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1. After the Kabul Hotel Attack: The Taliban and China Confront Security Challenges in Afghanistan

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

3. Fentanyl Precursors from China and the American Opioid Epidemic

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

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

6. Theorizing The State and Its Autonomy in Western IR: A Comparative Analysis of Realist and Historical Sociological Approaches.

7. Theorizing The State and Its Autonomy in Western IR: A Comparative Analysis of Realist and Historical Sociological Approaches

8. ‘Global’ IR and Self-Reflections in Turkey: Methodology, Data Collection, and Data Repository

9. Reflexive Solidarity: Toward a Broadening of What It Means to be “Scientific” in Global IR Knowledge

10. The English School and Global IR – A Research Agenda

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

12. Globalizing IR: Can Regionalism offer a path for other Sub-Disciplines?

13. Methodological Nationalism in International Relations: A Quantitative Assessment of Academia in Turkey (2015-2019)

14. The Global Division of Labor in a Not So Global Discipline

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

16. After Trump: Enemies, Partisans, and Recovery

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

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

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

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

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

22. China’s Role in Korean Security Issues

23. Russia's War and The Future of European Order

24. Europe's Hour of Reckoning

25. Markets, Governments, and Crises in the Past and Future of the EU

26. The Crisis of Civilization Paradigm: Co-Radicalization of Islamist and Populist Groups in Europe

27. Impact of the War in Ukraine: What id the Future of EU- Africa Relations?

28. Brexit and the Future off the European Union

29. Turkey and the Future of Europe: A History

30. Putting an End to "Crisis Europe"

31. Enlargement of the European Union: Lessons from the Western Balkans

32. War, Peace, and (in)Justice in the Nuclear Age

33. Dialogue for OSCE Renewal - Shifting Security Back to the People

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

35. The Role of EU in the Libyan Conflict

36. European Union and the Euro: A Bigger Global Role Beckons

37. Is there a Future for Europe

38. The State of AI Policy: The Democratic Values Perspective

39. Ethics of AI and Democracy: UNESCO Recommendation's Insights

40. People or Technology: What Drives Democracy

41. AI Challenging Sovereignty and Democracy

42. Regulating and Harmonizing Biometric Ecosystems: Addressing thew Full Spectrum of Risks Using Global Safety Models and Controls

43. Governments as Regulators and Consumers of Ethical AI

44. Democratizing AI

45. ntroduction to the Special Issue Anxiety and Change in International Relations

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

47. Making Sense of Risky Haredi Behaviors in Israel During the Covid-19 Pandemic

48. Anxiety, Ambivalence and Sublimation: ontological in/security and the world risk society

49. Anxiety, Dissonance and Imperial Amnesia of the European Union

50. Taming Anxieties, Coping with Mnemonic Conflicts: Cultural Diplomacy of Crimean Tatar and Lithuanian American Diasporas through historical films

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

52. “Ethnicizing” the EU’s involvement in post- conflict societies: The case of ontological insecurity in Republika Srpska

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

54. Authoritarian Populism as a Response to Crisis: The Case of Brazil

55. Turkey as Normative Power: Connections with the Muslim Brotherhood during the Arab Spring

56. Beyond Geopolitics: A Geoeconomic Perspective of China-Iran Belt and Road Initiative Relations

57. Construction of European identity by the Pro- European Parties

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

59. The Legislative Framework: A Path to Peace in Ethnically Divided Communities in Warri Conflict Area

60. Too partial to work? Informal institutions in the midst of climate change and armed conflict in central Mali

61. Communal Conflicts in Nasarawa State, North Central Nigeria: A Socio-Contextual Rethink

62. National dialogue and social cohesion in Zambia

63. An investigation into the role of traditional leaders in conflict resolution: The case of communities in the Mahikeng Local Municipality, North West Province, South Africa

64. The impact of stakeholder management on the oil and gas industry in Africa: A case study of oil companies and African host communities

65. Resolving the Dagbon chieftaincy crisis and succession to the Ya-Na skin: The role of kingmakers and the electoral college system

66. Malawi’s Peace Policy: The bedrock of a coherent national peace architecture?

67. Hydro-geopolitics and conflicts among the ‘traditional states’ of the Nun River Basin, Ndop Plain (North-West Cameroon)

68. Indigenous restorative justice mechanisms as a tool for transitional justice in the Democratic Republic of Congo

69. Adaptation of local peace committees in Zimbabwe: Lessons from ChipingeEast constituency

70. A Teleological and Child-Sensitive Interpretation of a Country of Former Habitual Residence for Stateless Children Born Outside Their Parents’ Country of Nationality or Former Habitual Residence

71. Children at Risk of Statelessness in the Fight against Terrorism

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

73. Beyond Statelessness: 'Unchilding' and the Health of Palestinian Children in Jerusalem

74. Customary International Law Requiring States to Grant Nationality to Stateless Children Born in Their Territory

75. Undocumented Children in Iran

76. Comment on the Zhao Case: Can a ‘Victory for Human Rights’ in the Netherlands Benefit Children at Risk of Statelessness in the Middle East and North Africa?

77. Statelessness and Young Children

78. Views Adopted by the UN Human Rights Committee Under Article 5(4) of the Optional Protocol, concerning Communication No 2918/2016

79. R (Begum) v Special Immigration Appeals Commission; R (Begum) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Begum v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2021] UKSC 7, [2021] AC 765

80. The South African Constitutional Court Decides Against Statelessness and in Favour of Children

81. Building Bridges between Dependency Theory and Neo-Gramscian Critical Theory: The Agency-Structure Relation as a Starting Point

82. Bringing the Critical Thinking Back in: A Critique of Andrew Linklater’s Theoretical Contributions to International Relations

83. Is Critique Still Possible in International Relations Theory? A Critical Engagement with IR’s Vocation

84. How Does Gramsci Travel in Latin America? Before and After Critical International Relations Theory

85. Land Grabbing and International Political Economy: Towards a Critical Neo-Gramscian Theoretical Model of Land Governance in Latin America

86. International Political Economy and Sustainable Finance: Assessing the EU’s Green Deal and UNCTAD’s Green New Deal

87. Scylla and Charybdis: The Self-Determination of Peoples Versus the Territorial Integrity of States

88. The Evolution of Russia’s Foreign Policy Doctrine

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

90. State Politics of Memory in Ukraine After the Euromaidan

91. Inequality Can Only Be Fixed By Structural Economic Reform

92. Women’s Security in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

93. Competition between Democracy and Autocracy: The Defining Challenge of the 21st Century

94. The Need and Hope for Arms Control

95. On Nuclear Politics and Financial Crime

96. Coups D’état in the Covid-19 Era

97. The Geopolitical Dimensions of Chinese Infrastructure

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

99. Toward a Paradigm Shift in Humanitarian Response: Centering Women and Girls in Integrated Health and Protection Services in Syria

100. The New Global Context for Development: The Unravelling of Progress in the LDCs