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1. The Pillars Necessary for a Strong Domestic Semiconductor Industry

2. U.S. Defense Posture in the Middle East

3. U.S. Strategy: Rebalancing Global Energy between Europe, Russia, and Asia and U.S. Security Policy in the Middle East and the Gulf

4. The Caribbean in the Crossfire Between Covid-19, Narcotics, China, and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

5. The Two Technospheres Western-Chinese Technology Decoupling: Implications for Cybersecurity

6. A Shared Responsibility: Public-Private Cooperation for Cybersecurity

7. Securing Intellectual Property for Innovation and National Security

8. Veteran Disability Compensation and the Army Profession: Good Intentions Gone Awry

9. Congressional Perspectives on U.S. Policy Toward North Korea and Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula

10. The Logic (and Grammar) of US Grand Strategy: Implications for Germany and Europe

11. Preventing Nuclear Proliferation and Reassuring America's Allies

12. Centering Global Food Security for Global Prosperity

13. US, Japan, and South Korea Coordination Key to Competing in Southeast Asia

14. Navigating Relations with Russia in the Arctic: A Roadmap for Stability

15. Containing Crisis: Strategic Concepts for Coercive Economic Statecraft

16. Sea Change? The Impact of the US Presidential Election on Central and South-Eastern European Security and Defence

17. Culture, Gender, and Women in the Military: Implications for International Humanitarian Law Compliance

18. Reimagining a Canadian National Security Strategy

19. The Role of Popular Mobilisation Forces in Iraqi Politics

20. Senior Conference 55—The Emerging Environment in the Indo-Pacific Region: Drivers, Directions, and Decisions

21. Professionalizing the Iraqi Army: US Engagement after the Islamic State

22. Reforming the Department of Homeland Security Through Enhanced Oversight & Accountability

23. A New Arsenal for Competition: Coercive Economic Measures in the U.S.-China Relationship

24. Rising to the China Challenge: Renewing American Competitiveness in the Indo-Pacific

25. Between the Chinese Dragon and American Eagle: 5G Development in the Baltic States

26. China in Europe and Transatlantic Security

27. Charting a Transatlantic Course to Address China

28. Sanctions by the Numbers: Spotlight on Iran

29. Congress’s Hidden Strengths: Wielding Informal Tools of National Security Oversight

30. Reengaging Iran: A New Strategy for the United States

31. South China Sea Threat Assessment: Is China a Threat or a Paper Tiger?

32. Civilians Versus Their Governments: China, the United States, and the Changing Nature of Conflict and Security in Africa

33. Catching Up: China’s Developing Military Power

34. An affordable defense of Asia

35. Emerging technologies and the future of US-Japan defense collaboration

36. American Public Support for US Troops in Middle East Has Grown

37. The Future of US-Kazakhstan Relations

38. Libya’s Civil War: US Abdication Providing a Playground for Foreign Intervention

39. 2020 Report on American Attitudes Toward the Korean Peninsula

40. China’s Economic Rise amid Renewed Great Power Competition, America’s Strategic Choices

41. Conventional arms control on the Korean Peninsula: The current state and prospects

42. Stronger Together: A Strategy to Revitalize Transatlantic Power

43. The United States and Fiji Reaffirm Security Assistance Cooperation

44. Where Are We Now? Examining the Trump Administration’s Efforts to Combat Cybercrime

45. Weakened Encryption: The Threat to America’s National Security

46. A Roadmap to Strengthen US Cyber Enforcement: Where Do We Go From Here?

47. The Best and Worst States for Women: The US Women, Peace and Security Index 2020

48. GCSP Joins Effort to Reduce Tensions between NATO and Russia

49. What Happens to Israel If the US and Iran Go to War?

50. Parameters VOL. 49 NO. 1–2 Spring–Summer 2019

51. Parameters VOL. 48 NO. 3 Autumn 2018

52. A More Focused and Resilient U.S.-India Strategic Partnership

53. Escalation or Negotiation? Conclusions of a Tabletop Exercise on the Future of U.S.-Iran Relations

54. Sustainable Defense: More Security, Less Spending

55. What North Korea’s Push for Economic Development Means for Human Rights

56. Iraqi-Russian Relations amidst US Security-Focused Engagement

57. Public Prefers Cooperation and Engagement with China

58. Security in the Age of Cities

59. From Control to Crisis: Changing Trends and Policies Reshaping U.S.-Mexico Border Enforcement

60. Investing in the Neighborhood: Changing Mexico-U.S. Migration Patterns and Opportunities for Sustainable Cooperation

61. Innovation and National Security: Keeping Our Edge

62. The U.S.-Japan-ROK Trilateral: Better at Deterrence than Diplomacy?

63. Doubling Down on the U.S.-South Korea Alliance: Olympics Diplomacy Did Not Breach Trust, but TrumpMoon Confidence Is in Jeopardy

64. Donald J. Trump y las Relaciones Cuba-Estados Unidos en la Encrucijada

65. Beyond the proxy powder keg: The specter of war between Saudi Arabia and Iran

66. After the West? A Positive Transatlantic Agenda in a Post-Atlantic Age

67. Securing a Democratic World

68. Assessing the Collective Security Treaty Organization: Capabilities and Vulnerabilities

69. Silent Partners: Organized Crime, Irregular Groups, and Nation-States

70. Restructuring the UN Secretariat to Strengthen Preventative Diplomacy and Peace Operations

71. Redefining the Relationship for Prosperity in North America/Redefiniendo la relación para la prosperidad de Norteamérica

72. Rejuvenating the U.S. Partnership with Kuwait

73. Improving Mexico’s Economic Competitiveness Through Security Cooperation

74. As Trump Withdraws America from the World, Xi’s China Takes Advantage

75. State Legitimacy, Fragile States, and U.S. National Security

76. 5 Big Ideas for U.S. Policy in the Americas

77. Moscow on the Potomac

78. MAAS Students Bring Scholars and Activists to Campus

79. La relation Pakistan – Etats-Unis : un patron et son client au bord de la rupture ? (The Pakistan-US relations : A relationship on the brink ?)

80. Promoting U.S. Economic Growth and Security Through Expanding World Trade: A Call for Bold American Leadership