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1. Russia’s War Economy

2. Into the Blue Pacific: Why the EU Should Help Island Nations Address Climate Change and Maritime Insecurity

3. Climate and Environmental Security in the Democratic Republic of Congo

4. Migration in the Context of Climate Foreign Policy

5. Double-Edged Sword: How to Engage Returnee Networks in Migrant Reintegration

6. After Ostpolitik: A New Russia and Eastern Europe Policy Based on Lessons from the Past

7. Leveraging Islam and Internal Conflict: Strategies and Consequences in Russia’s War Against Ukraine

8. Toughening Financial Sanctions on Russia: Enforcing Energy Sanctions and Reducing Shadow Reserves Effectively

9. Mobilizing Social Media Influencers: A European Approach to Oversight and Accountability

10. Coping with Technology Sanctions in the Russian Financial Sector

11. Tech Sanctions Against Russia: Turning the West’s Assumptions Into Lessons

12. From “Forward ­Presence” to ­“Forward Defense”: Germany Must Strengthen ­NATO’s Northeastern Flank in Lithuania

13. China “De-risking”: A Long Way from Political Statements to Corporate Action

14. German Defense Spending: A Repeat of the Past Instead of a New Era

15. Whose Zeitenwende? Germany Cannot Meet Everyone’s Expectations

16. European Defense in A New Age (#EDINA)

17. Security Guarantees for Ukraine: Until NATO Membership, Extending the Joint Expeditionary Force Is the Best Option

18. Decisive but Forgotten: Germany’s Missing Technological Zeitenwende

19. Conditionality in Migration Cooperation: Five Ideas for Future Use Beyond Carrots, Sticks, and Delusions

20. Protecting the EU’s Submarine Cable Infrastructure: Germany’s Opportunity to Transform Vulnerability into Mutual Resilience

21. Evaluating Public Support for Chinese Vendors in Europe’s 5G Infrastructure

22. Russia’s War in Ukraine: Rethinking the EU’s Eastern Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy

23. A More Strategic Approach to Foreign Direct Investment Policy

24. The Disruption of Arctic Exceptionalism: Managing Environmental Change in Light of Russian Aggression

25. Conflict in Two Theaters? European Misperceptions about the Asia-Pacific

26. What If the EU Did Not Share Data to Protect Its Critical Infrastructure?

27. Economic Equidistance is Not an Option: Germany and the US-Chinese Geo-Economic Conflict

28. How To Talk About Migration in Africa: Classic Hurdles and Six Recommendations for European Policymakers

29. NATO’s 2030 Reflection Process and the New Strategic Concept: Implications for the Security in Northern Europe

30. Britain, Germany, and the Rise of Competitive Virtue Signaling

31. Japan's "Economic Security" Measures

32. Promoting the Euro – Countering Secondary Sanctions: Germany Should Push to Complete Monetary Union

33. If Russia Uses Migration as a Weapon, Europeans Should Respond In Kind

34. Risky Thinking: How Scenarios Can Help the EU Bounce Back from Strategic Shock

35. Defense and Deterrence Against Geo-Economic Coercion What Germany and the EU Can Learn from China and the United States

36. Designing a Geo-Economic Policy for Europe

37. Sea Change for Europe’s Security Order: Three Future Scenarios

38. The Economics of Great Power Competition: Why Germany Must Step Up on Defense

39. Using Information to Influence the Russian War in Ukraine

40. Sanctions Against Russia: Five Lessons from the Case of Iran

41. Defining Feminist Foreign Policy in Germany’s National Security Strategy

42. Don’t Panic! How to Give Germany’s Crisis Management Strategic Footing

43. China’s Global Vision Vacuum: An Opportunity and Challenge for Europe

44. The Geopolitics of Digital Technology Innovation: Assessing Strengths and Challenges of Germany’s Innovation Ecosystem

45. Integrating Climate in Germany’s National Security Strategy: How to Avoid Being Derailed by Russia’s Aggression

46. Strict and Uniform: Improving EU Sanctions Enforcement

47. Managing Risks in the EU-China Economic Relationship

48. US-Chinese Competition and Transatlantic Relations: Implications for Germany and Europe

49. A Reliable Global Cyber Power: Cyberspace and Germany’s National Security Strategy

50. Germany’s Global Technology Diplomacy Strengthening Technology Alliances, Partnerships, and Norms-Setting Institutions

51. Technology and Industrial Policy in an Age of Systemic Competition: Safeguarding Germany’s Technology Stack and Innovation Industrial Strength

52. Germany’s Economic Security and Technology: Optimizing Export Control, Investment Screening and Market Access Instruments

53. A German Digital Grand Strategy: Integrating Digital Technology, Economic Competitiveness, and National Security in Times of Geopolitical Change

54. Germany’s Role in Europe’s Digital Regulatory Power: Shaping the Global Technology Rule Book in the Service of Europe

55. The Geopolitics of Digital Technology Innovation: Assessing Strengths and Challenges of Germany’s Innovation Ecosystem

56. Don’t Get Caught in the Middle: A Geo-Economic Strategy for Germany to Survive US-Chinese Rivalry

57. Gas and Energy Security in Germany and Central and Eastern Europe

58. Japan: Defense Planning in Transition: Country Report From the Project “Risk Reduction and Arms Control in the Asia-Pacific Region”

59. Russia’s Strategic Interests and Actions in the Baltic Region

60. Russian Foreign Policy in 2020: Strengthening Multi-vectorialism

61. Good Practices in Risk Assessment for Terrorist Offenders

62. Europe’s Capacity to Act in the Global Tech Race: Charting a Path for Europe in Times of Major Technological Disruption

63. Ghana as the EU’s Migration Partner: Actors, Interests, and Recommendations for European Policymakers

64. The Logic (and Grammar) of US Grand Strategy: Implications for Germany and Europe

65. The New Geo-Economic Environment and the EU’s Capacity to Act

66. Walking a Tightrope in Tunisia: The Aspirations and Limitations of Migration Policy Reform

67. Building European Resilience and Capacity to Act: Lessons for 2030

68. Cooperation in Tertiary Prevention of Islamist Extremism

69. Migration Policy in South Africa: Lessons from Africa’s Migration Magnet for European Policymakers

70. Egypt, the EU, and Migration: An Uncomfortable Yet Unavoidable Partnership

71. Germany’s Debt Brake and Europe’s Fiscal Stance after COVID-19

72. The Use of Games in Strategic Foresight: A Warning from the Future

73. Rule of Law Diplomacy: Why the EU Needs to Become More Vocal in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine

74. After the OECD-Deal: Transatlantic Cooperation and International Corporate Tax Reform

75. The Hidden G2 for Democratic Tech Governance is the EU-US Relationship: A Starter Kit

76. Three Ideas to Improve the International Role of the ECB

77. A Capable EU Is No Utopia: Strategic Lessons from the German Presidency

78. Blurry Counterterrorism: A Chance for Russia, A Risk for Europe

79. Germany Between a Rock and a Hard Place in China-US Competition

80. To the Viktor Go the Spoils: What Orbán Needs to Form a New Political Camp in Europe

81. Assessing China and Russia’s Influence on the German Parliamentary Elections

82. Quantifying Investment Facilitation at Country Level: Introducing a New Index

83. Three Scenarios for Europe’s Conflict Landscape in 2030

84. The Role of Space as a Global Common Good for Critical Infrastructure and Industry

85. Promoting Technological Sovereignty and Innovation: Emerging and Disruptive Technologies

86. Strategic Foresight and the EU Cyber Threat Landscape in 2025

87. Migration, Borders, and the EU’s Capacity to Act

88. The Digital Technology Environment and Europe’s Capacity to Act

89. Women and Minors in Tertiary Prevention of Islamist Extremism

90. Communicating in Tertiary ­Prevention of Islamist Extremism

91. Towards More Effective Deradicalization: Urgent Recommendations for Addressing Violent Islamist Extremism

92. Building European Resilience and Capacity to Act: Lessons for 2030

93. China’s Nuclear Arms Race: How Beijing Is Challenging US Dominance in the Indo-Pacific

94. COVID-19 and European Defense: Voices from the Capitals

95. The EU’s Strategic Compass and Its Four Baskets: Recommendations to Make the Most of It

96. Stronger Together: A Strategy to Revitalize Transatlantic Power

97. Preventing Recidivism of Islamist Extremists

98. Connectivity in Eurasia: Geopolitical Chances for the EU

99. The EU’s Role in Addressing Lebanon’s Multiple Crises

100. The End of German Ostpolitik: What a Change in Germany’s Russia Strategy Might Look Like