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1. The Polish Economy 2023 and Beyond: How to Mend Home Loans

2. A battle against time – and against Putin’s Russia

3. The State of EU-US Digital and Energy Cooperation

4. The Future of the Belt and Road in Europe: How China’s Connectivity Project is Being Reconfigured across the Old Continent – and What It Means for the Euro-Atlantic Alliance

5. Challenges to Transatlantic Digital Infrastructure: An EU Perspective

6. Transatlantic Tech Bridge: Digital Infrastructure and Subsea Cables, a US Perspective

7. Transatlantic Cooperation on Semiconductors: A US Perspective

8. Chips: EU’s Ambition in a Transatlantic Technology Bridge

9. Unemployment and Social Crisis in Tunisia

10. Seeing Tunisia’s Civil Society During Un-civil Times

11. Disentangling Government Responses: How Do We Know When Accountability Work Is Gaining Traction?

12. The Invisible Leverage of the Top 1 Percent: Absentee Debtors and Their Hedge Funds

13. Good Intentions, Better Outcomes: Shifting the Debate About Social Protection and Informality

14. Freedom of Association as a Key Aspect of Human Capital Management

15. The Economy in its Labyrinth: A Structuralist View of the Mexican Economy in the 21st Century

16. IMF Standby Agreements and Inequality: The Role of Informality

17. Dark Spots in the International Commodity Value Chain: The Case of Copper in Zambia

18. Factsheet: Hindu Swayamsewak Sangh (HSS)

19. Factsheet: Alp Services

20. Factsheet: Operation Luxor

21. Factsheet: Narendra Modi

22. Transnational Cooperation -- An Explorative Collection

23. The Role of the Consumer and Systemic Policy Mixes for Circular Business Models in the EU

24. Information Integrity and Information Pollution: Vulnerabilities and Impact on Social Cohesion and Democracy in Mexico

25. Voluntary Sustainability Standards (VSS) and the “Greening” of High-Emitting Industry Sectors in Brazil: Mapping the Sustainability Efforts of the Private Sector

26. Social Contract and Social Cohesion: Synergies and Tensions between Two Related Concepts

27. European Election: Red Alert!

28. A New Security Order for Europe

29. The German 'Schuldenbremse' crisis: a symptom to be taken seriously in Europe

30. Ukraine's European Aspirations

31. The BRICS, a geopolitical challenge overlooked by the European Union

32. The Defence of Europe by Europeans: a myth, a necessity, an ambition, a hope?

33. The various causes of the agricultural crisis in Europe

34. 2024, a European political year - through the eyes of women

35. Some little-known effects of global warming

36. Sino-Russian relations in a geopolitical Europe

37. Has the time come for European defence?

38. Health for the Europeans, who cares?

39. The European Union enlarged from 27 to 36 members? Towards an "Agenda 2030"

40. New European Challenges: the "Schuman" lesson

41. Climate Change, Response, and Mass Atrocities

42. Ensuring Energy Security and Carbon Neutrality: Implications for Korea

43. From tick box to turning point: Getting accountability right for improved humanitarian action

44. Conceptualizing Global Governance of AI

45. The Climate Policy Crisis: Governing Disinformation in the Digital Age

46. Data Disquiet: Concerns about the Governance of Data for Generative AI

47. Machine-Learning Theory and Its Policy Implications

48. Competing Ideas: Canada’s Competition Reform Conversation

49. Breaking Barriers: The Link between Stronger IPRs and Trade in Services

50. European Solar PV Manufacturing: Terminal Decline or Hope for a Rebirth?

51. Xi Jinping’s Visit to France: Stumbling Blocks Pile Up on the Path of Bilateral Cooperation

52. Power and Financial Interdependence

53. The Prospects of Indonesia’s Nickel Boom Amidst a Systemic Challenge from Coal

54. Understanding the Role of Women in Nigeria’s Non-State Armed Groups and Security Architecture

55. South Korea’s Emergence as a Defense Industrial Powerhouse

56. The Future of Nuclear Proliferation after the War in Ukraine

57. India-Russia Relations in Troubled Times: Steady but Stagnating

58. Understanding the Energy Drivers of Turkey’s Foreign Policy

59. Iraq’s Development Road: Geopolitics, Rentierism, and Border Connectivity

60. Tunisia’s Transformation Into a Transit Hub: Illegal Migration and Policy Dilemmas

61. Getting Off the Back Foot: Guiding Principles for a Proactive Western Strategy on Belarus

62. Exploring Law Enforcement Hacking as a Tool Against Transnational Cyber Crime

63. South Africa’s Cyber Strategy Under Ramaphosa: Limited Progress, Low Priority

64. The Buildup to a Crisis: Current Tensions and Future Scenarios for Tunisia

65. Tracing the Roots of China’s AI Regulations

66. What works for working couples? Work arrangements, maternal labour supply, and the division of home production

67. Transitional justice and women’s representation in peacebuilding: Myanmar and the case for Feminist Foreign Policy

68. Climate action: Implications for factor market reallocation

69. Trade policy, industrial policy, and the economic security of the European Union

70. Lessons from China's fiscal policy during the COVID-19 pandemic

71. The effect of lawful crossing on unlawful crossing at the US southwest border

72. Tackling the UK's regional economic inequality: Binding constraints and avenues for policy intervention

73. The El Niño Southern Oscillation and Geopolitical Risk

74. The Evolving Landscape of U.S. Economic Security: The Confluence of Trade, Technology, and National Security

75. Japanese Economic Security as “Derisking”

76. Is Economic Security National Security? Defining South Korea’s Economic Security for Future Industries

77. China’s Perspective on Economic Security

78. South Korea: Caught in the Crosshairs of U.S.−China Competition Over Semiconductors

79. The Raw Materials of Economic Security: South Korea’s Evolving Energy and Critical Minerals Policies in an Era of Disruption

80. Economic Security and U.S.-China Competition: The View from North Korea

81. The Default Policy Option: Chaos

82. Progress toward a breakthrough in Saudi-Israeli relations: ‘Haste is from the Devil’

83. Violating the Temple Mount’s Legal Status? Where is the Violation?

84. Turkey’s Rift with Sweden and Finland

85. There are certain times when national security challenges must overcome a divided nation

86. Are the Palestinians More Violent in Ramadan?

87. The Egyptian Financial Crisis: Implications for the region, and for Israel too

88. Iraq’s Quest for a Social Contract: An Approach to Promoting Social Cohesion and State Resilience

89. The Future of EU Blended Finance and Guarantees: An Assessment of Cooperation Strategies with Least Developed Countries in Africa

90. The Politics of “What Works”: Evidence Incentives and Entrepreneurship in Development Organisations

91. Towards a Seat at the Table: How an Initiative of Cities Got Their Voices Heard during Germany’s 2022 G7 Presidency

92. How Does Globalisation Affect Social Cohesion?

93. (R)evolution? Exploring the Potential of Post-Development Approaches for Reforming Development Cooperation

94. Tax Expenditures in OECD Countries: Findings from the Global Tax Expenditures Database

95. Circular Business Models: Policy Enablers for Plastic Packaging Alternatives in India

96. The European Union and the war in Ukraine: the liberal power and its limits

97. Remittances and corruption perceptions in Africa

98. Keeping tabs? Perceptions of relative deprivation and political trust in Africa

99. Explaining the experience of political violence in Nigeria

100. Recipe for Success: Israeli and Lebanese Analytical Perspectives on the Maritime Delimitation Negotiations