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141. Future Global Policeman? The Growing Extraterritorial Reach of PRC Law Enforcement

142. China and the Ongoing Political Crisis in Pakistan

143. Linking Foreign Policy and Energy Security: Iran-Pakistan gas Pipeline

144. Critical Event Analysis to Terrorism in an Emerging Economy of Pakistan

145. Central and South Asia Economic Corridor in the Evolving Central Asian Geo-Political Circumstances

146. PLAN E: A Grand Strategy for the Twenty-first Century Era of Entangled Security and Hyperthreats

147. The Black Sea Thread in Russian Foreign Policy and How the United States Can Respond

148. Neglected Maritime Terrain in the Bay of Bengal: An Examination of the Future of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands

149. Ontological Security and Iran’s Missile Program

150. From geopolitical anomie to a syncretic metamodel of the Greater Black Sea Region – “Five Sea Region”

151. An evaluation of anti-terrorism laws in Pakistan: Lessons from the past and challenges for the future

152. Flood vulnerability of the critical infrastructure in Poland

153. Proposed method for building an anti-drone system for the protection of facilities important for state security

154. Protection of Polish critical infrastructure (CI) against air threats

155. Institutional corruption as the bane of critical infrastructure protection in Nigeria

156. Intelligent terrorism as a security threat to critical infrastructure

157. Preparing critical infrastructure for the future: Lessons learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic

158. Abstraction-decomposition space for critical infrastructure systems: A framework for infrastructure planning and resilience policies

159. The evolution of the Hungarian Defence Forces’ volunteer reserve component after the Cold War

160. Economic coercion as a means of hybrid warfare: The South Caucasus as a focal point