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1. UNRWA Funding is Burdened with Conditionality

2. UNRWA After October 7: Building a Comprehensive Response Framework for Palestinian Refugees

3. Navigating the Politics of Humanitarian Aid in Gaza

4. Bridging Local and Global Assistance for Palestinian Refugees in Egypt

5. Death or Detention: Israel’s Attacks on Journalism Follow a Lethal Pattern

6. The Gendering of Sudan’s Brutal War

7. Time to Renew an Old Promise? A Brief History of Global South Solidarity with Palestine

8. Children’s “Right to Play” In Gaza

9. In Targeting UNRWA, Israel Aims to Destroy the Right of Return

10. Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China

11. NATO's New Ambitions for Space

12. European Solar PV Manufacturing: Terminal Decline or Hope for a Rebirth?

13. German Ports and China: How to Reconcile Openness, Resilience and Security?

14. Xi Jinping’s Visit to France: Stumbling Blocks Pile Up on the Path of Bilateral Cooperation

15. Power and Financial Interdependence

16. The Prospects of Indonesia’s Nickel Boom Amidst a Systemic Challenge from Coal

17. "A Capital City Will Always Be a Capital City”: Konya’s Rise Under the AKP’s Rule

18. Understanding the Role of Women in Nigeria’s Non-State Armed Groups and Security Architecture

19. Indonesia’s 2024 Presidential Elections: Campaigning for Continuity

20. South Korea’s Emergence as a Defense Industrial Powerhouse

21. Germany’s Strategy on Climate Foreign Policy: Balancing Sustainable Development and Energy Security

22. Russia’s Ideological Construction in the Context of the War in Ukraine

23. The Future of Nuclear Proliferation after the War in Ukraine

24. India-Russia Relations in Troubled Times: Steady but Stagnating

25. When Life Gives You Lemons: How EU Citrus Standards Can Limit Trade

26. The Advisory Function of the International Court of Justice: Are States Resorting to Advisory Proceedings as a “Soft” Litigation Strategy?

27. Seeking Safer Shells: An Analysis of Interpretations, Justifications, and Rationales Behind Decisions on North Korean Defectors’ Right to Asylum

28. Revising Organ Procurement Organization Guidelines to Obtaining Family Consent for Deceased Donation: An Anthropologically Informed Policy Proposal

29. Migrant Death and Disappearability at Sea: Mediterranean Necropolitics as a European Strategy of Migration Deterrence

30. Is the Government Ready to Take the Lead? Transition of Migration Management in Bosnia and Herzegovina

31. Guam in Washington, 1972-Present: The Overlooked Strategic Implications of Congressional Polarization

32. Friends in Need: Russian Strategic Communications in Africa Before and After the Full-Scale Invasion of Ukraine

33. A Land of Violence, A Land of Conquest: Memory, Truth, Historical Continuity, and Imperialism in Rwanda

34. Understanding the Energy Drivers of Turkey’s Foreign Policy

35. Iraq’s Development Road: Geopolitics, Rentierism, and Border Connectivity

36. Tunisia’s Transformation Into a Transit Hub: Illegal Migration and Policy Dilemmas

37. Getting Off the Back Foot: Guiding Principles for a Proactive Western Strategy on Belarus

38. Emerging Powers and the Future of American Statecraft

39. Charting the Radical Right’s Influence on EU Foreign Policy

40. Exploring Law Enforcement Hacking as a Tool Against Transnational Cyber Crime

41. South Africa’s Cyber Strategy Under Ramaphosa: Limited Progress, Low Priority

42. The Buildup to a Crisis: Current Tensions and Future Scenarios for Tunisia

43. Tracing the Roots of China’s AI Regulations

44. The risk of artificial intelligence: China edition

45. “Condemned to Sacrifice” in the Shadow of Argentina’s Vaca Muerta

46. Crossing the Storm: EZLN Marks 30 Years with a 120-year Plan

47. Informal Settlements on the Front Lines of Wildfire Risk in Bogotá

48. The Racist Undertones of Bolivia’s Environmental Movement

49. Latin America’s New Right Wings: Shifting Ideologies, Transnational Ties

50. Israel and Genocide: Not Only In Gaza

51. Honduras: A Narco-State Made in the United States

52. Milei Moves Forward with the Gutting of Public Media

53. Viva Palestina! NYC Student Encampments Spark National Rebellion

54. “They’re Making It up as They Go”: Inside the Response to Brazil’s Deadly Floods

55. “Oil for the Few” at Brazil's Export Ports

56. A Strategic Cross-Border Labor Alliance

57. Is Hugo Chávez to Blame for Venezuela’s Collapse?

58. The Far-Right Tide Reaches Uruguay

59. The Young Readers of the Argentine Right

60. Dominican Republic’s Neofascist Paramilitaries Double Down on Right-Wing Repression

61. When the Earth Loses its Stewards

62. “¡Viva la universidad, carajo!” Argentines March in Defense of Public Education

63. Argentine Women Find Collective Solutions to a Punitive Prison System

64. The Violent Politics of Bangladesh’s 2024 Elections

65. Update: US and UK Strikes on Yemen Escalate Tensions

66. The Complexities of the Somaliland-Ethiopia Sea Access Deal

67. Myanmar: Momentum from Operation 1027 Threatens Military Rule

68. Farmer Protests Across Europe

69. Kenya: Women and Lawyers Demonstrate Nationwide

70. Q&A: The Worsening Trend of Violence in Papua New Guinea

71. Violent Escalations in Myanmar’s Rakhine State | ACLED Insight

72. One Year of War in Sudan

73. A Decade After Chibok: Assessing Nigeria’s Regional Response to Boko Haram

74. India Votes 2024: A resurgent Hindu nationalism sets the stage for the upcoming elections, driving communal violence

75. Between violence, geopolitical competition, and the quest for social justice: Chad’s road to elections

76. US Student Pro-Palestine Demonstrations Remain Overwhelmingly Peaceful | ACLED Brief

77. What works for working couples? Work arrangements, maternal labour supply, and the division of home production

78. Red herrings: A model of attention-hijacking by politicians

79. Emile Bustani Middle East Seminar: Gaza: ‘Can Anyone Hear Us?’

80. Starr Forum: China: The Rise and Fall of the EAST

81. Mapping exile: Bridging knowledge and advocating for scholars at risk

82. Dying Abroad: The Political Afterlives of Migration in Europe

83. MIT reflects on COP28

84. RBPI and the Study of IR: Fostering a Multifaceted Platform for Global Dialogue, Debate and Academic Cooperation

85. Domestic regimes and national preferences as factors of regionalism’s crisis. The case of Guatemala’s regional integration policy

86. Spatiotemporal enabling/disabling factors of local agency in peacebuilding processes. Analysis from present time history and critical peace geography

87. “The thing with sexual exploitation”: gender representations and the Brazilian military in an UN peace mission

88. Regionalism and the Agenda 2030: Inequality and Decent Work in Mexico

89. Mercosur and Environment: progress in promoting the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda

90. Regionalism Beyond Land Borders: Strengthening regional integration in Latin America and the Caribbean through blue economy policies

91. South Africa as a Leading Regional Power in Africa? An Analysis of the Implementation of the African Union, Auda-Nepad and Agenda 2063

92. EU-LAC inter-regionalism as a driver to achieve the environmental Sustainable Development Goals

93. Bottom-up regionality and the Sustainable Development Goals: civil society organizations shaping 2030 Agenda implementation in Latin America

94. Why can ASEAN Promote Sustainable Development Cooperation?

95. US Hegemony in Latin America: Think Tanks and the Formation of Consensus about the Chinese Presence

96. How does IR study children? A Brazilian perspective from the field

97. Deep fires and the British strategic posture: does the war in Ukraine validate it?

98. Regional Governance in Latin America: The More the Merrier?

99. The Realist debate in the context of the War in Ukraine: balancing dynamics, international change and strategic calculus

100. Simulations of the United Nations Veto Initiative: Process, Documents, and Prospects for Reform