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

2. Tasks for North Korea Policy After the Washington Declaration

3. Russia’s Stance on the North Korean Narrative of a New Cold War

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

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

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

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

8. Assessing Realist and Liberal Explanations for the Russo-Ukrainian War

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

10. UK Must Engage with Argentina Over Future of Falkland Islands

11. Integration with the United States or Latin American Independence?

12. For Hemispheric Unity, a Change in U.S. Foreign Policy is Needed

13. Chavismo in the World

14. Hypotheses on the Implications of the Ukraine-Russia War

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

23. Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process: Opportunities and Barriers

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

25. NATO-Georgian Relations in the Coming Decades

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

27. Is America Really Back?

28. Seeking Allies: The motives behind the change of the Turkish foreign policy towards appeasement

29. Governing Parameters: Will the New Governments in Israel and Iran Affect the Ongoing Tensions Between Them?

30. Consistent Inconsistency: What One Thirty-year-old Cable Reveals About U.S.-DPRK Relations

31. The EU’s North Korea Policy: From Engagement, to Critical Engagement, and to Criticism with Limited Engagement

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

33. Kim Jong Un’s Two-Faced Strategy: South Korea First and U.S. Later Tactics Restoration of the Inter-Korean Hotline, the Road to an Inter-Korean Summit

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

35. Detachment by Default: the International Framework of the Karabakh Conflict

36. How Nato Enlargement Strengthens the Security of the Euro-Atlantic Region: The Case of the Baltic States

37. The Sources of Russian Misconduct

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

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

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

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

42. The Battle for the Soul of Islam

43. Iran in Lebanon: A Fatal Occupation

44. Sudan’s Predicament and the Israeli Connection

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

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

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

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

49. In search of a European Russia strategy

50. Italian Military Operations: Coping with Rising Threats and Declining US Leadership

51. Staring Into the Abyss of US-China Decoupling

52. Athens and Jerusalem Have a Diplomatic Opportunity

53. Coronavirus Threatens to Drive Wedge into US-Gulf Relations

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

55. Armenia's Foreign Policy: Where values meet constraints

56. Macron Looks East: The French president’s visit to the Baltics offers an opportunity for closer coordination with Germany on Russia policy

57. Mismatched Expectations are Straining EU-Ukraine Relations: Strengthening Mutual Trust and Credibility Should Remain Key Priority

58. Averting a Global Calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20

59. Potential Gains: Why Did India Exempt the Iranian Oil Payments from Taxes?

60. South Sudan and Israel: A love affair in a changing region?

61. Morocco’s pro-active diplomacy, two years after (re)joining the African Union

62. A Roundtable on Jasper M. Trautsch, The Genesis of America: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Formation of National Identity, 1793-1815

63. A Roundtable on John M. Thompson, Great Power Rising: Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy

64. A Roundtable on Robert K. Brigham, Reckless: Henry Kissinger and the Tragedy of Vietnam

65. Intelligence, U.S. Foreign Relations, and Historical Amnesia

66. The Diplomatic Character(s) of the Early Republic

67. A Roundtable on Grant Madsen, Sovereign Soldiers: How the U.S. Military Transformed the Global Economy After World War II

68. Strengthening US Relations with ASEAN: A Critical Element of the US Indo-Pacific Strategy

69. Kazakhs Wary of Chinese Embrace as BRI Gathers Steam

70. Trump Isn’t Really Trying to End America’s Wars

71. Trump’s Betrayal of the Kurds Is Terrible, But the Answer Is Not Endless War

72. Five years after Maidan: Toward a Greater Eurasia?

73. How Europe Should Approach China