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1. A post-Western global order in the making? Foreign policy goals of India, Turkey, Brazil and South Africa

2. Russia after the Wagner mutiny: Yevgeny Prigozhin and the Kremlin’s gamble with the monopoly on violence

3. Russia and Kazakhstan in the global nuclear sector: From uranium mining to energy diplomacy

4. NATO in the North: The emerging division of labour in Northern European security

5. Climate change and security: Preparing for different impacts

6. US-EU climate change industrial policy: Pulling in different directions for cooperation, competition, and compromise

7. The geoeconomics of the hydrogen era: Towards a new global energy architecture

8. Pursuing justice for international crimes in Ukraine: A patchwork of multi-level and long-running efforts

9. The role of space technologies in power politics: Mitigating strategic dependencies through space resilience

10. Outlining EU-Turkey relations: The impacts of the Ukraine war and Turkey’s crucial elections

11. EU reform is back on the agenda: The many drivers of the new debate on treaty change

12. Europe’s policies for a green transition: The European Commission’s geopolitical turn and its pitfalls

13. The changing dynamics of the G7, G20 and BRICS: Informal multilateral cooperation is increasingly important in an era of strategic competition

14. Russian blackmail and the Black Sea Grain Initiative: The (limited) impact of the war in Ukraine on global food security

15. Russian aggression and the European Arctic: Avoiding the trap of Arctic exceptionalism

16. The war-induced exodus from Russia: A security problem or a convenient political bogey?

17. Russia’s regime transformation and the invasion of Ukraine: From a failed blitzkrieg to war as the new normal

18. Centre-right parties in Germany and Sweden: Challenges and strategies in a changing political landscape

19. Nuclear deterrence in the Ukraine war: Diplomacy of violence

20. Cities as global actors: Bringing governance closer to the people

21. Mexico’s domestic decay: Implications for the United States and Europe

22. Water diplomacy analysis for Central Asia: Dynamics of insecurity and sources of resilience

23. Enhancing small state preparedness: Risks of foreign ownership, supply disruptions and technological dependencies

24. US-China geoeconomic rivalry intensifies: A risk or an opportunity for European companies?

25. Turkey in Central Asia: Possibilities and limits of a greater role

26. Central Bank Digital Currencies and the implications for the global financial infrastructure: The transformational potential of Russia’s digital rouble and China’s digital renminbi

27. Russia’s shifting foreign and security policy in Northern Europe: The new geopolitical meaning of ‘good neighbourliness’

28. Iraq’s state of democracy: A self-perpetuating cycle against reform in favour of the political elite

29. Schengen reform and the instrumentalisation of asylum-seekers: New Commission proposals legitimate states’ existing practices

30. The EU´s quest for geoeconomic power: Pursuing open strategic autonomy

31. Germany’s shifting policy towards Russia: The sudden end of Ostpolitik

32. Transparency in multilateral climate governance: Ranking countries by the Climate Transparency Adherence Index

33. France in the Eastern Mediterranean and the MENA region’s geopolitical competition: French grandeur or European sovereignty?

34. European politics in times of crisis: Developments in Germany, France and Italy, and consequences for the EU

35. Western financial warfare and Russia’s de-dollarization strategy: How sanctions on Russia might reshape the global financial system

36. Southeast Asian democracy: Democratic regression or autocratic hardening?

37. Russia’s connectivity strategies in Eurasia: Politics over economy

38. A policy agenda for Finland’s entry into NATO: From ‘one for one’ to ‘one for all’

39. US global security partnerships in the Biden era: Twilight or regeneration?

40. The OSCE and a 21st century spirit of Helsinki: Opportunities to shift security back to the people

41. The EU’s strategic multilateralism: Global engagement in an era of great-power competition

42. Re-securitizing climate: From ‘climate security’ to ‘ecology of peace’?

43. NATO’s Nordic enlargement and Turkey’s reservations: Trilateral Memorandum of Understanding in the context of Turkey’s wider strategic interests

44. China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Successful economic strategy or failed soft-power tool?

45. Leadership successions in Central Asia: Elite pacts, dynasties and revolutions

46. Digital resilience beyond data localisation: National approaches to global challenges

47. Nordic resilience: Strengthening cooperation on security of supply and crisis preparedness

48. Navigating geoeconomic risks: Towards an international business risk and resilience monitor

49. Finland in Afghanistan 2001–2021: From stabilization to advancing foreign and security policy relations

50. Russia’s domestic politics have become part of the West’s Russia policy: The stakes are rising when Navalny returns to Russia

51. An Abrupt Awaking to the Realities of a Pandemic: Learning Lessons From The Onset of COVID-19 in the EU and Finland

52. EU Strategic Autonomy in the Shadow of Geopolitical Rivalry: A View from Moscow

53. Myanmar’s Generals Recoup: The recurrence of military-defined “disciplined democracy”

54. Rule-Bending Debates in Recent Finnish EU Policy: Pacta Sunt Servanda?

55. Trump's Attack on American Democracy: Towards a New Model of Electoral Manipulation in an Established Democratic Republic

56. Transatlantic relations and European strategic autonomy in the Biden era: Neglect, primacy or reform?

57. The Eastern Mediterranean conflict: From Turkey-Greece confrontation to regional power struggles

58. Russia Meets Climate Change: The Domestic Politicization of Environmental Issues and External Pressure to Decarbonize

59. Beyond trade war in Washington: The United States and our less global future

60. Africa Megatrends: Looking over the Horizon into the Future

61. Israel’s 2021 election: Another deadlock in a vote on identity, the role of religion, and Bibi

62. EU-China Investment Agreement: the EU’s Balancing Act between Values and Economic Interests

63. Ukraine’s Half-Hearted Reforms: What Needs to Change in the West’s Approach?

64. President Niinistö’s two-track initiative: towards stronger Arctic dialogue and revitalization of the Helsinki Spirit?

65. Russia's Redefined View on Strategic Stability: A Security Dilemma in Northern Europe?

66. Strategic Autonomy and the Transformation of the EU: New Agendas for Security, Diplomacy, Trade and Technology

67. Solidarity during Covid-19 at national, regional and global levels: An enabler for improved global pandemic security and governance

68. The EU’s new trade strategy: Gearing up for competition over values

69. The Geostrategic Interests of External Actors in Myanmar: A Struggle for Influence in a Country in Turmoil

70. Water and Fire at Kyrgyz-Tajik Border: Ferghana Valley’s Security Environment could take a Turn for the Worse

71. Protecting the Environment During Armed Conflict: From Principles to Implementation

72. Covid-19 Effects on Peace and Conflict Dynamics: The Need for Prevention Prevails

73. Recognizing ‘Geoeconomic Risk’: Rethinking Corporate Risk Management for the era of Great-Power Competition

74. Russia’s Nationalities Policy before and after the 2020 Constitutional Amendments: Is the “Ethnic Turn” Continuing?

75. Russia’s Corona Diplomacy and Geoeconomic Competition: A Sputnik Moment?

76. The Belarusian Revolution of 2020: Afterword

77. Afghanistan and the Rise of the Islamic Emirate: A Tragic Inevitability

78. Turkey’s relations with the US and the EU at the beginning of the Biden presidency: Prospects for change?

79. Russian Duma Election 2021: Kremlin Supremacy Achieved Through Unprecedented Pressure and Fraud

80. The US is Refocusing its Foreign Policy Priorities on the Indo-Pacific: Recalibrating Alliance Politics in a Pivotal Region

81. China’s Foreign Policy at the Centennial of the Communist Party: Prestige Above All

82. Engaging Brazil in the era of climate action: Can Europe and the United States devise a new globalisation?

83. Finland Elected to the UN Human Rights Council: Hard Work and Responsibility are Key to a Successful Membership

84. The EU’s Strategic Approach to CSDP interventions: Building a Tenet from Praxis

85. China and Geoeconomic Dynamics in Central Asia: Balancing Global Strategies, Local Interests and Multiple Partners

86. Internet and Media Repression in Russia: Avoiding the Complicity of Western Actors

87. Three decades of Russian Policy in the European Part of the Post-Soviet Space: Swimming Against the Current

88. Russian policy towards Central Asia 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union: Sphere of influence shrinking?

89. Towards a data-centric great game: New challenges for small states in contemporary power politics

90. Climate change and Finnish comprehensive security: Insights into enhanced preparedness

91. The geopolitics of the energy transition: Global issues and European policies driving the development of renewable energy

92. Russia’s quest for digital competitiveness: The role of private businesses in securing state interests

93. Nordic cooperation amid pandemic travel restrictions

94. The Faroe Islands, Greenland and the Åland Islands in Nordic cooperation

95. Hard security dynamics in the Baltic Sea region: From turbulence to tense stability

96. EU sanctions and Brexit: Losing the hard edge of European foreign policy?

97. Managed leadership succession in Kazakhstan: A model for gradual departure?

98. Covid-19 – a trigger for global transformation? Political distancing, global decoupling and growing distrust in health governance

99. Finland’s response to the Covid-19 epidemic: Long-term preparation and specific plans

100. China after the pandemic: Insecurity spills over to contradictory foreign policy actions