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51. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

52. The Bus Attack in the Jordan Valley: The Ethos of Resistance Increasingly Shapes the Palestinian Campaign

53. War or Peace? Turkish Moves in Syria

54. The American Withdrawal from Afghanistan, One Year Later

55. To What Extent is Israel Prepared for the Growing Threat of UAVs?

56. Two are Better than One: The Role of Qatar and Egypt in Gaza

57. Operation Breaking Dawn: Following the Successful Entry, an Exit Strategy is Required

58. The Tenth NPT Review Conference: In the Shadow of Russian Aggression in Ukraine

59. Stateliness, IDF style

60. Tehran Heightens the Pressure as it Strives to Thwart a Regional Air Defense System

61. Resolving the Gas Dispute with Lebanon: First Exhaust Diplomatic Efforts

62. Five Good Years for the Campaign between Wars in Syria: What Comes Next?

63. Hezbollah Challenges Israel: Time to Rethink the Policy of Restraint

64. An Israeli National Guard?

65. The Unavoidable Campaign to Destroy the Jenin Terrorist Hub

66. The Cognitive War between Israel and Hamas: Implications and Recommendations

67. High-Power Laser Applications on the Future Battlefield

68. The War in Ukraine: More Western Aid and Fear of Escalation

69. The Russia-Ukraine War: Where Do We Go from Here?

70. Seven Years Later: Is the War in Yemen Nearly Over?

71. Investigation of Russia's Crimes in Ukraine: A Turning Point for the International Criminal Court?

72. A Multi-Front Terror Campaign: How Should Israel Respond?

73. The Ukrainian Civil Front – An Interim Assessment

74. Nonetheless, We Need to Maneuver

75. After the Russian “Ruse,” China Looks for New Friends

76. Intelligence and the War in Ukraine: The Limited Power of Public Disclosure

77. Will Russia Use Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine?

78. The War in Ukraine: The Challenge of Shaping an Endgame

79. Putin’s Dilemma

80. A Rising and Falling Alarm: A Strategy for a Joint Exercise in the Home Front Command

81. The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Legal Aspects

82. Hezbollah's Efforts to Restore its Domestic Standing: The Israeli Card

83. Qatar’s Regional and International Standing is on the Rise

84. The Ukraine Crisis: An Interim Analysis

85. Russia-Ukraine: Dangerous Stalemate

86. Montenegro after the General Elections: A New Chapter in Transition or Preservation of Status Quo?

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

88. The Unpredictable Course of Naval Innovation – The Guns of HMS Thunderer

89. Belarus’s Weaponization of Migration Should Make Us Reevaluate the Extent of Crimes Against Humanity and Human Rights

90. Can Russia live with an ongoing conflict in Syria? Mapping out Trends Among Russian Foreign Policy Elites

91. Reconciliation Initiatives in Daraa: A Testimony for Histor

92. The Concept of “Forward Defence”: How Has the Syrian Crisis Shaped the Evolution of Iran’s Military Strategy?

93. Understanding Russia’s Endgame in Syria: A View from the United States

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

95. Security Scenarios for Syria in 2021-2022

96. Military Operations and Artificial Intelligence

97. US-Russian Contention in Cyberspace: Are Rules of the Road Necessary or Possible?

98. Takeaways From a Time of Increased Friction: South Korea-Japan Security Cooperation From 2015 to Present

99. Iranian Public Opinion At the Start of the Raisi Administration

100. Restoring and Improving Nuclear Forensics to Support Attribution and Deterrence