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1. The Russian-Ukrainian War: An Opportunity to Strengthen the AfCFTA

2. The Default Policy Option: Chaos

3. The Russian Soldiers’ Question Revisited

4. Mobilizing Against Russia? Some Reflections on the Security Deadlock Called Ukraine

5. Global South Perspectives on a Global Ban on Nuclear Weapons: A Comparative Approach

6. The Last Word: Zelensky Wags the Dog, But Slowly

7. They melted down our tanks, we are creating the strongest power in the region – militarist narratives serving the purpose of state capturing

8. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept: Matching Ambition with Reality

9. Americans on War Powers, Authorization for Use of Military Force and Arms Sales: A National Survey of Registered Voters

10. What the First Week of Fighting in Ukraine Tells Us About a Potential Insurgency

11. Policy Paper: Considerations of condemnation and balance of Palestine’s position on the war in Ukraine

12. U.S. Coast Guard Academy Cultural Competence Assessment

13. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

14. Taliban Victory Serves as a Model for Palestinian Terror Groups

15. The EU is Reluctantly Getting Tougher with Putin

16. Understanding the Russia-Iran-Israel Triangle

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

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

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

20. US Policy Towards the Yemeni Conflict Must Change

21. Japan’s Expanded Regional Security Role: The Challenge of China

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

23. War or Peace? Turkish Moves in Syria

24. The American Withdrawal from Afghanistan, One Year Later

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

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

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

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

29. Stateliness, IDF style

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

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

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

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

34. An Israeli National Guard?

35. The Unavoidable Campaign to Destroy the Jenin Terrorist Hub

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

37. High-Power Laser Applications on the Future Battlefield

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

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

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

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

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

43. The Ukrainian Civil Front – An Interim Assessment

44. Nonetheless, We Need to Maneuver

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

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

47. Will Russia Use Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine?

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

49. Putin’s Dilemma

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

51. The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Legal Aspects

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

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

54. The Ukraine Crisis: An Interim Analysis

55. Russia-Ukraine: Dangerous Stalemate

56. Radioactive Consequences of a War in Ukraine

57. Present Danger: Nuclear Power Plants in War

58. Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder in the Middle East

59. Arresting Nuclear Adventurism: China, Article VI, and the NPT

60. Keeping Secrets

61. Israel’s Ukraine policy: ‘Right side of history’ vs national interest

62. The Ukraine War: Preparing for the Longer-Term Outcome

63. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Military Defence and Security

64. Everything Counts: Building a Control Regime for Nonstrategic Nuclear Warheads in Europe

65. The Implications of the Ukraine War for Israel

66. Vienna: A return to Ben-Gurion’s WW2 Dual Strategy?

67. Ukraine could have Repercussions for Syrian Regime, Israel

68. The “New Uzbekistan”: Turkey’s New Partner in the Pan-Turkist Organization of Turkic States

69. Japan and the War in Ukraine

70. Israel Must Adjust its Ukraine Policy

71. A New Global Order? Israel’s Relations with China and Russia in Light of the War in Ukraine

72. Latest Killings in Iran May Indicate a Notable Shift in Israeli Strategy

73. The US Defense Establishment’s Role in Shaping American Regional Strategy

74. British Pugwash Note on the Absence of Sole Purpose in NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept

75. Russia’s threat against the Jewish Agency is a Bargaining Measure

76. Israel Caves to Bad Maritime Deal

77. Israel-Lebanon Maritime Deal Demonstrates Israeli Weakness

78. How to respond to nuclear blackmail

79. It is in America’s Interest to End the War in Ukraine

80. Mine Action as a Confidence- and Security-building Measure in the OSCE Region

81. Commitment to Control Weaponised Artificial Intelligence: A Step Forward for the OSCE and European Security

82. Iranian Public Opinion on the War in Ukraine and Nuclear Options

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

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

85. NATO 2030- The Military Dimension

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

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

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

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

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

91. Defending Our Sovereignty: US Military Bases in Africa and the Future of African Unity

92. Russia or the West – Which Should Jerusalem Choose?

93. Hamas takeover of Gaza killed the two-state solution

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

95. The time is ripe for an Israeli-Moroccan honeymoon, though it might not last forever

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

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

98. Military Diplomacy as a National Security Asset: Israel’s Widening Array of Joint Exercises

99. Why is Iran returning to the negotiating table?

100. Iran’s Intimidation of Azerbaijan Must Be Answered