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1. Restoring Competitive Politics: Electoral Contestation and the Future in Turkey and India, and Iran and Russia

2. The Return of History: Countering the Decline of Democracy in Europe

3. China-US Competition in the Balkans Impact, regional responses, and larger implications

4. China’s Semiconductors Reflections on Sources and Solutions to an Expensive Problem

5. Is Feminist Foreign Policy driving progress for women’s representation in diplomacy?

6. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept: One Year On

7. China’s smart cities and the future of geopolitics

8. Countering United Front Work: Taiwan’s Political Warfare System

9. The Energy Crisis Requires a Military Solution that Compels NATO to Spend like Estonia

10. China’s Global Strategy as Science Fiction

11. China’s Provinces as Global Actors: Evidence from China-Africa Relations

12. "Best and Bosom Friends" Putin, Xi and the Challenge to the West

13. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept: Matching Ambition with Reality

14. Russian Strategic Interest in Arctic Heats Up as Ice Melts

15. Turkey’s Involvement in the Libyan Conflict, the Geopolitics of the Eastern Mediterranean and Drone Warfare

16. China’s Digital Silk Road in Indonesia: Progress and implications

17. The ‘Kosovo Precedent’: Russia’s justification of military interventions and territorial revisions in Georgia and Ukraine

18. What Putin’s War in Ukraine Means for the Future of China-Russia Relations

19. ASEAN: Seeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine through a glass darkly

20. NATO’s Resilience: The first and last line of defence

21. Decoding China’s “Common Prosperity” Drive

22. Strategies for Order in a Disorderly World

23. ASEAN’s Cambodian Stress Test

24. Regime Change No More: Coming to Terms with the Greater Middle East

25. The Long Shadow of the Soviet Union: Demystifying Putin’s Rhetoric Towards Ukraine

26. Can Chancellor Scholz Save the West? The New German Government and Global Geopolitics

27. Education, Training and Capacity Building in the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) 2021: Multilateral and Bilateral Ambitions Twenty Years On

28. Winter is Coming: The Baltics and The Russia-Ukraine War

29. Protect, Constrain, Contest: Approaches for coordinated transatlantic economic and technological competition with China

30. UK Economic Diplomacy in the 21st Century: The LSE Economic Diplomacy Commission Final Report

31. Hedging by Default: The Limits of EU “Strategic Autonomy” in a Binary World Order

32. Sea Change? The Impact of the US Presidential Election on Central and South-Eastern European Security and Defence

33. The Rise of Insurgent Europeanism

34. Changing Dynamics of Pak-US Relations and the Challenge of Soft Power

35. Authoritarian protectionism in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe: diversity, commonality and resistance

36. FOCAC at 21: Future Trajectories of China-Africa Relations

37. Germany and the World of Yesterday

38. Coordination Failure: Risks of US-China competition in space

39. President Biden’s Africa Policy

40. Twitter and Digital Diplomacy: China and COVID-19

41. Facing A Strategic Endgame? The US and the Ambiguities of Strategic Thinking

42. The Dragon Lands in Belgrade: The Drivers of Sino-Serbian Partnership

43. How Can America Challenge China's Political Ambitions in an Age of Deglobalisation?

44. NATO and the Future Character of Warfare

45. Shaping the Indo-Pacific? Japan and Europeanisation

46. The Russian Diaspora in the Baltic States: The Trojan Horse that never was

47. Getting Brexit Started: prospects for a new EU-UK partnership into the 2020s

48. Biowar next? Security implications of the coronavirus

49. Europe in a Multipolar World

50. From Russia With Love? Serbia's Lukewarm Reception of Russian Aid and Its Geopolitical Implications