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

2. Could Biden construct a new world order through détente with Russia?

3. China below the Radar: Israel-US Strategic Dialogue on Technology

4. President Biden's Visit to the Middle East: Recommendations for Israel

5. The Iranian Nuclear Program Advances, with only a Slim Chance of Restoring Nuclear Agreement

6. Between Erdogan, Mitsotakis, and Biden: The Evolving Ankara-Athens-Washington Triangle

7. US Relations with Arab Gulf States: A Passing Crisis?

8. ASEAN Matters for America/America Matters for ASEAN

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

10. Jordan: With Relations with Washington and Jerusalem Back in Order, a Flurry of Diplomatic Activity

11. Iranian Public Opinion at the Start of the Biden Administration: Report

12. From Tectonic Shifts to Winds of Change in North Africa and the Middle East: Europe’s Role

13. Can Negotiations and Diplomacy Break the US–Iran Impasse?

14. How Middle-Power Democracies Can Help Renovate Global Democracy Support

15. Breaking the Israel-Palestine Status Quo

16. The EU-US Trade and technology Council: Mapping the Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Cooperation on Trade, Climate, and Digital

17. Iran talks are likely going nowhere

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

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

20. Why is Iran returning to the negotiating table?

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

22. Israel Must Actively Oppose US Return to the JCPOA

23. Bennett’s Visit to Washington

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

25. The Biden Foreign Policy Team

26. Don’t Interfere, Integrate: China Proposes (Yet Another) Middle East Peace Initiative

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

28. Ramifications of an American Return to the 2015 Nuclear Agreement

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

30. America Should Not Make the Mistake of Adopting the Arab Interpretation of UN Resolution 242

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

32. Is Israel on collision course with Biden administration?

33. Biden’s Eastern Mediterranean Agenda

34. Iran Raises the Stakes for Biden

35. Restoring American Bipartisan Commitment Towards Israel: A Moral Duty and Strategic Necessity

36. Righting a Wrong: Taiwan, the United Nations, and United States Policy

37. Strengthening the Relationship Between Embassies and U.S. Special Operations Forces: Part 1, the Current Environment

38. On Iran: Don’t Snap Back, Step Up

39. US Nonproliferation Cooperation with Russia and China

40. Don’t be rude, don’t be docile! How to manage freedom of manoeuvre in tense bilateral diplomacy

41. Climate Diplomacy under a New U.S. Administration

42. North Korea’s Nuclear Program: The Early Days, 1984–2002

43. China's Pandemic Diplomacy

44. How the Abraham Accords affected the Turkish Foreign Policy?

45. Dealing with China: Lessons Learned from Three Case Studies

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

47. Strengthening Nuclear Energy Cooperation between the United States and Its Allies

48. Shifts in Global Sanctions Policy, and What They Mean for the Future

49. How the US and China Could Renew Cooperation on Climate Change

50. There Goes the Neighborhood: The Limits of Russian Integration in Eurasia

51. U.S.-Russian Relations in 2030

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

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

54. Time for an Israeli Peace Initiative

55. Why Israelis Like Trump

56. Why Qatar should not be designated an ally of the United States

57. Tempered Euphoria on the UAE-Israel Agreement

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

59. Security Considerations and National Unity Require Jordan Valley Sovereignty

60. Israel Shouldn’t Draw Fixed Lines Between Itself and China

61. America’s ‘Turkey Dilemma’ in the Mediterranean

62. Syria in the US and Israeli debate on Iran

63. Future Scenarios: What To Expect From a Nuclear North Korea

64. From 'Rebalance to Asia' to 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific': The Development of the U.S.-Vietnam Comprehensive Partnership

65. Negotiating Security in Latin America, How Russia Regained a Foothold in the Western Hemisphere

66. Obama's Road to Cairo: The President’s Rhetorical Journey, 2008–2009

67. Iranian Public Opinion under “Maximum Pressure”

68. Washington Consultation on Arms Control

69. Tehran Meeting on JCPOA

70. Trump’s Plan is Opportunity to Change Paradigm

71. Fear Not the Trump Plan

72. Trump’s Law of Diminishing Returns

73. Will Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ lead to change?

74. Beware Precipitous Talks with Iran

75. A Stronger Mediterranean Partnership: Why More Than Gas is at Stake

76. How Israel Will Prevent Trump Appeasing Iran

77. Beyond the Chorus of Indignation

78. Self-Determination and U.S. Choices

79. Settling Kurdish Self-Determination in Northeast Syria

80. The Game Has Changed: Rethinking the U.S. Role in Supporting Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa

81. CSIS European Trilateral Track 2 Nuclear Dialogues

82. Korea, the JCPOA, and the Shifting Military Balance in the Gulf

83. Strengthening the U.S.-Pacific Islands Partnership

84. U.S.–Southeast Asia Trade Relations in an Age of Disruption

85. Dangerous Liaisons: Russian Cooperation with Iran in Syria

86. The Civil Challenges to Peace in Afghanistan

87. Does the United States Renegotiate Its Trade Agreements after They Are Signed?

88. American Sanctions and Military Action against Iran