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1. Foresight and its application in ministries of foreign affairs

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

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

4. The Phenomenon of “Global Russia”

5. Gendered Vulnerability: How Women Work Harder to Stay in Office

6. Unstable Majorities: Polarization, Party Sorting, and Political Stalemate

7. BASC News

8. Western Balkans in the loop: Reshaping regional cooperation in times of uncertainty

9. The Silk Road and the Gulf: A New Frontier for the RMB

10. In the Gulf, China Plays to Win but US has Upper Hand

11. Envisioning a New Economic Middle East: Reshaping the Gulf with Israel

12. Kazakhs Wary of Chinese Embrace as BRI Gathers Steam

13. The Islamic Revolution at 40

14. 3 Reasons Why the Fed Wants to Keep Raising Interest Rates

15. Romania: NATO's Frail Anchor in a Turbulent Black Sea

16. Implementing the National Defense Strategy Demands Operational Concepts for Defeating Chinese and Russian Aggression

17. Entrevista en IBERCAMPUS sobre el libro La política exterior de Estados Unidos

18. First Nations, LNG Canada, and the Politics of Anti-Pipeline Protests

19. Vientiane-Hanoi Expressway Project

20. Cool Japan, Creative Industries, and Diversity

21. ASEAN Vision 2040 Volume IV : Integrated and Connected Seamless ASEAN Economic Community

22. ASEAN Vision 2040 Volume III : Transforming and Deepening the ASEAN Community

23. ASEAN Vision 2040 Volume II: Collective Leadership, ASEAN Centrality, and Strengthening the ASEAN Institutional Ecosystem

24. ADBI Working Paper Series: Firm Adjustment to Trade Policy Changes in East Asia

25. Demand and Supply Potential of Hydrogen Energy in East Asia

26. ERIA Frames

27. The EU’s role in stabilising the Korean Peninsula

28. Brexit: Time regained

29. Creating Fossil-Fuel-Free Communities Globally

30. It’s Not Too Late for Rojava

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

32. Why I Cry at Work: Drone War Burnout

33. How the Judiciary is Chipping Away at the War on Terror

34. The NBA’s China Fiasco Shows What Businesses Really Value

35. Abusive North American Companies Pay Off Latin American Police to Harass Critics

36. How to Displace the Great Replacement

37. The Ukraine Whistleblowers and the Rise of Partisan Whistleblowing

38. Don’t Forget: Nuclear Weapons Are an Existential Threat, Too

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

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

41. Ireland-UK Relations and Northern Ireland after Brexit

42. China in the 2020s: a more difficult decade?

43. Technology and National Security: The United States at a Critical Crossroads

44. Resisting TTIP Behind the Boarder Talks: The Case of Genetically Modified Organisms

45. Turkey’s Economic Problems before the Elections

46. The Varna Quadrilateral: A New Format for Regional Cooperation

47. The Razumkov Center Newsletter

48. The Razumkov Center Newsletter

49. The Razumkov Center Newsletter

50. Ituri Becomes Congo’s Latest Flashpoint

51. Lost Opportunity in Zimbabwe

52. Africa Lags in Protections against Human Trafficking

53. Presidential Elections in Mali: A Step toward Stabilizing a Weak State

54. After Burundi’s Referendum, a Drive to Dismantle the Arusha Accords

55. YALI Fellows Participate in Africa Center Security Simulation Exercise

56. Q&A: Somalia Charts Security Transition

57. Reform and Renewal in Zimbabwe or More of the Same?

58. World Cup Dreams Shape Africa’s National Narratives

59. Overcoming the Democratisation Deficit in the Western Balkans: A Road to (No)Where?

60. Why Americans pay too much for health care

61. Cato Educates Capitol Hill

62. Your Uber Ambulance Has Arrived

63. Japan-Russia relations: The Kremlin has the upper hand

64. The United States braces itself for the midterm elections: Is there a foreign-policy dimension?

65. Does Pattern Bargaining Explain Wage Restraint in the German Public Sector?

66. International Monetary Regimes and the German Model

67. Joint Humanitarian Operations

68. It’s Like That and That’s the Way It Is? Evaluating Education Policy

69. SVP for Clean Energy, on the Union Organizing Drive at Buffalo Solar Factory

70. DC Can Show True Climate Leadership by Cutting Carbon Even Faster and More Efficiently

71. DC’s Climate Policy Should Be Even More Ambitious: Testimony Before the Council of the District of Columbia

72. Unemployment to Reemployment: An Idea to Modernize the Safety Net for the Digital Age

73. From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen: Dollar Exposures in Chinese Fintech

74. The China Tariff Mess

75. A New Strategy for European Health Policy

76. The United States and China— A Relationship Adrift: The New War in Trade, Investment, and High Technology

77. The United States, China, and Southeast Asia: Can ASEAN Find a New Strategic Equilibrium?

78. The Islamic State and Drones: Supply, Scale, and Future Threats

79. Exploding Stereotypes: Characteristics of Boko Haram’s Suicide Bombers

80. Turkish-German Relations From Conjunctural Cooperation to the Solution of Structural Issues

81. Natural partners? Europe, Japan and security in the Indo-Pacific

82. Forty years of democratic Spain: Political, economic, foreign policy and social change, 1978-2018

83. Dead Man Walking: Time to Put the INF Treaty to Rest?

84. Challenges of Real National Defence

85. The Citizens’ Opinion of the Police

86. The Begin Doctrine: The Lessons of Osirak and Deir ez-Zor

87. The Ministry of Defense Budget for 2019: Major Issues

88. Iran in a Changing Strategic Environment

89. Turkey and Iran: Two Regional Powers and the Relations Pendulum

90. Iran in the Wake of the Protests: Voices of Change without Change

91. Russian Intervention in the US Presidential Elections: The New Threat of Cognitive Subversion

92. Germany-Israel Relations: Unique or Normal?

93. Sustaining Peace in Practice: Building on What Works

94. To Defeat Terrorism, Use 'People Power'

95. USIP’s Work on Violent Extremism

96. Making sense of Europe’s Southern Neighbourhood: Main Geopolitical and Security Parameters

97. Three’s company? France, Germany, the UK and European defence post-Brexit

98. Assault on the Liberal Trading Order

99. Overselling the Trans pacific Partnership: The Trade Security Nexus

100. What Drives the Use and Abuse of Dead Bodies in Middle East Conflicts?