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

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

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

4. Proliferation and the Logic of the Nuclear Market

5. Kazakhs Wary of Chinese Embrace as BRI Gathers Steam

6. Inadvertent Escalation and the Entanglement of Nuclear Command-and-Control Capabilities

7. From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen: Dollar Exposures in Chinese Fintech

8. Why Cyber Operations Do Not Always Favor the Offense

9. The Russian Reality Check on Turkey's Gas Hub Hopes

10. On Political Forgiveness: Some Preliminary Reflections

11. Racing toward Tragedy? China's Rise, Military Competition in the Asia Pacific, and the Security Dilemma

12. Balancing in Neorealism

13. How Realism Waltzed Off: Liberalism and Decisionmaking in Kenneth Waltz's Neorealism

14. Threat Perceptions and Drivers of Change in Nuclear Security Around the World: Results of a Survey

15. "The Lessons of 1914 for East Asia Today: Missing the Trees for the Forest"

16. "Domestic Coalitions, Internationalization, and War: Then and Now"

17. "Better Now Than Later: The Paradox of 1914 as Everyone's Favored Year for War"

18. "Dead Wrong? Battle Deaths, Military Medicine, and Exaggerated Reports of War's Demise"

19. "Delegitimizing al-Qaida: Defeating an 'Army Whose Men Love Death'"

20. "Ethnofederalism: The Worst Form of Institutional Arrangement…?"

21. Shadow Wars of Weapons Acquisition: Arms Denial and its Strategic Implications

22. Time to Worry about China's Military Rise