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1. Distrust in the heartland: explaining the Eurasian “Organization Gap” through the Russo-Chinese relations

2. Restarting Educational Exchanges with China after the Cultural Revolution

3. China Makes a Move in the Middle East: How Far Will Sino-Arab Strategic Rapprochement Go?

4. Meloni at the Helm: What Does Italy’s New Government Mean for Sino-Italian Relations?

5. Can Beijing be Flexible on U.S. Policy?

6. China’s Interests in Afghanistan One Year After the U.S. Withdrawal

7. The Russia-India-China Trilateral After Ukraine: Will Beijing Take the Lead?

8. With an Eye on Tibet, China Reacts Warily to Warming U.S.-Nepal Ties

9. Security Dialogues with Chinese Characteristics

10. China’s Shifting Approach to Alliance Politics

11. 16 + 1: China’s Push Into Central and Eastern Europe Loses Momentum

12. China and the Ongoing Political Crisis in Pakistan

13. China and Russia: Shackled to a Corpse?

14. What is at Stake in China-Bhutan Boundary Negotiations?

15. China-Lithuania Tensions Boil Over Taiwan

16. The U.S.-China Perception Gap: A Recipe for Disaster?

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

18. Ontological Insecurity, Anxiety, and Hubris: An Affective Account of Turkey-KRG Relations

19. Fall 2021 edition of Contemporary Eurasia

20. China’s Foreign Policy and Strategic Stability towards South Asia: An Analysis

21. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Integrating China with the Persian Gulf and East Africa

22. Africa and the United States: Reengaging with Africa’s Prosperity in Mind

23. The Sino–U.S. National Identity Gap and Bilateral Relations

24. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Gamechanger in the Indo-Pacific: The View from China

25. A Soviet Diplomat’s Memories of Beijing 1973-1975

26. William Rockhill, The Man Who Shaped China Policy a Century Ago

27. Win-Win Cooperation: Welcoming Hong Kong Refugees Would Benefit the United States

28. Forget China: A Policy for an Interconnected Region

29. Policy or Pique? Trump and the Turn to Great Power Competition

30. Japan on the Borderlines: Is Japan Still a Civilian Power?

31. Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis

32. Is Re-calibration Feasible in Turkey-Egypt Relations? Limits and Possibilities

33. The Uyghur Genocide and International Policy Response

34. A Solid Handoff in the U.S-India Relationship

35. Domestic Politics and Regional Dynamics in Turkey’s Geopolitical Approach to the Middle East Between 2002-2019

36. Mobilizing Resources and Signaling Intentions: a Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Japan’s Domestic and International Instrumentalization of the Senkaku Islands Dispute and China’s Maritime Assertiveness

37. The Future of Chinese Foreign Economic Policy Will Challenge U.S. Interests, Part 1: The Belt-and-Road Initiative and the Middle Income Trap

38. Pakistan People’s Party and Foreign Policy Priorities: (2008-2013): An Analysis

39. Countering China’s Future Military Ambitions

40. History and Engagement in the Work of Bezerra de Menezes

41. A Look at Taiwan's Cooperation with Paraguay (2009-2019)

42. ASEAN’s Looming Anxiety

43. Strategic Ambivalence: Japan’s Conflicted Response

44. China’s Economic Rise amid Renewed Great Power Competition, America’s Strategic Choices

45. Japanese Views of South Korea: Enough is Enough

46. South Korean Views of Japan: A Polarizing Split in Coverage

47. The Case of United States Views of Its Ties with China

48. China’s Role in India’s Hindu Nationalist Discourse

49. Putin’s Strategic Framework for Northeast Asia

50. The American News Media’s Volatile Perspectives on China

51. U.S. Policy Options Toward China: An Appraisal

52. The North Korean Détente: Peace Prospects on the Korean Peninsula

53. From Third World Theory to Belt and Road Initiative: International Aid as a Chinese Foreign Policy Tool

54. The evolution of China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: from a revisionist to status-seeking agenda

55. The quest for recognition: Taiwan’s military and trade agreements with Singapore under the one-China policy

56. Chinese Cultural Diplomacy: instruments in China’s strategy for international insertion in the 21st Century

57. The U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy and Its Implications for U.S.-ASEAN Economic Governance Architecture

58. The Trump Economic Impact on East Asia after Two Years: The Case of South Korea

59. North Korea’s Sharp Power and the Divide Over Korean Identities

60. Just a Dash? China’s Sharp Power and Australia’s Value Diplomacy

61. China's Sharp Power and South Korea's Peace Initiative

62. Chinese Sharp Power and U.S. Values Diplomacy: How Do They Intersect?

63. The North Korean Factor in the Sino-Russian Alliance

64. Sino-Russian Relations, South Korea, and North Korea

65. The China-Russia-North Korea Triangle After Kim Jong-un's Turn to Diplomacy

66. China’s Role in Inter-Korean Relations

67. China and its wests – evolution of security dynamics and its consequences for the defence industries of the involved actors

68. Structural Dissonance: The U.S.-PRC Defense Relationship, 1979-1989

69. Goodbye, Nehru: Indian Foreign Policy Under Globalization

70. Reintroducing friendship to international relations: relational ontologies from China to the West

71. Framing a Presidential Foreign Policy in a Parliamentary System: Erdoğan and Mukhtars’ Meetings

72. The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in the Context of the Chinese Grand Strategy

73. The Challenge of the South China Sea: Congressional Engagement and the U.S. Policy Response

74. Xi Jinping and China’s Role in the Asian and Global Order

75. Beijing’s Policy Towards President Tsai Ying-wen and the Future of Cross-Strait Relations

76. China’s New Afghan Diplomacy: Awakening from Inertia or Exception to Old Habits?

77. Explaining India’s Foreign Policy: From Dream to Realization of Major Power

78. The Pivot is Dead, Long Live the Pivot

79. Mixed Messages

80. Adrift Without Dialogue

81. From Eastward Pivot to Greater Eurasia

82. Russia’s Position on Territorial Conflicts in East Asia

83. Continuity or Change in Turkish Foreign Policy? Analyzing the Policy Fluctuations during the Justice and Development Party Era

84. Brazil and the Regional Leadership Vacuum: The Chinese-American Advantage

85. Civil Society and Regional Powers in a Changing World: The Cases of Brazil and India

86. Chinese Military Promises Aid to Syria

87. Getting tough with the dragon? The comparative correlates of foreign policy attitudes toward China in the United States and UK

88. Relations Better than Expected

89. A Comparative Analysis of Imperial Japan's Predicament in China and U.S. Quagmire in Post-Saddam Iraq: Similarities, Lessons and Implications

90. Turkey's Middle East Policy

91. Turkey and Iran: The Best of Frenemies

92. Full Issue: Money & War

93. Is the Pivot Doomed? The Resilience of America's Strategic 'Rebalance'

94. African Logistics Agents and Middlemen as Cultural Brokers in Guangzhou

95. The “Rise” of China in the Eyes of Russia: A Source of Threats or New Opportunities?

96. A call for a new Japanese foreign policy: the dilemmas of a stakeholder state

97. The Next Energy Superpower?

98. An Assessment of Japan’s ODA to Bangladesh: Changing to a New Height of Relations

99. China-Southeast Asia Relations: China's Toughness on the South China Sea – Year II

100. Obama and China's Rise: An Insider's Account of America's Asia Strategy