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501. The Mian Channu Incident and the Enduring Risk of Nuclear Escalation between India and Pakistan

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

503. Lessons from the T20: Five Priorities for Italian Infrastructure Investment

504. Biden’s Foreign Policy Casts a Long Shadow

505. A Healthier and More Sustainable Global Food System: What is at Stake for the EU?

506. The Return of US Leadership in Europe: Biden and the Russia Crisis

507. A Digital Euro in Search of an Identity

508. Inequalities and Local Infrastructure: The Challenges of Post-Covid Recovery Investments

509. Israeli Apartheid and the West’s Dwindling Moral Credibility

510. Europe’s Post-Cold War Order Is No More

511. A G7/G20 Pact for Sustainable Urbanisation? Building on the Positive Legacy of Italy’s G20 Presidency

512. Putin’s Use and Abuse of History: Back to the 19th Century?

513. Nuclear Waste Policy Actions for the 117th Congress and Biden Administration

514. Carbon Pricing During an Energy Crisis

515. Venezuela Oil Sanctions: Not an Easy Fix

516. Energy Markets and the Design of Sanctions on Russia

517. Sanctions and the Economic Consequences of Higher Oil Prices

518. Hydrogen: A Hot Commodity Lacking Sufficient Statistics

519. The 3+3 Regional Cooperation and Georgia: What Is at Stake?

520. Major Non-NATO Ally Status - Chance for Survival Or A Vision Doomed to Failure?

521. How Russia’s War Against Ukraine Will Affect Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali Region

522. Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process: Opportunities and Barriers

523. Importance of Maintaining and Strengthening NATO’s Nuclear Deterrence: A Historical Overview

524. War, Censorship and Public Opinion in Russia: Putin’s Struggle at Home and Abroad

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

526. Economic Consequences of Sanctions on Russia

527. Putin’s Infantrymen: Kadyrov’s Involvement in the 2022 Ukrainian Conflict

528. Military Effects Of Economic Sanctions On Russia

529. Georgia and the Baltics: Relations Amidst the War in Ukraine

530. NATO-Georgian Relations in the Coming Decades

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

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

533. A Saudi-Pakistani Reset: Business as Usual?

534. The UAE Under Attack: A Foreign Policy Test

535. Hizballah, Lebanon, and Reconciliation with the Gulf: The Impasse

536. Politics, War and Eastern Mediterranean Gas

537. Tunisia’s Turbulence: On the Road to Economic and Political Collapse

538. A Tale of Two Normalizations: Israeli Normalization with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – Part I

539. A Tale of Two Normalizations: Israeli Normalization with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain – Part II

540. Saudi Arabia’s New Nationalism: Embracing Jahiliyyah

541. Is there anything new in Mansour Abbas’ declaration concerning the “Jewish State”?

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

543. Australia in the Middle East: Enduring risks, interests, and opportunities

544. Chinese coercion, Australian resilience

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

553. Direct Democracy: Changing Contexts and Trends in Asia

554. Responding to the Looming Food Crisis and Managing Political Stability in Indonesia

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

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

557. The Russia-Ukraine War and North Korea-Russia Relations

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

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

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

561. The Biden Administration’s Economic Security Policies and ROK-U.S. Relations

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

571. A Study on Humanitarian Aid to North Korea

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

573. 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?

574. 2022 Retrospective and Trends for 2023

575. Filling the Geopolitical Void in Central Asia

576. Ecological Path to Peace Is Possible in Ukraine

577. Iranian Jews in Israel, Protests, and the Palestinians

578. Iran and the United Nations: Breaking New Ground at the Human Rights Council, Is the Commission for the Status of Women Next?

579. US-Africa Leaders Summit: New Beginning or Old Wine in a New Bottle?

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

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

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

583. Towards a Renewed Local Social and Political Covenant in Libya, Syria and Yemen

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

585. The Graveyard of Hubris – Yemen Annual Review 2021

586. When Giants Strike – The Yemen Review, January & February 2022

587. Ramadan Truce Faces Uphill Struggle – The Yemen Review, March 2022

588. Changing of the Guard– The Yemen Review, April 2022

589. Despite Headwinds, Truce Flies On – The Yemen Review, May 2022

590. Taiz Siege Continues as Talks Face Roadblocks – The Yemen Review, June 2022

591. Government Instability Overshadows Truce – The Yemen Review, July 2022

592. Showdown in Shabwa Shakes Government – The Yemen Review, August 2022

593. Truce Expires as Internal Divisions Deepen – The Yemen Review, October 2022

594. Houthis Target Southern Ports – The Yemen Review, October 2022

595. Govt Agrees Financial Aid as Houthis Target Oil Sector – The Yemen Review, November 2022

596. Dancing in the Battle for the Mantle of the Politically “Modern”: An Interview with Victoria Philips

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

598. Reconfiguring NATO: The Case for Burden Shifting

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

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