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1. India’s Regulatory Shift: An Examination of Five Agencies of the Post- Liberalisation Era

2. Cameroon: The State’s Transfer of Powers to the Regions

3. Remittances and corruption perceptions in Africa

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

5. Mitigating Global Fragmentation in Digital Trade Governance: A Case Study

6. Could a Global “Wicked Problems Agency” Incentivize Data Sharing?

7. Balancing Security and Innovation: Opposition's View on Turkey's Digital Policies

8. A Fractured Border: Syria, Türkiye, and Cantonization

9. ‘Ten pound touts’: post-conflict trust and the legacy of counterinsurgency in Northern Ireland

10. Section 232 reloaded: the false promise of the transatlantic ‘climate club’ for steel and aluminium

11. What should be done about Google’s quasi-monopoly in search? Mandatory data sharing versus AI-driven technological competition

12. What would Europeans want a European defence union to look like?

13. Antitrust issues raised by answer engines

14. Pro- and anti-competitive provisions in the proposed European Union Data Act

15. Rebooting the European Union’s Net Zero Industry Act

16. The value added of central bank digital currencies: a view from the euro area

17. Emergent Agency in a Time of COVID-19: Research report

18. From Rebel Governance to Institutionalization? Prospects for the Taliban and Afghanistan

19. The Challenges of Data Collection in Conflict-affected Areas: A Case Study in the Liptako-Gourma Region

20. Government Deficits and Interest Rates: A Keynesian View

21. The EU Green Deal. A new momentum for democratic governance in the MENA region?

22. Paradoxical Africanisation of Libya after 2011. Growing influence of sub- Saharan African government, rebel, diplomatic and criminal actors in the post-Gaddafi state

23. Justifications of Repression in Autocracies: An Empirical Analysis of the Maghreb, 2000–2010

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

25. Rethinking EU economic governance: The foundation for an inclusive, green and digital transition

26. Parliamentary oversight of the police and the EU accession process – a missing link in the fundamentals-first approach

27. Pandemic Management – Lessons Learned for a Safer Future

28. Implicit Subsidies for Infrastructure and Their Implications for Contingent Liabilities in Selected East Asian Countries

29. Public policy actors view success differently, and it matters

30. The ghost people and populism from above: The Kais Saied case

31. Qualitative Synthesis Maps for Data-Driven Urban Governance A Methodological Evaluation

32. The State of India’s Pollution Control Boards: Who has a seat at the table?

33. The State of India’s Pollution Control Boards: Who is in the field?

34. The State of India’s Pollution Control Boards: Who is at the helm?

35. Submission to the Commission on Air Quality Management in NCR and Adjoining Areas (CAQM)

36. Putting Development at the Centre of G20 Policy Agenda: Lessons for the T20

37. WPA in Afghanistan: Betrayal and Renewal

38. Indigenous Foreign Policy: a new way forward?

39. Social Determinants and how they Influence Councillor Performance in District Local Government Councils in Uganda

40. Islamic Republic or Islamic Monarchy? The Possible Transfer of Power in Iran to the Supreme Leader's Son

41. Chaos in the Palestinian Authority: From Counter-Terrorism to Reconstruction

42. An Israeli National Guard?

43. Hezbollah’s Political Challenges following the Elections in Lebanon

44. The Gulf States and the Palestinian Authority: On the Brink of Change?

45. Growing Disagreements between President Raisi and his Conservative Rivals

46. The Second Republic of Iran: Is Iran Moving toward a Constitutional Change?

47. Who wins and who loses from state subsidies?

48. Looking Ahead: Trends and Solutions for 2022

49. Did the nation-wide implementation of e-FMS in MGNREGS result in reduced expenditures? A re-examination of the evidence

50. Black Mirror Statecraft: Combating PRC Hostile Social Manipulation and Sharp Power in an Era of Great Power Competition