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901. Argentina: A Tentative Case for Democratic Populism

902. The Inversion of Human Rights in Brazil

903. COMMENTARIES: State of the European Union address 2020

904. US Elections - The optimistic worst-case scenario

905. EU – Western Balkans summit - More reforms, more money

906. EU Council Commentary: No progress in MFF and recovery fund

907. "Coronationalism" vs a geopolitical Europe? EU external solidarity at the time of Covid-19

908. Member states’ expectations towards the German Council Presidency

909. What next for NATO? Views from the North-East Flank on Alliance Adaptation

910. Russia’s Struggle to Gain Influence in Southeast Asia

911. The Future of the Kuomintang in Taiwan: Reform, Recalibrate, or Stay the Course?

912. Can Oman Survive Its Own Neighborhood After the Death of Sultan Qaboos?

913. What North Korea’s Coronavirus Measures Say About Its System

914. What To Do about Idlib

915. Lack of Demand: The Coronavirus Pandemic and China’s Belt and Road Initiative

916. The Swiss Model vs. Swedish Model in Dealing with China

917. Social Distancing: Australia’s Relations with China

918. The Geopolitics of Post-Brexit Britain

919. The Implications of Withdrawing American Troops from Germany

920. No Sanctuary: China’s New Territorial Dispute with Bhutan

921. COVID-19 and Authoritarian Regimes: China vs. Russia

922. The Role of Russian Private Military Contractors in Africa

923. U.S. Troops Injured in Altercation with Russian Forces: What It Means for the War in Syria

924. Malta, Italy, and Mediterranean Migration: A Long History and an Ongoing Issue

925. China’s Monopoly on Rare Earth Elements—and Why We Should Care

926. The Realist Victory in Nagorno-Karabakh

927. The Battle for the Soul of Islam

928. Iran in Lebanon: A Fatal Occupation

929. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and the Ethics of Military Readiness

930. Special Commentary: After COVID-19: American Landpower in Transatlantic Context

931. Special Commentary: Long-Term Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic for the US Army

932. Special Commentary: Memorandum for SECDEF: Restore “Shock” in Strategic Planning

933. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and Indo-Pacific Strategy: Korea is Up, China is Down, and the US (For Now) is Out

934. Special Commentary: Scenarios for a Post-COVID Middle East

935. Special Commentary: “Hole” of Government: What COVID-19 Reveals about American Security Planning

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

937. Special Commentary: The Impact of COVID-19 on Civil-Military Relations

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

939. Special Commentary: COVID-19: Shaping a Sicker, Poorer, More Violent, and Unstable Western Hemisphere

940. Special Commentary: Domestic Politics and the Military’s COVID-19 Response

941. Special Commentary: Not So Fast: Why the Call to Expand the Reserve Components is Premature

942. Special Commentary: Post-COVID Transformation: DOD Goes into the Matrix?

943. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and Brazil: Why the US-Brazil Relationship Matters More Than Ever

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

945. GENDER AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE

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

947. WHAT DO THE BAHRAIN-ISRAEL-UAE AGREEMENTS MEAN?

948. THE BIG LESSON OF PEACEKEEPING IN SUDAN: BEWARE OF HOST-COUNTRY OBSTRUCTION

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

950. THE STABILITY-INSTABILITY PANDEMIC

951. 5 QUESTIONS ON DEVELOPMENT AND CONFLICT

952. THE DIPLOMATIC BURDEN OF COVID-19

953. YEMEN’S PROXY WARS EXPLAINED

954. IS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT DEAD? THE VIEW FROM LIBYA

955. ON THE ASSASSINATION OF QASSEM SOLEIMANI

956. A reflection on the Responsibility to Protect in 2020

957. Overcoming atrocities: An opportunity for change in Burundi

958. Atrocity Crimes and Preventive Diplomacy: Reflections on R2P’s 15th Anniversary

959. How a UN Board of Inquiry Failed to Address the Real Problem in Syria

960. All forgiven? South Sudan’s Transitional Government and the recurring risk of atrocities

961. R2P: The Dream and the Reality

962. The Responsibility to Protect in the Americas/La Responsabilidad de Proteger et la Organización de Estados Americanos

963. ‘It Could Happen Here’: The US Election and the Threat of Violence

964. The Responsibility to Protect at 15: A Promise Unfulfilled

965. COVID-19 in Kenya: Indices on County Healthcare Capacity and Populations at Risk

966. How Developing Countries Can Manage the COVID-19 Economic Impact

967. Why Are Women Opting Out of India’s Growing Economy?

968. Can the possible non-extension of the New START Treaty influence the strategic stability in the use of the outer space domain?

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

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

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

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

973. The Philippine Revolution constructs ‘Asia’ and Civilization from the periphery

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

975. Liberalism in Pre-revolutionary Russia: An interview with Susanna Rabow-Edling

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

977. In the Shadow of Justice: An Interview with Katrina Forrester

978. Unexpected Guests? The Soviet Union and the History of Global Capitalism: An Interview with Oscar Sanchez-Sibony

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

980. The 2004 Recurrence: The Impact of Escalation on the Domestic Political Equilibrium in Iran

981. Essential Players: How do ‘Mercenaries’ affect conflicts in the Middle East?

982. A Difficult Mission: Will the appointment of Allawi as Prime Minister end the crisis in Iraq?

983. Indispensable Masks: The Economics behind Mask Mania in the Middle East

984. Turkey, Libya and the Mediterranean Carve Up

985. Sudan’s Predicament and the Israeli Connection

986. Coronavirus, Oil and the Middle East

987. The Boomerang Effect: How Syria brought down Lebanon, which is bringing down Syria

988. Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria: sinking together?

989. Security in the Shadow of Climate Change in the Sahel

990. Coronavirus in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Certain Economic Disaster, Possible Pandemic

991. Chad and its Conflicts with Neighboring Countries

992. Erdoğan’s “Mini Empire” in Libya and Syria

993. Turkey has not become like Italy. Was it science or luck?

994. How Erdoğan Controls Turkey’s Information Space

995. Turkey's Giant Leap: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

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

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

998. A Roundtable on Monica Kim The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War: The Untold History

999. The United States and the World Health Organization

1000. A Roundtable on Daniel Bessner and Fredrik Logevall, “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations”