Leeds, Brett Ashley, and Jesse C. Johnson. Forthcoming. Theory, Data, and Deterrence: A Response to Kenwick, Vasquez, and Powers. Journal of Politics. Mattes, Michaela, Brett Ashley Leeds, and Naoko Matsumura. 2016. Measuring Change in Source of Leader Support: The CHISOLS Dataset. Journal of Peace Research 53 (2): 259-267. Chiba, Daina, Jesse C. Johnson, and Brett Ashley Leeds. 2015. Careful Commitments: Democratic States and Alliance Design. Journal of Politics 77 (4): 968-982. Mattes, Michaela, Brett Ashley Leeds, and Royce Carroll. 2015. Leadership Turnover and Foreign Policy Change: Societal Interests, Domestic Institutions, and Voting in the United Nations. International Studies Quarterly 59 (2): 280-290. Johnson, Jesse C., Brett Ashley Leeds, and Ahra Wu. 2015. Capability, Credibility, and Extended General Deterrence. International Interactions 41 (2): 309-336. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 2015. Why Do States Sign Alliances? In Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn, eds. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. DOI: 10.1002/9781118900772.etrds0387 Fang, Songying, Jesse C. Johnson, and Brett Ashley Leeds. 2014. To Concede or To Resist? The Restraining Effect of Military Alliances. International Organization 68 (4): 775-809. Johnson, Jesse C. and Brett Ashley Leeds. 2011. Defense Pacts: A Prescription for Peace? Foreign Policy Analysis 7 (1): 45-65. Leeds, Brett Ashley and T. Clifton Morgan. 2010. Alliances and Arms: The Quest for Security. In The International Studies Encyclopedia (12 vols), Robert A. Denemark, ed. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 66-81. Leeds, Brett Ashley, Michaela Mattes, and Jeremy S. Vogel. 2009. Interests, Institutions, and the Reliability of International Commitments. American Journal of Political Science 53 (2): 461-476. Leeds, Brett Ashley and Burcu Savun. 2007. Terminating Alliances: Why do States Abrogate Agreements? Journal of Politics 69 (4): 1118-1132. Leeds, Brett Ashley and Michaela Mattes. 2007. Alliance Politics During the Cold War: Aberration, New World Order, or Continuation of History? Conflict Management and Peace Science 24 (3): 183-199. Long, Andrew G. and Brett Ashley Leeds. 2006. Trading for Security: Military Alliances and Economic Agreements. Journal of Peace Research 43 (4): 433-451. Leeds, Brett Ashley and Sezi Anac. 2005. Alliance Institutionalization and Alliance Performance. International Interactions 31 (3): 183-202. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 2005. Alliances and the Expansion and Escalation of Militarized Interstate Disputes. In New Directions for International Relations, Alex Mintz and Bruce Russett, eds. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 117-134. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 2003. Alliance Reliability in Times of War: Explaining State Decisions to Violate Treaties. International Organization 57: 801-827. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 2003. Do Alliances Deter Aggression? The Influence of Military Alliances on the Initiation of Militarized Interstate Disputes. American Journal of Political Science 47: 427-439. Leeds, Brett Ashley, Jeffrey M. Ritter, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, and Andrew G. Long. 2002. Alliance Treaty Obligations and Provisions, 1815-1944. International Interactions 28: 237-260. Leeds, Brett Ashley, Andrew G. Long, and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell. 2000. Reevaluating Alliance Reliability: Specific Threats, Specific Promises. Journal of Conflict Resolution 44: 686-699. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 2000. Credible Commitments and International Cooperation: Guaranteeing Contracts Without External Enforcement. Conflict Management and Peace Science 18: 133-147. Leeds, Brett Ashley. 1999. Domestic Political Institutions, Credible Commitments, and International Cooperation. American Journal of Political Science 43: 979-1002. Leeds, Brett Ashley and David R. Davis. 1999. Beneath the Surface: Regime Type and International Interaction, 1953-78. Journal of Peace Research 36: 5-21. Leeds, Brett Ashley and David R. Davis. 1997. Domestic Political Vulnerability and International Disputes. Journal of Conflict Resolution 41: 814-834.