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1. Making Energy Resilient: State Strategies, Progress, and Opportunities

2. Taking Stock of Early Warning for Atrocity Prevention: Report from the 2021 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention

3. The Winding Road to Marrakech: Lessons from the European Negotiations of the Global Compact for Migration

4. Coming Together or Coming Apart? A New Phase of International Cooperation on Migration

5. On the Horizon Vol. 4: A Collection of Papers from the Next Generation of Nuclear Professionals

6. Reducing Methane Emissions from Global Gas

7. Multilateral Trade Arrangements and Climate Provisions

8. Convergence and Divergence: Multilateral Trade and Climate Agendas

9. Decarbonizing Aluminum: Rolling Out a More Sustainable Sector

10. Creating Accountability for Global Cyber Norms

11. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from State-Owned Enterprises: A Preliminary Inventory

12. Difficult Debate on an Intellectual Property Protection Waiver to Fight COVID-19

13. The future of assistance to law enforcement in an end-to-end encrypted world

14. The UN norms of responsible state behaviour in cyberspace

15. Understanding Global Disinformation and Information Operations: Insights from ASPI’s new analytic website

16. "The ball should not get stained": The Qatar soccer world cup 2022 tarnished by human rights violations

17. Five Years After the Adoption of the Paris Agreement, Are Climate Change Considerations Reflected in Mining Contracts?

18. Comparison Between the IPCC Reporting Framework and Country Practice

19. Responsible Coffee Sourcing: Towards a Living Income for Producers

20. Fixing the Business of Food: Aligning Food Company Practices with the SDGs

21. NEW TECH, NEW DEAL: Mining Policy Options in the Face of New Technology

22. The Digital Decide: How to Agree on WTO Rules for Digital Trade

23. 2020 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention: Rapporteur's Report

24. The Future of Mass Atrocities and Atrocity Prevention: Report from the 2020 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention

25. Solidarity in Isolation? Social Cohesion at a Time of Physical Distance

26. Future Scenarios for Global Mobility in the Shadow of Pandemic

27. Sustainable carbon removal

28. Self-Determination and Sea-Level Rise

29. Gender, Law, and Security: Selected Student Research from the Project on Gender and the Global Community, 2019-2020

30. Geopolitics of the World’s Forests: Strategies for Tackling Deforestation

31. Time to End Prohibition

32. Shifting the Field: Philanthropy’s role in strengthening child- and youth-led community rooted groups

33. Gendered Impacts on Operational Effectiveness of UN Peace Operations

34. Reframing International Relations and Development (Syllabus Resource)

35. Women’s Empowerment as a Path to Peace Understanding the Relationship between Gender Equality and Organized Violence

36. The Climate-Gender-Conflict Nexus: Amplifying Women's Contributions at the Grassroots

37. Transnational Threats (Syllabus Resource)

38. IR Theories (Syllabus Resource)

39. Opportunities and Limits of CO2 Recycling in a Circular Carbon Economy: Techno-economics, Critical Infrastructure Needs, and Policy Priorities

40. Oil Intensity: The Curiously Steady Decline of Oil in GDP

41. The Global Quest for Sustainability: The Role of Green Infrastructure in a Post-Pandemic World

42. Getting the Balance Right: Refining the Strategic Application of Nonproliferation Sanctions

43. National Development Delivers: And How! And How?

44. Principles for Building Confidence and Stability into National Defenses and International Security – toward sufficient, affordable, robust, and reliable defense postures

45. Thinking Beyond the Pandemic: Monetary Policy Challenges in the Medium- to Long-Term

46. UN Security Council Elections for 2022-2023 and the Responsibility to Protect

47. Risky Bet: National Oil Companies in the Energy Transition

48. How Can Anticorruption Actors Use EITI Disclosures?

49. Diagnosing Corruption in the Extractive Sector: A Tool for Research and Action

50. Autonomous Weapon Systems and International Humanitarian Law: Identifying Limits and the Required Type and Degree of Human–Machine Interaction

51. Taking Stock of the Arms Trade Treaty: Application of the Risk-assessment Criteria

52. Democracy in a Post-Covid World

53. Women in Multilateral Peace Operations in 2021: What is the State of Play?

54. Food Systems in Conflict and Peacebuilding Settings: Pathways and Interconnections

55. Countering Global Kleptocracy: A New US Strategy for Fighting Authoritarian Corruption

56. Implementing Decision-Centric Warfare: Elevating Command and Control to Gain an Optionality Advantage

57. The post-Covid city: the ongoing spatial and technological reconfiguration in China and the world

58. AI and International Stability: Risks and Confidence-Building Measures

59. Principles for the Combat Employment of Weapon Systems with Autonomous Functionalities

60. Mental Health Conditions and Substance Use: Comparing U.S. Needs and Treatment Capacity with Those in Other High-Income Countries

61. Towards a Better Understanding of Climate Security Practices

62. Psychological Resilience to Extremism and Violent Extremism

63. Centering Global Food Security for Global Prosperity

64. Reclaiming the Right to the City

65. Renewing International Extension to Equip Farmers for a Changing Climate

66. Serving the Citizens—Not the Bureaucracy

67. Gen Z's Role in Shaping the Digital Economy

68. Exfiltrate, encrypt, extort

69. Digital government services. Building for peak demand.

70. Buying and selling extremism

71. Counterterrorism Yearbook 2021

72. The Socio-Psychological Dynamics of Conspiracy Theories: Is “Q” a Warning Sign for the Future?

73. Broadening Opportunities for Study Abroad: U.S. Government Funded Scholarship Programs

74. The Rise of Remote Global Internships: Promising Practices and the Implications for Career Readiness

75. To Rescue Scholars is to Rescue the Future

76. A Commitment to Building a Global Generation: The Five-Year Impact of IIE’s Generation Study Abroad Initiative

77. COVID-19 Effects on US Higher Education Campuses Report 4

78. International Student Mobility Flows and COVID-19 Realities

79. Economic Value of Peace 2021: Measuring the global economic impact of violence and conflict

80. Global Peace Index 2021: Measuring peace in a complex world

81. Business & Peace 2021

82. Digital Technologies, Peacebuilding and Civil Society

83. Climate Change and International Migration: The Role of Foreign Aid

84. 2020 Guide to Women Leaders in International Affairs

85. Lessons Learned in Preventing and Responding to Atrocities: Organizing, Expanding, and Encouraging the Use of Policy-relevant Knowledge

86. A Source of Escalation or a Source of Restraint? Whether and How Civil Society Affects Mass Killings

87. The Role of Civilians and Civil Society in Preventing Mass Atrocities

88. Action Learning and Tacit Knowledge: A mapping of approaches for humanitarian action

89. Meet the Moment: A Call for Progressive Philanthropic Response to the Anti-Gender Movement

90. COVID-19 Future Trends: Impacts on Children and the Search for Opportunities

91. Cybersecurity (Syllabus Resource)

92. Constructivism (Syllabus Resource)

93. Arms Control and Non-Proliferation (Syllabus Resource)

94. Beijing+25: Accelerating Progress for Women and Girls

95. Movements for Inclusion (Syllabus Resource)

96. Explaining Trends in the Frequency of Gender Provisions in Peace Agreements, 1990–2019

97. Human Rights (Syllabus Resource)

98. Business Ethics (Syllabus Resource)

99. Feminism (Syllabus Resource)

100. Transnational Crime (Syllabus Resource)