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201. The Enduring Relevance of Naval Power: Reflections on Defence, Security and Power Projection of Sea Frontier

202. Prioritization of Multilaterialsm Agreements on Export Control of Defense Products and Sensitive Technologies by Hierarchical Analysis Process

203. Defense Expenditure and Strategic Capabilities: Dissimilarities Among South American Countries

204. Globalization and the Changing Concept of NATO

205. Security Studies in International Relations: Evolution, Approaches and Contemporary Challenges

206. The Iran Nuclear Deal: A Springboard for a New Middle East Security Architecture

207. What to Expect from Biden in the Middle East

208. “Reconciliation” in the Communiqué of the Gulf Cooperation Council

209. The Rise of the United Arab Emirates

210. Maintaining the U.S.-Saudi Relationship

211. Solving the Nuclear Stalemate between Iran and the United States

212. Iran and the GCC: Prospects for a Grand Reconciliation

213. Saving a Water-Stressed Middle East

214. Who Feels Climate Anxiety?

215. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Game Changer in the Indo-Pacific: The View from Japan

216. How COVID-19 Has Affected the Geopolitics of Korea

217. China, ASEAN, and the Covid-19 Pandemic

218. The COVID-19 Pandemic and Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific: A View from the United States

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

220. Georgia After the Second Karabakh War

221. From Struggle to Permanent Failure Why the Karabakh Attempt at Secession Failed

222. Beijing’s Long Way to the Gulf Region Oil, Security, Geopolitics

223. Ukraine’s Strategic Relations with the South Caucasus With References to Turkey and Russia

224. Getting NATO Ready For The Rest Of The 21st Century: Is NATO 2030 The Right Roadmap?

225. NATO And Collective Defense in Space: Same Mission, New Domain

226. NATO's China Problem

227. Ukraine Membership Revisited: The Case For NATO's Strategic Adaption

228. NATO And Its Changing Approach To Space

229. There is No Easy Solution To The Western Balkans' Disinformation Challenge

230. Spotlight Turkey: A Pivotal Swing State in NATO

231. “The Same Procedure as Every Year”: U.S. Counterterrorism Policy since 9/11

232. American Statesmanship: Contrasting Views of Leadership

233. Reflections of the Reproduced State Identity on Turkish Foreign Policy: Crises With the USA

234. US Exit from Afghanistan: Impacts on Pakistan and India

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

236. War on Terrorism and its Impacts on Pakistan's Security

237. South Asia Security and Kartar Pur Border: A Path to Peace OR?

238. Collaboration Between Intelligence Services in the Present-Day World: Challenges and Issues

239. Climate-Migration: A Security Analysis within the Context of Green Theory

240. “Securitization from Society” and “Social Acceptance”: Political Party-Based Approaches in Turkey to Syrian Refugees

241. The Security Challenges of European Demographics and Politics Caused by the Modern Migration Crisis

242. Journal of Advanced Military Studies: Political Warfare and Propaganda

243. The roaming threats: The security dimension of Almajiris’ mobility in Nigeria and its implications for Africa’s regional security

244. Intrastate cultural and socio-political influences and the realisation of national security: A two-level correlational analysis

245. Modelling computer networks for further security research

246. Europeanisation in Non-European Union Countries and the Foreign and Security Policies of Associated States

247. India and Iran Relations under the Shadow of Global Politics: A Brief Historical Overview

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

249. Securitized Referent Objects in Brazilian Defence Documents: Natural Resources, Critical Infrastructure and Energy Security

250. US Foreign Policy to South America since 9/11: Neglect or Militarisation?

251. Professionalization, Local Military Context, and Reconstruction of the Army in Afghanistan

252. 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

253. The Copenhagen School in South America: the (de)securitization of UNASUR (2008-2017)

254. COVID-19 and the security sector in Ecuador: A case of strategic surprise/El COVID-19 y el sector securitario en Ecuador: Un caso de sorpresa estratégica

255. Dynamics of insecurity and violence during the pandemic in Colombia/Dinámicas de la inseguridad y la violencia durante la pandemia en Colombia

256. COVID-19 and its impact on Chile security and defense scenario/El COVID-19 y su impacto en el escenario de seguridad y defensa de Chile: Impacto nacional y regional

257. Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina and in the regional security scenario/Impacto de la pandemia COVID-19 en Argentina y en el escenario regional

258. COVID-19 and the militarization of the State in Brazil/COVID-19 y la militarización del Estado en Brasil

259. La dimensión informativa sobre la guerra: su aplicación al caso de la intervención militar turca en Rojava

260. Strategic autonomy in security and defense: The EU geopolitical aspiration that is not being realized/Autonomía estratégica en seguridad y defensa: un anhelo geopolítico que no se hace realidad en la Unión Europea

261. Do IT Tools Help Develop Community Policing? Lessons Learned from the Implementation of The National Security Threat Map in Poland

262. Cybersecurity Politics – Conceptualization of the Idea

263. Competition for High Politics in Cyberspace: Technological Conflicts Between China and the USA

264. Mass Migration as a Hybrid Threat? – A Legal Perspective

265. Public Security and Public Order – Conceptual and Institutional Scope

266. Protocooperation as a Model for the Russia-UAE Partnership

267. Cybercrime on the Example of Selected Botnets

268. Poland's Reason of State in the Creation of a New International Order. Foreign Policy as Poland's Reason of State in the 21st Century

269. Military Security of Poland – From Theory to Practice

270. The Forecast of the Number of Soldiers in the Saudi Arabian Army in Terms of Military Security

271. Common Security and Defense Policy of the European Union Through the Prism of Polish Experiences and Security Interests

272. Joe Biden’s Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region: Change or Continuity. A Comparative Analysis

273. Fake News and the Europeanization of Cyberspace

274. Cultural Security in Shaping the Generation of Civilizational Advancement Within the Universalization of Cultural Transformations. Based on Research Conducted in Samoa

275. Multilateralism and the Superpower

276. "Is the Internet Trying to Kill Us?" And other Technology Security Unknowns In the New Roaring Twenties

277. Transforming Military Technology Through Aquisition Policy

278. The Climate-Security Century: Three Climate Hotspots

279. Forget China: A Policy for an Interconnected Region

280. Pandemic Preparedness: A Conversation with Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo (Interviewed by Dana Hatic)

281. Do Morals Matter? A Conversation with Dr. Joseph Nye

282. Post-Covid Security Landscape: A Conversation with Raffaelo Pantucci

283. Grievance in Space and Time: The State, Militias, and the Irredentist Temptation

284. Losing the Long Game: A Conversation with Phillip Gordon (Interviewed by Zach A. Shapiro)

285. Issues and Conflicts in Balochistan: Implications for Pakistan

286. Issues of Shia Hazara Community of Quetta, Balochistan: An Overview

287. Securitising Covid-19? The Politics of Global Health and the Limits of the Copenhagen School

288. Agenda OTAN 2030 y Concepto Estratégico 2022

289. Política europea de seguridad y defensa y sus efectos en la industria de defensa

290. Why Is Algeria Considering Changing its Military Doctrine?

291. What Allies Want: Reconsidering Loyalty, Reliability, and Alliance Interdependence

292. Counterterrorism and Preventive Repression: China’s Changing Strategy in Xinjiang

293. The Social Credit System: Not Just Another Chinese Idiosyncrasy

294. Naming Terror: Impact of Proscription on Negotiations with Non-State Armed Groups

295. Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 12 Issue 03: COVID-19 and Terrorism

296. Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 12 Issue 02: Geopolitics and Jihadism in a Post-Soleimani Era

297. Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 12 Issue 01: Annual Threat Assessment

298. Visegrad Group as institution for Central European cooperation: Ups and downs of small international organizations

299. The Influence of Diplomacy on Controversies: A Comparative Study Between Diplomatic Mediation and Armed Conflict

300. The Dominance of Terrorism: Aspects of the Socio-Political Challenges in Post-Independence West AfricA: Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Mali