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1. The Monroe Doctrine as the Will and Idea of the United States of America

2. United States Foreign Policy Towards Jordan From the Political and Security Dimensions from 1990 to 2017

3. The Foreign Policy of Post-Revolutionary Iran: Expediency at the Crossroad of Suprra-Nationalism and Soverignty

4. U.S. Foreign Policy an the War in Ukraine

5. War and Peace for Moscow and Beijing

6. The Return of Shuttle Diplomacy

7. Deepening Suspicions and Limited Diplomacy

8. Washington Zeroes in on Manila

9. An Even Larger Role in Everything

10. US-China Effort to Set “Guardrails” Fizzles with Balloon Incident

11. The US and Japan Build Multilateral Momentum

12. India’s Ongoing “Strategic Correction to the East” during 2022

13. China-Russia Relations: Ending the War? Or the World?

14. Xi Moderates to US and Others Amid Continued Competition

15. US-India Relations: Friends with Benefits

16. Incivility in Diplomacy as a Reflection of the Crisis in Foreign Policy Culture

17. FACTORS IN CONSTRUCTING INDONESIA’S PERSPECTIVES ON THE INDO-PACIFIC

18. MILITARY SANCTIONS: THE WAR ON TERROR AND THE CASE OF UZBEKISTAN

19. HUMANITARIAN DIPLOMACY STRATEGY FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES AND ITS EFFECT ON JORDAN’S FOREIGN POLICY

20. INDIA@75: ASSESSING INDIA’S USE OF SOFT POWER AS A FOREIGN POLICY INSTRUMENT

21. WHAT DOES “BIG DATA” TELL? A NETWORK ANALYSIS APPROACH TO THE JUSTICE AND DEVELOPMENT PARTY’S ROLE PERFORMANCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST BETWEEN 2015 AND 2020

22. CHINA-INDIA COUNTERBALANCING MEASURES THROUGH INTERNATIONAL CORRIDORS AND PORTS: THE FOCUS ON CHABAHAR AND GWADAR PORTS

23. OVERLAPPING COMMUNICATION LOGIC FOR GLOBALIZING PUBLIC DIPLOMACY: THE CASE OF JORDAN

24. THE IMPACT OF COLLECTIVE MEMORY ON THAILAND’S INVOLVEMENT IN THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE

25. Continuismo, contra reacción y triangulación: el desembarco de China en América Latina y la coexistencia de líneas de acción exterior de España hacia la región

26. La evolución de la política exterior ecuatoriana durante el Siglo XXI: Análisis desde la teoría del Realismo Periférico

27. Perú entre Estados Unidos y China: Adaptación de la política exterior peruana de cara a las divergencias chino-estadounidenses

28. Factores endógenos y exógenos en el relacionamiento bilateral entre Paraguay y la República de China (Taiwán). Primacías en un contexto internacional tensionado por el enfrentamiento chino-estadounidense

29. Despliegue del poder blando chino en América Latina y recepción en los países de la región

30. Entre la pradera, la frontera y el puerto. Cambios y continuidades de la política exterior uruguaya

31. La política exterior argentina: Equilibrios y continuidades entre China y Estados Unidos

32. Brasil-Estados Unidos-China en el orden global a principios del siglo XXI: Un análisis desde la perspectiva de la política exterior brasileña

33. Russian influence on the European Integration process of the Western Balkan countries: A comparative analysis

34. CTC Sentinel: April 2023 Issue

35. Navigating through continuity and innovation: an analysis of Lula’s third term challenges involving migration policy

36. The Transition from Nationalism to Islamism in Iran’s Foreign Policy

37. Dominating the Superpower: A Bounded Rationality Approach to Nuclear Proliferation and Inhibition in the U.S. / North Korea Dyad

38. A Political Economy of Historical Change and Continuity in Turkish Foreign Policy

39. Do Campaign Speeches Predict Foreign Policy? An Operational Code and Leadership Trait Analysis of Donald Trump’s MENA Policies

40. A Master Class in Diplomacy

41. Reagan in China: Don’t Say Anything about the Turkeys

42. Russia’s Cultural Heritage Can Be a Bridge to the Future

43. Public Diplomacy Challenges in Reaching Russian Audiences

44. Vladimir Putin’s Mistrust of the West Runs Deep

45. Where the “Marshall Plan” Became the Organization for European Economic Cooperation

46. Coming to Grips with Poverty in Africa

47. Honoring Diplomats Punished for Doing their Job Well

48. “La Grande Bouffe” or, Now and Then Diplomatic Life Does Include a Swanky Dinner Party

49. A Mongoose Walked into a Narcotics Den…

50. Secret Baseball in China

51. Doing More with Less, or a Stunt?

52. The Role of US Diplomacy in a Changing World

53. Mission Strategic Plans: A Neglected Developmental Tool

54. The Battles of Bangui

55. The Monroe Doctrine After 200 Years: A Strategic Hinge Period in American History

56. The Tarnished Gold of the Amazon Women: Anita Ekberg on Trinidad

57. I Didn’t Join the French Foreign Legion, but It Helped Rescue Me in Chad

58. The World After the War: Rebuilding an International Order After the Conflict in Ukraine – A DACOR Conference

59. Ending Wars: When Does Diplomacy Have a Role?

60. Türkiye’s First 100 Years

61. Sea Denial and a Scorched Earth Policy in the West Philippine Sea

62. Role Conceptions and Leadership Rivalry in the Middle East: Transforming Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Gulf Relations

63. The Examination of the Identities Defining Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Policy

64. The Sino-French Relationship At 60: China’s Losing Bet On A Reset

65. China and Nicaragua’s Deepening Embrace

66. Money Alone Is Not Enough: The Future Of The China-Argentina Relationship

67. Characterizing China’s Rule of Law

68. A Belt and Road to Nowhere? Italy on the Frontlines of Europe’s Changing Strategy Toward China

69. The PRC Eyes Vietnam: Chinese Assessments of Vietnam’s Hedging Strategy

70. Xi Jinping’s Hidden Goals for the PRC Law on Foreign Relations

71. China’s Collaboration with the Myanmar Junta: A Case of Strategic Hedging?

72. Can the Belt and Road Initiative Succeed in Afghanistan?

73. Taiwan’s Dwindling Diplomatic Allies

74. A Preliminary Survey of PRC United Front Activities in South Korea

75. Beyond Arms and Ammunition: China, Russia and the Iran Back Channel

76. The Lion, the Wolf Warrior and the Crossroads: UK-China Relations at a Turning Point

77. The Emerging Era of Minilateralism in Indian Foreign Policy and Its Impacts on South Asian Politics

78. A Critical Appraisal of China’s Power in South Asia: Strengths and Achievements

79. Turkish Foreign Policy Towards Central Asia: An Unfolding of Regionalism and Soft Power

80. Frozen in Time while Icebergs are Melting: Türkiye's Climate Policy

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

82. Historical relations between Brazil and Paraguay: negotiations and quarrels behind Itaipu Dam

83. Politicization, Foreign Policy and Nuclear Diplomacy: Brazil in the Global Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime after the NPT

84. CPLP: the first twenty-five years

85. África y (Sur) América Latina: Un interregionalismo posible, una alianza improbable

86. La Politica de Francia en el Norte de África y África Occidental: Nuevas Narrativas, Viejas Legitimidades

87. Los Estados medio-orientales en su competencia por recursos y alianzas en África subsahariana (2000-2021)

88. Rusia en África. Nuevas dinámicas desde el Kremlin

89. China en África: Objetivos, instrumentos e implicaciones estratégicas

90. Towards a Pax Cubana: revolution, socialism and development in Havana’s Cold War foreign policy

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

92. Europe's Hour of Reckoning

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

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

95. The Evolution of Russia’s Foreign Policy Doctrine

96. La contribución de España a la OTAN: el Flanco Este y sus relaciones con Rusia

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

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

99. Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

100. Considering a Career with the State Department