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1. Internal Control in Intelligence Services

2. European sovereignty, strategic autonomy, Europe as a power: what reality for the European Union and what future?

3. Assessing SSR Opportunities and Challenges During the Transition in Mali

4. The Impact of Climate Change on Global and Local Security Governance

5. Climate Change and Its Impact on Security Provision - The Role of Good Security Sector Governance and Reform

6. Food Subsidy and the National Food Security Act

7. Transatlantic relations and European strategic autonomy in the Biden era: Neglect, primacy or reform?

8. The Eastern Mediterranean conflict: From Turkey-Greece confrontation to regional power struggles

9. Ukraine’s Half-Hearted Reforms: What Needs to Change in the West’s Approach?

10. Solidarity during Covid-19 at national, regional and global levels: An enabler for improved global pandemic security and governance

11. Recognizing ‘Geoeconomic Risk’: Rethinking Corporate Risk Management for the era of Great-Power Competition

12. Three decades of Russian Policy in the European Part of the Post-Soviet Space: Swimming Against the Current

13. Waves of ambition: Russia’s military build-up in Crimea and the Black Sea

14. 100 days of Biden’s new transatlantic strategy – where does Central and Eastern Europe stand?

15. Russian Grand Strategy and how to handle it

16. From one master of survival to another: a tardigrade’s plea for NATO2030

17. For a New NATO-EU Bargain

18. Expanding the Reach of the Special Forces with a Gender-Mixed Deep Development Capability (DDC): Identifying Challenges and Lessons Learned

19. Breaking the Law of Opposite Effects: Europe’s Strategic Autonomy and the Revived Transatlantic Partnership

20. EU and NATO Strategy: A Compass, a Concept, and a Concordat

21. What Belgium Can Do: Proposals for the National Security Strategy

22. The EU and China: Sanctions, Signals, and Interests

23. A New Start for EU-US relations?

24. How the Strategic Compass can Incubate a European Prototype for Burden Sharing

25. The Strategic Compass: Entering the Fray

26. Seven Steps to European Defence, Transatlantic Equilibrium, and Global Europe

27. Readiness as a Mission: Implications for Belgian Defence

28. Rosatom in Europe: Russia’s Trojan Horse?

29. #NATO2030: Regional Cooperation for a Stronger NATO

30. China’s Technological Rise: Implications for Global Security and the Case of Nuctech

31. #NATO2030: NATO’s Force Structure and Posture

32. Advancing the Role of the OSCE in the Field of Climate Security

33. Winning the Geo-Tech Battle and Building the Quad Alliance in the Indo-Pacific

34. A Just Response to Beijing’s COVID-19 Abuses

35. Building a Strong and Independent Iraq: Policy Guidance for the Biden Administration

36. Give Lisbon a chance: How to improve EU foreign policy

37. Navel Gazing? The Strategic Compass and the EU’s maritime presence

38. The Impact of COVID-19 on CSDP: Forging Opportunity out of Crisis?

39. Securing the Heavens: How can space support the EU's Strategic Compass?

40. NATO's Eastern Flank: Retooling the US-Baltic Security Link

41. Policy Papers by Women of Color: A New Normal: Redefining National Security Beyond 2020

42. Providing security in Iraq - what do Iraqis think?

43. Trying to govern the ungovernable: International Law on cyber and information operations in Russian

44. To Beat China On Tech In Emerging Markets, Learn From It: Competing with China on 5G and future technologies

45. Small states’ security strategies need an international energy dimension: What can be learned from the Danish Nord Stream and Baltic Pipe negotiations?

46. Making women count, not just counting women: Creating a more effective security sector in Iraq requires increased inclusiveness

47. Risks of technology use in humanitarian settings: Avoiding harm, delivering impact

48. What to do about China? Forging a compromise between the US and Europe in NATO

49. Nuclear submarines and central heating: What Russia wants in the Arctic

50. European strategic autonomy: From misconceived to useful concept what can we learn from the Northern outlook?

51. Greenland’s minerals to consolidate China’s rare earth dominance? No green future without China

52. The Geopolitics of Renewable Hydrogen

53. China: The Renewable Hydrogen Superpower?

54. Multilayered Challenges: Why are foreign oil companies planning to leave Iraq?

55. A Spiraling Crisis: The different scenarios of Ethiopia’s civil war amid Tigray’s military advancement

56. Russian energy and grand strategy

57. Baluch Nationalist-Separatist Militant Alliance Threatens Pakistani Security Forces

58. Rethinking U.S. Efforts on Counterterrorism: Toward a Sustainable Plan Two Decades After 9/11

59. Sustained Counterterrorism Efforts Remain Key to Preventing Attacks in Jordan

60. Seizing Opportunities and Strengthening Alliances in Northwest Africa: Ideas for Policy Toward Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia

61. Asset Test 2021: How the U.S. Can Keep Benefiting from Its Alliance with Israel

62. Addressing Needs, Promoting Peace: A Proposal for an International Incentives Package for Israeli-Palestinian Peace

63. Mexico's First Women, Peace and Security National Action Plan: An Assessment

64. Reflections on Success Hope for a Women, Peace and Security Future

65. Northeast Asia Defense Transparency Index 2020-21

66. At the Nexus of Participation and Protection: Protection-Related Barriers to Women’s Participation in Northern Ireland

67. Women, Peace, and Security Mandates for UN Peacekeeping Operations: Assessing Influence and Impact

68. Perceptions and Lived Realities of Women Police Officers in UN Peace Operations

69. Elevating the Australia-Japan Strategic Partnership to “a new level”: challenges and responses

70. Thirty years of Visegrád Group

71. The Era of German Chancellor Angela Merkel: What Was and What Remains?

72. Current State of Ukraine’s Play within the Geopolitical Map of Europe

73. AUKUS Security Pact: Setting the Rivalry with China in the Indo-Pacific

74. Pugwash Note on Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone

75. Pugwash Note on Nuclear Arms Control and Disarmament

76. Iraq’s National Strategy to Counter Violent Extremism

77. Teaching the WPS Agenda in a Changing Security Landscape: Women, Peace and Security Curriculum Consortium

78. Busting myths about KSF transition into a defence force

79. The Biden Agenda: How the new administration can help Western Balkans out of stagnation

80. EU sets new course for the Arctic

81. Peace and Security 2025

82. The post-Brexit EU-UK relationship: an opportunity or challenge for cyber security?

83. Global NATO: What Future for the Alliance's Out-of-area Efforts?

84. Advancing Gender Integration into Global Fragility Act Country Strategies

85. Security for All: Applying the Women, Peace and Security Lens to the COVID-19 Pandemic Response in the U.S.

86. Q&A: The Gambia v. Myanmar, Rohingya Genocide at The International Court of Justice, May 2020 Factsheet

87. Implementing the Mop Barrier Assessment Methodology With the Zambia Police Service

88. Impact of COVID-19 on Security Sector Governance

89. 5G Security: The New Energy Security

90. President Joe Biden and the restoration of US global leadership: Turning the tide?

91. China’s policy towards Belarus and Ukraine: A limited challenge to Sino-Russian relations

92. Going the Extra Mile for the 2020 Elections in the Central African Republic

93. No Pain, No Gain: Taking PESCO to the Gym

94. A new transatlantic bargain: An action plan for transformation, not restoration

95. Promoting European strategic sovereignty in Asia

96. Sovereign Europe, dangerous world: Five agendas to protect Europe’s capacity to act

97. Gulf of difference: How Europe can get the Gulf monarchies to pursue peace with Iran

98. Combat Air Systems for the 21st Century: A Shared Stake for Europe

99. Biden’s World? Views from the United States, China, Russia, and the European Union

100. Armed Conflict and COVID 19: the Ramifications on the Educational Sector in the NW/SW Regions of Cameroon