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761. Roaring in Libya, Whispering in Others: UN Security Council's Posture During the 'Arab Spring'

762. Inside-out and Outside-in: EU Security in the Neighbourhood

763. Libyan Arms and Regional Instability

764. Supporting the Transitions in North Africa: The Case for a Joined-Up Approach

765. System Dynamics as a Tool for Security Research

766. Critical Comments on Current Research Agenda in Cyber Security

767. The Security Question in the post-Mubarak Egypt: The Security Void in Sinai

768. Israeli Conceptualization of the Border´s Defensibility: Time for Change?

769. Secrets and Leaks: The Dilemma of State Secrecy

770. Practicality by judgement: transnational interpreters of local ownership in the Polish-Ukrainian border reform encounter

771. The Evolving Nature of the Armed Conflict in South Ossetia: From "Frozen" to "Hot" and Back

772. Neoclassical realism and international climate change politics: moral imperative and political constraint in international climate finance

773. European integration and the problem of the state: universality, particularity, and exemplarity in the crafting of the European Union

774. The West: a securitising community?

775. 'Moral power' as objectification of the 'civilian'/'normative' 'EUlogy': the European Union as a conflict-dealer in the South Caucasus

776. Looking back: communist melancholia and post-socialist pains

777. Russia's energy relations in Europe and the Far East: towards a social structurationist approach to energy policy formation

778. Theorising the use of private military and security companies: a synthetic perspective

779. Why Did Iran Diplomacy Work This Time Around?

780. The EU's Democracy Promotion and the Mediterranean Neighbors Orientation, Ownership and Dialogue in Jordan and Turkey, Ann-Kristin Jonasson