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

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

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

4. Chavismo in the World

5. Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process: Opportunities and Barriers

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

7. NATO-Georgian Relations in the Coming Decades

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

9. UK Must Engage with Argentina Over Future of FalklandIslands

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

11. Is America Really Back?

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

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

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

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

16. 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

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

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

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

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