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1. Warnings and Welcomes: China’s Reopening and the Politics of International Travel

2. At a Dead End? China’s Drive to Reform Defense Science and Technology Institutes Stalls

3. The Clash at Tawang: Tensions Rise on the China-India Border

4. Towards Guanxi? Reconciling the “Relational Turn” in Western and Chinese International Relations Scholarship

5. The Geopolitical Consequences of COVID-19: Assessing Hawkish Mass Opinion in China

6. Bringing Russia Back in From the Cold

7. The CSTO Intervention in Kazakhstan Implication for Regional and World Order

8. Sino-Iranian Relations and Their Impact on South and Central Asia

9. Repatriating Azerbaijani IDPs Policy Priorities and Recommendations

10. Mine Action and the Environment in Karabakh

11. Time to Get U.S.-Azerbaijani Relations on Track Azerbaijan’s victory in the Second Karabakh War has created a new geopolitical reality in the South Caucasus and the Caspian region.

12. Azerbaijan in the Struggle for Eurasia Restoring America’s Geostrategic Approach

13. Armenian-Azerbaijani Relations in the Wake of the Second Karabakh War

14. Korean Newspapers, Korean Sovereignty over Dokdo and Ulleungdo, and Early Japanese Intrusions

15. Tying Human Rights to U.S.-DPRK-ROK Negotiations

16. Getting North Korean Human Rights Right, Now and for the Future

17. North Korea’s Plan for Unification by Federation: What It Really Means

18. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

19. “Strong, but Anxious State”: The Fantasmatic Narratives on Ontological Insecurity and Anxiety in Turkey

20. Identity change, anxiety and creativity: How 19th century Japan sought to leave Asia and become part of the West