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1. Climate Change in Japan’s New Defence and Security Strategies

2. Disaster Management in Southeast Asia: 20 Years of Progress and Challenges

3. China’s “Catchup” on Growing Genetically Modified Crops

4. Southeast Asia Aid Map - Key Findings Report

5. Australia’s Role Supporting Democracies as a Middle Power

6. Japan’s Gradual Move to Address Technological Challenges to Democracy

7. Restoring Democracy in Myanmar: A Call for Bolstered Anti-Junta Resistance Forces

8. Taiwan’s Civic Space Threatened by Chinese Misinformation and the Government’s Worrisome Legislative Responses

9. One Thing It Lacks: South Korea’s North Korea Policy in 2023 National Security Strategy

10. Tasks for North Korea Policy After the Washington Declaration

11. North Korea’s Space Development: The Gap Between Ideal and Reality

12. The South Korea-U.S. Summit and Measures to Enhance Bilateral Cooperation on North Korea

13. Pyongyang in Search of a New Cold War Strategy

14. Japan’s Stance on North Korea’s “New Cold War” Narrative: Strengthening Japan’s Defense and Global Normative Power

15. U.S. Stance on North Korea’s “New Cold War” Narrative

16. North Korea’s Outlook on the New Cold War

17. Will Spring Ever Come? Security Landscape of Northeast Asia in 2023

18. China’s Stance on North Korea’s “New Cold War” Narrative

19. Re-Declared “Frontal Breakthrough”: North Korea’s Nuclear First Line in 2023 and Its Limitations

20. China Is Finally Making Progress on the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway

21. Japan’s New National Security Strategy Is Making Waves

22. Stress-Testing Chinese-Russian Relations

23. Australia and India’s New Military Bases: Responses to China’s Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean

24. Naval Incident Management in Europe, East Asia and South East Asia

25. Cyber Crossover and Its Escalatory Risks for Europe

26. Moving to an Offshore Balancing Strategy for East Asia

27. Why China Is Taking Sides Against Israel—and Why It Will Likely Backfire

28. Iraqi Officials Eye a Path for Chinese-Iraqi Development

29. Prospects of and Challenges to Arms Control in South Asia: A Pakistani Perspective

30. Timing Is Everything: Italy Withdraws from the Belt and Road Initiative

31. Italy’s Pivot to the Indo-Pacific – Towards a Value-driven Foreign Policy?


33. Revising down the rise of China

34. How Authoritarian Legacies Play a Role in Shaping Electoral Volatility in Asia

35. The Geopolitics of Human Trafficking and Gendered North Korean Migration

36. South Korea’s 2022 Presidential Election: A Vox Populi that is Evenly Divided

37. An Assessment of North Korea’s ICBM Technology and South Korea’s Countermeasures

38. Political Polarization in Asia: Cleavages and Agencies of Polarization in India, the Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand

39. Transitional Justice and Reconciliation in Asia: Lessons Learned from Korea, Sri Lanka, and Taiwan

40. Chinese Surveillance Devices: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

41. Three Reasons Why CHIPS-plus is a Big Win for US National Security

42. NATO Should Defend Europe, Not Pivot to Asia

43. Raising the Minimum: Explaining China’s Nuclear Buildup

44. How Militarily Useful Would Taiwan Be to China?

45. Deterring a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan: Upholding the Status Quo

46. War Is a Choice, Not a Trap: The Right Lessons from Thucydides

47. Semiconductors Are Not a Reason to Defend Taiwan

48. Lessons for Taiwan from Ukraine

49. How China’s Environments Changed its Modern History: An interview with Micah Muscolino

50. India–China Boundary Dispute: Progress on Disengagement, but De-escalation Remains Far-fetched

51. NATO’s New Strategic Concept: Novelties and Priorities

52. North Korea’s Covid-19 Outbreak: An Opening for Engagement?

53. A Perfect Recipe for the Next Escalation on the Korean Peninsula

54. Constraints for Engagement with China: Dutch Ports and the BRI

55. Global Health Security COVID-19 and Its Impacts – Vaccine Resilience: Next Stage in ASEAN’s War?

56. Women in AI: Is There a Singapore Model?

57. Reviving Nuclear Power: Is the Philippines Ready?

58. Invasion of Ukraine – Asia’s Food Security in Trouble?

59. India’s Food Security Resilience: Some Tips for ASEAN?

60. Ukraine War and Food Security: How Should ASEAN Respond?

61. Global Food Insecurity – Animal Feed and Meat: Asia’s Looming Food Crisis

62. Growing Food Insecurity – Asia’s Huge Appetite for Fish: Can It Be Met?

63. Growing Food Insecurity – Global Water Crisis: Options for Food Security

64. Global Food Insecurity – Food Import: Reducing ASEAN’s Dependency

65. Planetary health: An alternative framework for disaster governance in ASEAN?

66. Next Steps for Disaster Resilience in ASEAN

67. ndonesia’s 2060 Net-Zero Ambition: The Challenges Ahead

68. Global Food Insecurity – The Danger of Misguided Food Production Policies: The Case of Sri Lanka

69. Uncertainty in the Black Sea: Implications for Asia’s Food Security

70. The Quad and HADR Operations: Prospects for Cooperation with Southeast Asia

71. Small Modular Reactors in the Philippines’ Journey Toward Nuclear Energy




75. Mixed report card: China’s influence at the United Nations

76. Taiwan’s Local Elections: Defeat of the Ruling DPP Amidst Negative Campaigns

77. Sustaining Democratic Unity for Ukraine’s Victory and South Korea’s Roles in This

78. Russia’s Partial Mobilization: Issues Pertaining Russian Migrants in Mongolia

79. A Congruous Multilateral Security Framework? Searching for an Asian Democratic Partnerships

80. Elite Polarization in South Korea: Evidence from a Natural Language Processing Model

81. State of Minority Rights in Asia: Trends from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mongolia and Thailand

82. Direct Democracy: Changing Contexts and Trends in Asia

83. Divining the North Korean Nuclear Problem in a Multipolar World

84. A Decade Under the Millennial Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un

85. Foreign Policy Recharged after Defusing MAGA: Biden’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and the Korean Peninsula

86. The Future of U.S.-North Korea Relations After the 2022 U.S. Midterm Elections

87. Global Health Diplomacy as a Path to De-escalatory Engagement with North Korea

88. China Under Xi Jinping’s One-Man Rule

89. Analysis of North Korea’s Nuclear Force Policy Act: Intentions and Drawbacks

90. Evaluation and Suggestion on the ROK-U.S. Extended Deterrence Strategy and Consultation Group Meeting

91. The Influence of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the DPRK-China Economic Ties and their Impact on the Korean Peninsula

92. The Road to Denuclearization of the DPRK: The DPRK’s Strategy and the ROK-U.S. Response Plan

93. America’s Alliance First vs. DPRK’s “neo-Cold War” First: An Assessment on US-DPRK Relationship

94. Reviewing 30 Years of “China’s Role” in North Korea’s Nuclear Issue

95. Tokyo’s View on the Korean Peninsula and Regional Security

96. A Study on Humanitarian Aid to North Korea

97. President Yoon's Trip to Madrid: Rethinking Seoul's Policies toward Moscow, Beijing, Tokyo, and Pyongyang

98. Filling the Geopolitical Void in Central Asia

99. Putin Is Doing Xi’s Dirty Work (and the West Is Helping Him)

100. Paper Fairy Tales VS Steel Brotherhood – Media Portrayals of Serbia’s Alliances in the Age of Pandemic