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1. Red herrings: A model of attention-hijacking by politicians

2. Chips, subsidies, security, and great power competition

3. POWER, NOT PEACE: THE ACHILLES’ HEEL OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES

4. ACLED Year in Review Global Disorder in 2022

5. The Number of Countries with Coups d’etats and Other Constitutional Changes in Government is Rising: How should donors stay engaged?

6. Managing Opportunities, Challenges, and Expectations for the New Agenda for Peace

7. The UN General Assembly 2023: The urgency of compromise on financing for development

8. The Involvement of Civil Society Organizations in Arctic Governance

9. Developing Good Practices in Export Control Outreach to the NewSpace Industry

10. Five Urgent Questions on Ecological Security

11. Integrating Gender Perspectives into International Humanitarian Law

12. Global History and International Relations: a discussion with Ayşe Zarakol, Glenda Sluga, and Heidi Tworek

13. Plowshares into Swords: An Interview with David Ekbladh

14. War, Plague and Inflation: Is this time different?: An Interview with Dr. Natacha Postel-Vinay

15. Recovering the History of Interwar International Environmental Law: An Interview with Omer Aloni

16. The Rise of Sanctions as a Tool of Modern War: An Interview with Nicholas Mulder

17. Building Climate Resilience in Urban Informal Settlements through Data Co-production

18. COP26’s Dilemma: Sustainability vs Food Security?

19. Planetary Health: Managing Competing Tensions

20. Urban Resilience: A 21ˢᵗ Century Challenge

21. Human Development and Mental Health: New Approaches and Metrics Needed

22. International Currency Instability and Food Security: Time to Rebuild “Real Food Economies”?

23. Cybersecurity in the Humanitarian Sector: New Challenges and Solutions

24. Countering Disinformation and Misinformation in Humanitarian Relief Work

25. Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable Water Infrastructure Financing

26. CONTAINMENT 2.0: SANCTIONS FOR THE LONG HAUL

27. Fact Sheet: Global Demonstrations Against the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

28. Big data and national security: A guide for Australian policymakers

29. Foresight and its application in ministries of foreign affairs

30. Sanctions and the Economic Consequences of Higher Oil Prices

31. Hydrogen: A Hot Commodity Lacking Sufficient Statistics

32. Shared Human Values and the Great Powers’ Competition: Trends in the Evolution of the International Relations System

33. Spheres of Influence in a Multipolar World

34. What should leaders focus on during the United Nations General Assembly High-level week 2022 to help restore some popular trust in international collective action and multilateralism?

35. 2022 Retrospective and Trends for 2023

36. Considering the Future of Gender and Peace Operations: Strategic Debates and Operational Challenges

37. Inclusion and Exclusion in International Ordering: An Interview with Glenda Sluga

38. CONFLICT MINERALS LEGISLATION: SHOOTING AT THE WRONG TARGET… AGAIN

39. Are we facing a wave of conflict in high-income countries?

40. How can we work towards economic recovery for all? Financing for Development: the issues, challenges, and opportunities in 2021

41. It’s Time to Go Back to Basics of Governance

42. Treaty Allies Matter for US Foreign Policy Experts—but They Are Not Indispensable

43. How the United States Can Support Nascent Political Parties

44. The Remittance Effect: A Lifeline for Developing Economies Through The Pandemic and into Recovery

45. Humanitarian ‘Do No Harm’: Plugging Gaps in Data Governance

46. Code Red for Humanity’: What Next for Mankind?

47. Planetary Health: A More Resilient World Post-COVID-19?

48. COP26: Sustaining the Global Food System

49. Reducing Military Risks through OSCE Instruments

50. Mid-Year Update: 10 Conflicts to Worry About in 2021

51. Violence Targeting Women in Politics: Trends in Targets, Types, and Perpetrators of Political Violence

52. ACLED 2020: The Year in Review

53. A Year of COVID-19

54. China, climate politics and COP26

55. Democracy and the Challenges of Climate Change

56. COVID-19 and the Global Vaccine Race

57. IS CLIMATE CHANGE DRIVING GLOBAL CONFLICT?

58. Freeing Fiscal Space: A human rights imperative in response to COVID-19

59. Risk-Limiting Audits: A Guide for Global Use

60. Artificial Intelligence and National Security

61. If you Can't Beat Them, Join Them: Should States Embrace Bitcoin?

62. The Carbon-Neutral LNG Market: Creating a Framework for Real Emissions Reductions

63. Stronger International Safeguards as a Condition of Supply to Nuclear Energy Programs: Coming to Consensus in the Nuclear Suppliers Group

64. The Global Energy Crisis: Implications of Record High Natural Gas Prices

65. The Impact of ESG on National Oil Companies

66. A Roundtable on Lauren Turek, To Bring the Good News to All Nations: Evangelical Influence on Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations

67. A Roundtable on Christopher Dietrich, A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations

68. A Roundtable on Michael Kimmage, The Abandonment of the West

69. PTSS Virtual Global Alumni Community of Interest Workshop: The Impact of the COVID–19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counterterrorism

70. Responsibility to Protect and the World in 2020

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

72. Toynbee Coronavirus Series: Erez Manela on the WHO, smallpox eradication, and the need for renewed internationalism

73. Toynbee Coronavirus Series: Dipesh Chakrabarty on zoonotic pathogens, human life, and pandemic in the age of the Anthropocene

74. Toynbee Coronavirus Series—Global History Forum: Jeremy Adelman, Or Rosenboim, Jamie Martin, Cindy Ewing, and Akita Shigeru

75. Toynbee Coronavirus Series—Global Historians Analyze the Pandemic: Glenda Sluga, Jie-Hyun Lim, Lauren Benton, and Hsiung Ping-chen

76. Thinking Through Water: An Interview with Sunil S. Amrith

77. Youth, God, and Empire: Interview With Dr. Joy Schulz

78. A Roundtable on Daniel Immerwahr, How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States

79. A Roundtable on Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Do Morals Matter?: Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump

80. The United States and the World Health Organization

81. A Roundtable on Daniel Bessner and Fredrik Logevall, “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations”

82. Roundtable on Timothy J. Lynch, In the Shadow of the Cold War: American Foreign Policy from George Bush Sr. to Donald Trump

83. Is Coronavirus Good for Our Sick Planet?

84. This Time is Different. The "COVID-Shock" and Future of the Global Oil Market

85. Strengthening Prevention with Better Anticipation: COVID-19 and Beyond

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

87. The Impacts of the New Coronavirus Pandemic on the Global Economy: A Nontechnical Summary

88. Coronavirus Crisis Accelerating Reconsideration of Supply Chains

89. Entry into Force of the TPNW: Challenges for Revitalizing Nuclear Disarmament

90. The ICRC’s Changing Role In International Humanitarianism

91. The Future Of Microfinance

92. Special Commentary: Recruiting in a Post-COVID-19 World

93. Special Commentary: Outbreak: COVID-19, Crime, and Conflict

94. WHY HEALTHY SKEPTICISM ABOUT THIS YEAR’S NOBEL PEACE PRIZE IS WARRANTED

95. GENDER AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE

96. TWENTY YEARS AFTER UNSCR 1325: ANY PROGRESS ENDING WARTIME SEXUAL VIOLENCE?

97. COVID-19, FOOD ACCESS, AND SOCIAL UPHEAVAL

98. THE STABILITY-INSTABILITY PANDEMIC

99. 5 QUESTIONS ON DEVELOPMENT AND CONFLICT

100. THE DIPLOMATIC BURDEN OF COVID-19