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1. The third EU-NATO joint declaration (10 January 2023): Was it worth the delay?

2. The Impacts of the Russo-Ukranian War on Latin America in the Age of Strategic Competition

3. The promises and perils of law-making as the way to strengthen societal resilience

4. Cluster Bombs: What is the potential impact of American weapons on Ukraine’s counteroffensive?

5. A Surprising Shift: Is Somalia choosing Moscow over Washington?

6. Restraining Moscow: What are the repercussions of Wagner's rebellion for the Russo-Ukrainian war?

7. Messages to Washington: The significance of China's push for a new world order during President Jinping's Moscow visit

8. A Long Shot: Chances of reviving the JCPOA following FM’s Moscow visit

9. European Mercenaries: Will Congo use Wagner in its conflict with Rwanda?

10. The war in Ukraine: Adapting the EU’s security and defence policy

11. A Dead-End War: Russian Failure and Ukrainian Destruction

12. Russia’s War Economy

13. Leveraging Islam and Internal Conflict: Strategies and Consequences in Russia’s War Against Ukraine

14. Toughening Financial Sanctions on Russia: Enforcing Energy Sanctions and Reducing Shadow Reserves Effectively

15. Coping with Technology Sanctions in the Russian Financial Sector

16. Whose Zeitenwende? Germany Cannot Meet Everyone’s Expectations

17. Economic sanctions against Russia: How effective? How durable?

18. Integrating US and allied capabilities to ensure security in space

19. The EU can manage without Russian liquified natural gas

20. Information Manipulation and Repression: A Theory and Evidence from the COVID-19 Response in Russia

21. The Ukraine War & European Security: How Durable Is America’s Strategy?

22. Paths to a Ceasefire in Ukraine: America Must Take the Lead

23. Defense Contractor Funded Think Tanks Dominate Ukraine Debate

24. The Future of European Security

25. Russia after the Wagner mutiny: Yevgeny Prigozhin and the Kremlin’s gamble with the monopoly on violence

26. Russia and Kazakhstan in the global nuclear sector: From uranium mining to energy diplomacy

27. Pursuing justice for international crimes in Ukraine: A patchwork of multi-level and long-running efforts

28. The changing dynamics of the G7, G20 and BRICS: Informal multilateral cooperation is increasingly important in an era of strategic competition

29. Russian blackmail and the Black Sea Grain Initiative: The (limited) impact of the war in Ukraine on global food security

30. Russian aggression and the European Arctic: Avoiding the trap of Arctic exceptionalism

31. The war-induced exodus from Russia: A security problem or a convenient political bogey?

32. Russia’s regime transformation and the invasion of Ukraine: From a failed blitzkrieg to war as the new normal

33. Nuclear deterrence in the Ukraine war: Diplomacy of violence

34. In a State of Denial: The Air War in Ukraine

35. The EU’s Magnitsky Act Obsolete in the Face of Russia’s Crimes in Ukraine?

36. Prospects for Ukraine’s NATO Membership

37. Defence Spending

38. NATO’s Posture on the North-East Flank

39. Iran’s Defence Industry: What’s in Stock for Russia?

40. The Missing Pieces of a Kerch Bridge Strike: Give Ukraine What It Needs to Isolate Crimea and Gain the Initiative

41. Escape from the Syrian Labyrinth: A Road Map

42. A New Black Sea Strategy for a New Black Sea Reality

43. America’s Response after Russian Suspension of New START

44. NATO’s Black Sea Frontier Is the Southern Shore of the Caspian Sea

45. Eritrea’s Growing Ties with China and Russia Highlight America’s Inadequate Approach in East Africa

46. Keeping the lights on: The EU’s energy relationships since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

47. Steppe change: How Russia’s war on Ukraine is reshaping Kazakhstan

48. The art of vassalisation: How Russia’s war on Ukraine has transformed transatlantic relations

49. Fragile unity: Why Europeans are coming together on Ukraine (and what might drive them apart)

50. United West, divided from the rest: Global public opinion one year into Russia’s war on Ukraine

51. Sustain and prosper: How Europeans can support Ukraine

52. Democratic defence: How Italy can lead the fight against Russian disinformation

53. Keeping America close, Russia down, and China far away: How Europeans navigate a competitive world

54. Feeling the chill: Navigating Arctic governance amid Russia’s war on Ukraine

55. Culture clash: Russia, Ukraine, and the fight for the European public

56. European energy solidarity: strengthening the EU’s crisibility

57. Geopolitical and Technocratic: EU International Actorness and Anne PINTSCH Russia’s War Against Ukraine

58. Judging Putin

59. Russia’s Yes Vote on Syria Aid Will Come With a Price

60. Women, Peace and Security and the 2022 National Security Strategy

61. Russia’s Losing Hand in Ukraine

62. Saving Energy in a Hurry Reducing Dependence on Russian Hydrocarbons Requires Resolute Demand and Supply Sides Action

63. Fiscal support and monetary vigilance: Economic policy implications of the Russia-Ukraine war for the European Union

64. How Russia Fights

65. Rethinking NATO engagement in the Western Balkans

66. Is Russia a threat in emerging and disruptive technologies?

67. The war in Ukraine and the future of Russia-China relations

68. Cool Change Ahead? NATO's Strategic Concept and the High North

69. Russia’s “total confrontation” on the Eastern flank

70. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

71. The Price Cap on Russian Oil Exports, Explained

72. The bear in the room: Russia's role in the UN Security Council - and what It means for the West

73. With energy at play in the Ukraine war, everybody pays

74. Russia´s comprehensive approach and the increased use of the Wagner Group challenges the West in Africa

75. The impacts of the pandemic on investment flows in BRICS countries: a preliminary analysis based on UNCTAD global investment reports

76. Geoeconomics of Polarisation: Can BRICS eclipse western global economic power?

77. The Russian Role! The domestic and regional dimensions of the military coup in Burkina Faso

78. Realising the EU Rapid Deployment Capacity: opportunities and pitfalls

79. Strict and Uniform: Improving EU Sanctions Enforcement

80. North Africa Can Reduce Europe's Dependence on Russian Gas by Transporting Wasted Gas Through Existing Infrastructure

81. Bridging U.S.-Led Alliances in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific: An Inter-theater Perspective

82. International Legal Options for Prevention and Justice in Ukraine

83. Russia, Ukraine and international Law

84. Has Europe’s hour come?

85. World food crisis: between withdrawal and responsibility, Europe must choose

86. Hackers, Hoodies, and Helmets: Technology and the changing face of Russian private military contractors

87. Beyond munitions: A gender analysis for Ukrainian security assistance

88. Sweden and Finland are on their way to NATO membership. Here’s what needs to happen next.

89. Advancing a framework for the stabilization and reconstruction of Ukraine

90. Arms racing under nuclear tripolarity: Evidence for an action-reaction cycle?

91. A European policy mix to address food insecurity linked to Russia’s war

92. How have sanctions impacted Russia?

93. Will Ukraine’s refugees go home?

94. The Threat of New Wars in the Caucasus: A Good Case for U.S. Restraint

95. Children of War: The Ukrainian Case

96. Preparing for the Final Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Dissolution of the Russian Federation

97. Broken Dream: The oligarch, Russia, and Georgia’s drift from Europe

98. The old is dying and the new cannot be born: A power audit of EU-Russia relations

99. Cold winter: How the EU can help Moldova survive Russian pressure and protect its democracy

100. “Russia’s war in Eastern Europe is a central threat to the international architecture”