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

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

3. Pyongyang in Search of a New Cold War Strategy

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

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

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

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

8. Stress-Testing Chinese-Russian Relations

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

10. Cyber Crossover and Its Escalatory Risks for Europe

11. The Restraining Effect of Nuclear Deterrence

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

13. Preserving U.S. Military Advantages in the Middle East

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

15. Tritium Troubles: The Politics of Fukushima’s Treated Water Release in the Asia-Pacific and Beyond

16. Climate Action, Geopolitical Risks and Strategic Policy: The Western Race to Secure Critical Raw Materials

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

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

19. Turning point? Putin, Xi, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine

20. Revising down the rise of China

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

22. China - A Non-neutral Party in the Russo-Ukrainian War

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

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

25. WILL COOPERATION BETWEEN THE WORLD BANK AND CHINA LAST?

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

27. How Militarily Useful Would Taiwan Be to China?

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

29. Implications of a Melting Arctic

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

31. Semiconductors Are Not a Reason to Defend Taiwan

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

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

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

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

36. CAN DEBT RELIEF CONSTRAIN REPRESSIVE GOVERNMENTS?

37. DOES THE GLOBAL CONSENSUS ON APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA HOLD CLUES FOR THE UYGHURS?

38. WILL NANCY PELOSI’S VISIT TO TAIWAN TRIGGER A CRISIS?

39. MANAGING CONFLICT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL RIVALS

40. WeChat’s role in Australian democracy: A grassroots view

41. Chinese coercion, Australian resilience

42. Sharper choices: How Australia can make better national security decisions

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

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

45. Analysis of Xi Jinping’s Work Report to the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and its Implications on Foreign Policy

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

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

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

49. Filling the Geopolitical Void in Central Asia

50. America’s Great-Power Challenge: Managing Russia’s Decline and China’s Rise

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

52. Treading Lightly: China’s Footprint in a Taliban-led Afghanistan

53. Don’t Fear Vacuums: It’s Safe To Go Home

54. Whitsun Reef Incident: Duterte’s China Strategy Sinking?

55. Manufactured Crisis: “Deindustrialization,” Free Markets, and National Security

56. China: Rise or Demise?

57. The Crisis after the Crisis: How Ladakh will Shape India’s Competition with China

58. Countering China’s Adventurism over Taiwan: A Third Way

59. Jagged Sphere: China’s quest for infrastructure and influence in mainland Southeast Asia

60. The Avoidable War: The Decade of Living Dangerously

61. Tehran Signals: Uncovering the limitations of the Chinese Iranian agreement

62. New Silk Road - China’s Grand Strategy and Georgia

63. Germany Between a Rock and a Hard Place in China-US Competition

64. Assessing China and Russia’s Influence on the German Parliamentary Elections

65. Hun Sen's Mistake? The Domestic Political Ramifications of His Chinese Shelter

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

67. Is America Really Back?

68. Restoring Civic Trust in the Post-Pandemic Era: What makes citizens trust governments?

69. Divisions on US-China Policy: Opinion Leaders and the Public

70. Russians See Greater Reward than Risk in Closer Relations with China

71. Ahead of Biden-Moon Summit, South Koreans and Americans Align on China and North Korea

72. EU-China Investment Agreement: the EU’s Balancing Act between Values and Economic Interests

73. The internet of things: China’s rise and Australia’s choices

74. Lines blurred: Chinese community organisations in Australia

75. China, climate politics and COP26

76. Translating tension: Chinese-language media in Australia

77. Australia and the growing reach of China’s military

78. Asia, Europe and Global Democracy: Beyond the Summit for Democracy

79. From the G7 to D10: The U.S.-China Competition and the Complexity of the Clash of Systems within the Multilateral Order

80. Protecting Taiwan’s Democracy from China with US Support

81. Populism and the Pandemic in Southeast Asia

82. North Korea’s Energy Crisis: What Are the Problems?

83. The China Challenge Prompts Recovery of a Strained ROK-Japan Relations: Analyzing ROK-Japan Relations Through the 9th Joint Korea-Japan Public Opinion Survey

84. An International Digital Yuan: (Vane) Ambitions, (Excessive) Alarmism and (Pragmatic) Expectations

85. The World After the Pandemic: European Unity and the Challenge of Reviving Multilateralism

86. WHY THE “TERRORIST” LABEL HELPS SOME GROUPS AND HURTS OTHERS

87. What the Quad Is, Is Not, and Should Not Be

88. The Folly of a Democracy-based Grand Strategy

89. Staring Into the Abyss of US-China Decoupling

90. Coronavirus Could Revolutionize America’s China Policy

91. Gulf Security: The Arab Gulf States Have No Good Options

92. A Fragile Anti-US Alliance: Russia Accuses China of Technology Theft

93. China’s Response to the Killing of Soleimani

94. The Chinese Penetration of Israeli Media

95. Toynbee Coronavirus Series: Dominic Sachsenmaier on China, geopolitics, and global history post-COVID-19

96. China’s Emerging Disaster Diplomacy: What It Means for Southeast Asia

97. Beyond COVID-19: Global Priorities Against Future Contagion

98. COVID-19: Is the Humanitarian Sector Prepared?

99. The Novel Coronavirus Outbreak and Its Political/Economic Impact on China

100. The Coronavirus Blame Game Intensifies the US-China Information War for International Public Opinion