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1. Green Hydrogen Industrial Value Chains: Geopolitical and Market Implications

2. SVAC Explainer: Wartime Sexual Violence in Tigray, Ethiopia, 2020–2021

3. The Impacts of the Russo-Ukranian War on Latin America in the Age of Strategic Competition

4. The Persistent Consequences of the Energy Transition in Appalachia’s Coal Country

5. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations and Policy Considerations in the United States

6. Updating Estimates of Methane Emissions: The Case of China

7. Outsiders Wanting In: Asian States and Arctic Governance

8. The Science of Rapid Climate Change in Alaska and the Arctic: Sea Ice, Land Ice, and Sea Level

9. Opportunities for Multilateral Cooperation on Climate Change in the Arctic

10. Dismantling Migrant Smuggling Networks in the Americas

11. Comparative State Economic Interventions in the Carbon Capture and Storage Market

12. Combining Technology-Push and Demand-Pull Policies to Create More and Better Energy Jobs

13. The Price Cap on Russian Oil Exports, Explained

14. The Offsetting Mechanism in Guangdong Province’s ETS: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward

15. Increasing the Emissions-Reduction Efficiency of Carbon Trading Schemes in China Under the “30.60” Target: Reflection on the Carbon Markets of Guangdong Province, China

16. Technological Innovation and the Future of Energy Value Chains

17. Toward a Better Immigration System: Fixing Immigration Governance at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

18. North Korean Cryptocurrency Operations: An Alternative Revenue Stream

19. Toward an Integrated North American Emergency Response System

20. Dismantling Migrant Smuggling Networks in the Americas

21. Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Technologies and Costs in the U.S. Context

22. China’s Rise and U.S. Defense Implications

23. The Challenges of Decarbonizing the U.S. Electric Grid by 2035

24. Technical Difficulties of Contact Tracing

25. The Geopolitics of Renewable Hydrogen

26. China: The Renewable Hydrogen Superpower?

27. Using Advance Market Commitments for Public Purpose Technology Development

28. The Government Technology Silver Bullet: Hiring In-House Technical Talent

29. The Need for Greater Technical Talent in the Government: A Case Study

30. Supporting a Public Purpose in Research & Development: The Role of Tax Credits

31. Sustainable Mobility: Renewable Hydrogen in the Transport Sector

32. Hydrogen Deployment at Scale: The Infrastructure Challenge

33. The Role of Blockchain in Green Hydrogen Value Chains

34. The European Union at a Crossroads: Unlocking Renewable Hydrogen’s Potential

35. Offshore Wind in the Eastern United States

36. What Allies Want: Reconsidering Loyalty, Reliability, and Alliance Interdependence

37. Paradoxes of Professionalism: Rethinking Civil-Military Relations in the United States

38. Normalization by Other Means—Technological Infrastructure and Political Commitment in the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

39. Counterterrorism and Preventive Repression: China’s Changing Strategy in Xinjiang

40. Chinese Coercion in the South China Sea: Resolve and Costs

41. Central Bank Digital Currencies: Tools for an Inclusive Future?

42. The Public-Purpose Consortium: Enabling Emerging Technology with a Public Mission

43. The Future of Carbon Offset Markets

44. Mis/ Disinformation and Cyber Incident Communications Response: Top Takeaways

45. Final Week Cybersecurity Considerations: Top Takeaways

46. What We Can Learn From the Wonder Women of COVID-19

47. An Intelligence Agenda for a New Administration

48. China’s National Carbon Market: Paradox and Potential

49. A Proposal for a Stability Mechanism for the Gulf Cooperation Countries

50. Technology Factsheet: Synthetic Biology

51. Technology Factsheet: Quantum Computing

52. Should Regulators Make Electric Utilities Pay Customers for Poor Reliability?

53. The Silk Road and the Gulf: A New Frontier for the RMB

54. In the Gulf, China Plays to Win but US has Upper Hand

55. Envisioning a New Economic Middle East: Reshaping the Gulf with Israel

56. Kazakhs Wary of Chinese Embrace as BRI Gathers Steam

57. The Islamic Revolution at 40

58. 3 Reasons Why the Fed Wants to Keep Raising Interest Rates

59. National Counter-Information Operations Strategy

60. China in a World of Orders: Rethinking Compliance and Challenge in Beijing's International Relations

61. Dangerous Confidence? Chinese Views on Nuclear Escalation

62. Home, Again: Refugee Return and Post-Conflict Violence in Burundi

63. The Domestic Politics of Nuclear Choices

64. How to Enlarge NATO: The Debate inside the Clinton Administration, 1993–95

65. Weaponized Interdependence: How Global Economic Networks Shape State Coercion

66. “We Have Captured Your Women”: Explaining Jihadist Norm Change

67. Cautious Bully: Reputation, Resolve, and Beijing's Use of Coercion in the South China Sea

68. The End of War: How a Robust Marketplace and Liberal Hegemony Are Leading to Perpetual World Peace

69. Bound to Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Liberal International Order

70. A Flawed Framework: Why the Liberal International Order Concept Is Misguided

71. Proliferation and the Logic of the Nuclear Market

72. Buying Allies: Payment Practices in Multilateral Military Coalition-Building

73. Power and Profit at Sea: The Rise of the West in the Making of the International System

74. India's Counterforce Temptations: Strategic Dilemmas, Doctrine, and Capabilities

75. The Demographic Transition Theory of War: Why Young Societies Are Conflict Prone and Old Societies Are the Most Peaceful

76. Bad World: The Negativity Bias in International Politics

77. Why China Has Not Caught Up Yet: Military-Technological Superiority and the Limits of Imitation, Reverse Engineering, and Cyber Espionage

78. A Vision for Nuclear Security

79. Combating Complacency about Nuclear Terrorism

80. Securing Nuclear Weapons and Materials Worldwide: Expanded Funding Needed for a More Ambitious Approach

81. India's New Nuclear Thinking: Counterforce, Crises, and Consequences

82. A Europe that Protects? U.S. Opportunities in EU Defense