Democracy’s Third Wave." Journal of Democracy, v. 2, n. 2 (1991): 12-34.

The Lonely Superpower

– Huntington, Samuel P. "The Lonely Superpower." Foreign Affairs v. 78, n. 2 (1999): 35.

Robust Nationalism

– Huntington, Samuel P. "Robust Nationalism." The National Interest v. 58 (2000): 31.

The Special Case of Mexican Immigration

– Huntington, Samuel P, Georgie Anne Geyer, Peter Skerry, Linda Chavez, and Barbara Curtis. "The Special Case of Mexican Immigration." The American Enterprise v. 11, n. 8 (2000): 20.

Two Wests

– Huntington, Samuel P and Anthony Giddens.  "Two Wests." New Perspectives Quarterly v. 20, n. 4 (2003): 37-43.

Getting Me Wrong [with Reply]

– Huntington, Samuel P and Alan Wolfe. "Getting Me Wrong [with Reply]." Foreign Affairs v. 83, n. 5 (2004): 155-159.

Dead Souls

– Huntington, Samuel P. "Dead Souls." The National Interest v. 75, n. 5 (2004): 5.

One Nation, Out of Many

– Huntington, Samuel P. "One Nation, Out of Many." The American Enterprise v. 15, n. 6, (2004): 20.

The Hispanic Challenge

– Huntington, Samuel P. "The Hispanic Challenge." Foreign Policy v. 141 (2004): 30-45.

How Countries Democratize

– Huntington, Samuel P. "How Countries Democratize." Political Science Quarterly v. 124, n. 1 (2009): 31.

Commentary

The Democratic Temper

– Beer, Samuel. "The Democratic Temper." The New Republic 185 (Nov. 11, 1981): 30-33.

Democracy’s Third Wave

– Schmitter, Philippe C. "Democracy's Third Wave." The Review of Politics 55:2 (Spring 1993): 348-351.

An Exchange on Civil-Military Relations

– Kohn, Richard, Colin Powell, John Lehman, William Odom, Samuel Huntington, "An Exchange on Civil-Military Relations," The National Interest 36 (Summer 1994): 23-31

Islam and the West

– Bilgrami, Akeel. "Islam and the West." Philosophy & Social Criticism 38:5 (2002): 477-483.

A Scholar and a Gentleman

– Desch, Michael. "A Scholar and a Gentleman," American Conservative 8:2 (Jan. 26, 2009): 25-26.

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