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1. A US failure in Ukraine Crisis could lead to a conflagration in Middle East, Asia

2. Houthi/Iranian attacks on UAE a response to losses on the Yemen battlefield

3. Will US-Israel ties withstand possible strains due to the Iranian and Palestinian issues?

4. US Policy Towards the Yemeni Conflict Must Change

5. President Biden Has Five Options for Future Negotiations with Iran

6. NATO 2030- The Military Dimension

7. Is it time for Biden to demonstrate force with Iran?

8. Israel, the US, and the Iranian Nuclear project – back to basics

9. The Nuclear Talks in Vienna: Biden’s Legacy at Stake

10. Why is Iran returning to the negotiating table?

11. Securing the Future of the Israel-US Special Relationship

12. Israel Must Actively Oppose US Return to the JCPOA

13. From Saigon to Kabul: Losing the Battle, Winning the War

14. Yemen Offers Clues as to US Regional Strategy and the Abilities of Anti-Iran Forces

15. What is Iran’s Real Goal in Nuclear Talks with the US?

16. Strategic Implications of the Damage at the Natanz Enrichment Facility

17. No Agreement is Better than Another Bad Agreement with Iran

18. Time to Update Israeli Policy Toward Syria

19. Biden’s Eastern Mediterranean Agenda

20. After Soleimani: Maintain the Pressure on Iran’s Nuclear Project

21. A large amount of noise and smoke

22. US-Russia interactions in Syria and the future of the conflict in 2021

23. A Peacekeeping Mission in Afghanistan: Pipedream or Path to Stability?

24. Terrorism in Afghanistan: A Joint Threat Assessment

25. Trump 2.0 or a first Biden administration? How different worldviews will shape US foreign policy

26. Iran’s foreign policy: Buying time until the US presidential elections

27. Is China preparing to invade Taiwan? The time may be opportune, but the overall situation is not

28. Trump, the Middle East, and North Africa: Just Leave Things to the Proxies?

29. Will a European Security Council Bring Strategic Relevance?

30. Talking Points for the Top National Security Issues of 2020

31. Turkey’s military policy in Syria: implications for NATO

32. Projecting Stability to the South: NATO’s other challenge

33. Recalibrating NATO Nuclear Policy

34. Increasing Nuclear Threats through Strategic Missile Defense

35. Double or Nothing?
 The Effects of the Diffusion of Dual-Use Enabling Technologies on Strategic Stability

36. Evaluating the Trump Administration’s Approach to Sanctions: Venezuela

37. The Implications of an Iran Sanctions Snapback

38. US Nonproliferation Cooperation with Russia and China

39. Defeating Threat Air Defences: the Return of the DEAD

40. Promoting and Projecting Stability: Challenges and Perspectives

41. Belgium Should Not Change Strategy on Her Contribution to NATO's Nuclear Role Sharing

42. Domestic and International (Dis)Order: A Strategic Response

43. Israel’s Role in Helping the Biden Administration Set Policy Towards Iran

44. Time for an Israeli Peace Initiative

45. US Must Protect Israel’s QME After F-35 Sale to UAE

46. China’s Alternative Vision for Gulf Security

47. The Tensions between Assad and Iran Present an Opportunity in Syria

48. After Soleimani: Iran Resumes Proxy Warfare Against the US

49. Could Congress’ latest Syria sanctions bill backfire?

50. More pressure on Iran still needed