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1. The NewSpace market: Capital, control, and commercialization

2. Impact of economic sanctions on net commodity-producing and net commodity-consuming countries

3. Trade Balances and International Competitiveness in Cyber-physical, Digital Task-intensive, ICT Capital-intensive and Traditional Industries

4. China as an International Lender of Last Resort

5. Rewriting the Future of America’s Maritime Industry to Compete with China

6. Digitalization of Special Economic Zones in China

7. Economic Security in Emerging Markets: A Look at India, Vietnam, and Indonesia

8. U.S. Strategy: Rebalancing Global Energy between Europe, Russia, and Asia and U.S. Security Policy in the Middle East and the Gulf

9. Green New Deal for Carbon-neutrality and Open Trade Policy in Korea

10. The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and Digital Trade in Southeast Asia

11. Securing Asia’s Subsea Network U.S. Interests and Strategic Options

12. Beyond Geopolitics: A Geoeconomic Perspective of China-Iran Belt and Road Initiative Relations

13. Assessing the Effects of Trade Liberalization With Third Countries: The Case of the Eurasian Economic Union

14. China's Geo-Economic Interest in Africa: A Short Overview

15. Cutting through the Value Chain: The Long-Run Effects of Decoupling the East from the West

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

17. New Dynamism in ASEAN and East Asia: The Role of the RCEP as a ‘Living’ Agreement

18. The Indo-Pacific Partnership and Digital Trade Rule Setting: Policy Proposals

19. Japan and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

20. RCEP Services Liberalisation: Key Features and Implications

21. International Production Network in the Next Generation and the Role of RCEP

22. Potential Impact of RCEP and Structural Transformation on Cambodia

23. The Implications of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for Asian Regional Architecture

24. Restrictiveness of RCEP Rules of Origin: Implications for Global Value Chains in East Asia

25. Centrality and Community: ASEAN in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

26. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Economic Backgrounds of ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners

27. Trade Facilitation in RCEP Countries

28. Comparison of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and Other Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)

29. Australia’s Interests in East Asia’s Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

30. Changes in Trade and Investment Policies in Thailand and the Implications for Medium-term Growth

31. What Determines Interfirm Trade Credit? Empirical Evidence from the ASEAN

32. Biden, Israel, and China: Making a Difficult Threesome Work

33. Is South Korea vulnerable to EU and US carbon border restrictions?

34. Public responses to foreign protectionism: Evidence from the US-China trade war

35. The Evolution of the Global Trading System: How the Rise of Asia and Next Generation Trade Will Shape the Future Economy

36. Brothers in arms: The value of coalitions in sanctions regimes

37. Trade and Supply Chain Issues for Taiwan and Australia

38. China's Belt and Road: Implications for the United States

39. ‘Community of Common Destiny’ as Post-Western Regionalism: Rethinking China’s Belt and Road Initiative from a Confucian Perspective

40. Gains Associated with Linking the EU and Chinese ETS under Different Assumptions on Restrictions, Allowance Endowments, and international Trade

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

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

43. Institutional Quality, Trade Openness and Economic Growth in South Asian Economies: Some New Insights from a Panel Data Analysis

44. The COVID-19 Pandemic and the World Trade Network

45. The COVID-19 Pandemic, Air Transport Perturbation, and Sector Impacts in ASEAN Plus Five: A Multiregional Input–Output Inoperability Analysis

46. Facilitating Trade in Pharmaceuticals: A Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

47. East Asian Production Networks Amidst the COVID-19 Shock

48. The Effect of Non-Tariff Measures on Global Value Chain Participation

49. The Effects of SPSs and TBTs on Innovation: Evidence from Exporting Firms in Viet Nam

50. Potential for India’s Entry into Factory Asia: Some Casual Findings from International Trade Data

51. Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Recasting Global Value Chains in East Asia?

52. East Asian Integration and Its Main Challenge: NTMs in Australia, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and New Zealand

53. Feeling the Pulse of Global Value Chains: Air Cargo and COVID-19

54. Exploring Digital Economic Agreements to Promote Digital Connectivity in ASEAN

55. Technical Barriers to Trade and the Performance of Indian Exporters

56. Effective Rates of Protection in a World With Non-Tariff Measures and Supply Chains: Evidence from ASEAN

57. Reconciling Tax and Trade Rules in the Digitalised Economy: Challenges for ASEAN and East Asia

58. The EU–China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment: Lessons Learnt for Indonesia

59. COVID-19, Air Transportation, and International Trade in the ASEAN+5 Region

60. The Trade Restrictiveness Index and Its Impact on Trade Performance in Selected East Asian Countries

61. Regulatory Distance, Margins of Trade, and Regional Integration: The Case of the ASEAN+5

62. Robustness and Resilience of Supply Chains During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from a Questionnaire Survey on the Supply Chain Links of Firms in ASEAN and India

63. China's Ties with Southeast Asia : From Green Shoots to Sustained Recovery

64. What Is Drawing Xi’s China and Lukashenko’s Belarus Closer?

65. Volume 71 Issue 2

66. The Clash of Japan’s FOIP and China’s BRI?

67. Revisiting the Us-china Trade War: A Strategic Assessment

68. Revitalization of Maritime Silk Road Based on the Security Implications and Cooperation

69. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

70. Hydrocarbon Energy Complexes Central Eurasian Keystone Triangles

71. The Strategic Benefits of the Southern Gas Corridor

72. Beijing’s Long Way to the Gulf Region Oil, Security, Geopolitics

73. Development or Regression? Eurasia’s Investment Attractiveness

74. Economic Cracks in the Great Wall of China: Is China's Current Economic Model Sustainable?