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1. Fentanyl Precursors from China and the American Opioid Epidemic

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

3. After Trump: Enemies, Partisans, and Recovery

4. Spring 2022 edition of Strategic Visions

5. Renewing Growth in Puerto Rico: Evaluating the Island’s Transition to Distributed Solar Energy

6. Young, Gifted, and Black: Inequitable Outcomes of Gifted and Talented Programs

7. Subnational policies and migration in the USA: post-national citizenship or sovereignty?

8. Bringing Russia Back in From the Cold

9. 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.

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

11. Turkey’s Changing Posture on Russia and America

12. Atticism and the Summit for Democracy

13. Sweden’s Peacekeeping Contributions through the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission

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

15. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

16. A Fleeting Glimpse of Hegemony? The War in Ukraine and the Future of the International Leadership of the United States

17. The Complexity Effect in U.S.-Turkey Relations: The Restructuring of the Middle East Regional Security

18. Protecting Minorities from De Facto Statelessness: Birthright Citizenship in the United States

19. Imperial Chutzpah in World Politics as a Factor in International Relations Today

20. A Dangerous Journey to the U.S. and a “New Deal” for Migrant Women and Girls

21. The Post-Truth Phenomenon Infiltrating the US Political System, Media, and Populace: The Critical Thinking Analysis about Donal Trump's Political Leadership

22. España en la OTAN: una relación mediatizada por EEUU

23. ¿Un buen aliado? Análisis de la visión estadounidense sobre el rol español en la OTAN

24. 40 años dela pertenencia de España a la OTAN: desafíos pasados y futuros de una relación procelosa

25. The Indo-pacific and Southeast Asia: The Impact of External Strategies on Southeast Asia and Asean’s Response

26. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

27. África: Competencia y sustitución en un entorno estratégico de rivalidad. Introducción al número especial

28. September 2022 Issue

29. August 2022 Issue

30. July 2022 Issue

31. March 2022 Issue

32. February 2022 Issue

33. Statesmanship for Political Economy in the National Interest

34. Women’s Liberation in Soviet, Sino, and American State Building: Theory and Practice

35. A German Tocqueville? The Unrecognized Importance of Francis Lieber’s Letters to a Gentleman in Germany, or The Stranger in America

36. Strategic Ambiguity in US-Taiwan Relations During the Donald Trump Administration

37. Considering a Career with the State Department

38. Rebuilding Diplomacy: DACOR Conference Summary

39. Public Diplomacy in Newly Independent Kazakhstan

40. The Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection: A National Treasure

41. Telling America’s Story in Communist Times

42. Democracy in Africa is Like a Flashlight without Batteries

43. Don’t Leave the Russian People Behind

44. Was NATO Expansion Really the Cause of Putin’s Invasion?

45. Portuguese Diplomacy in Newark, New Jersey

46. Spreading Americana in a Post-Soviet World

47. Restarting Educational Exchanges with China after the Cultural Revolution

48. A Salute to Cultural Diplomacy and Those Who Make It Possible

49. Restructuring Our Assistance in Least Developed Countries

50. Our National Devaluation of Diplomacy