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1. Analysis of Chinese Response Patterns to Diplomatic Friction and Its Influencing Factors

2. Arctic: Toward the End of the Exception? Strategic, Nuclear and Maritime Issues in the Region

3. Towards Guanxi? Reconciling the “Relational Turn” in Western and Chinese International Relations Scholarship

4. Taking the low road: China's influence in Australian states and territories

5. US-China Mutual Vulnerability: Perspectives on the Debate

6. Ukraine: Toward a Prolonged War of Attrition Fuelling Great Power Competition

7. China’s increased presence in Latin America: Win-win relations or a new dependency? A state of the art

8. Cross-Strait and U.S.-Taiwan Relations from the Kuomintang Point of View

9. Russia in the Indo-Pacific: Perspectives from China, Russia, and the United States

10. Understanding and Countering China's Approach to Economic Decoupling from the United States

11. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

12. China Makes a Move in the Middle East: How Far Will Sino-Arab Strategic Rapprochement Go?

13. An International Lifeline: Taiwan’s Parliamentary Outreach

14. What now for Australia-China relations?

15. Xi Jinping’s Evergrande Dilemma

16. Winning the Geo-Tech Battle and Building the Quad Alliance in the Indo-Pacific

17. Regaining the Digital Advantage: A Demand-Focused Strategy for US Microelectronics Competitiveness

18. China’s Gambit for Total Information Dominance: A US-Australia Response

19. Europe's China Chimera

20. A US-India Trade Agenda for the Biden Administration

21. Transforming the Middle East: The Origins, Impact, and Evolution of the Abraham Accords

22. How China Regards its Future in the World

23. China’s grand industrial strategy and what it means for Europe

24. Tangled Threats: Integrating U.S. Strategies toward China and North Korea

25. Partners, Competitors, or a Little of Both? Russia and China in the Arctic

26. Is America Really Back?

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

28. A Principled Middle Power Diplomacy Approach For South Korea to Navigate the U.S.-China Rivalry

29. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: How Should South Korea Manage its Relations with the United States and China?

30. The Sino–U.S. National Identity Gap and Bilateral Relations

31. China, ASEAN, and the Covid-19 Pandemic

32. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Gamechanger in the Indo-Pacific: The View from China

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

34. Hun Sen's Mistake? The Domestic Political Ramifications of His Chinese Shelter

35. Strategic Foresight in Chin: The other missing dimension

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

37. Shaping the Indo-Pacific? Japan and Europeanisation

38. Hedging as a Survival Strategy for Small States: The Case of Kuwait

39. Tianxia (All-Under-Heaven): An Alternative System or a Rose by another Name?

40. North Korea’s Energy Crisis: What Are the Problems?

41. The China Challenge Prompts Recovery of a Strained ROK-Japan Relations: Analyzing ROK-Japan Relations Through the 9th Joint Korea-Japan Public Opinion Survey

42. Is Serbia Still a Troublemaker in the Balkans?

43. More Harm than Good: Why Chinese Sanctions over THAAD have Backfired

44. The Opportunity is There: South Koreans’ Views of China and the Future of the US-ROK Alliance

45. Opciones estratégicas de Rusia desde la óptica del neorrealismo ofensivo

46. Leveraging Submarine Cables for Political Gain: U.S. Responses to Chinese Strategy

47. Catalyzing India’s Climate Ambition

48. A Rising or Ebbing Tide: Do Chinese Students Still Want to Study in the U.S.?

49. The Impact of the Repression in Xinjiang on China’s Relations with Other Countries

50. The Vision Group on U.S.-ROK Relations: Insights and Recommendations

51. Limits of Public Diplomacy and Soft Power: Lessons from the THAAD Dispute for South Korea's Foreign Policy

52. The Silence of non-Western International Relations Theory as a Camouflage Strategy: The Trauma of Qing China and the Late Ottoman Empire

53. Answering Beijing’s Growing Assertiveness beyond the Senkakus: Balancing Japan-China Relations

54. Strategic Annual Report 2020

55. Can China Practice Major Power Diplomacy in the Middle East?

56. U.S. Trade Policy toward China: Learning the Right Lessons

57. EU-China Engagement in Humanitarian Aid: Different Approaches, Shared Interests?

58. China’s Influence in South Asia: Vulnerabilities and Resilience in Four Countries

59. The policy of the People’s Republic of China towards Central and Eastern Europe in 2012-2020

60. The Interests of Global Powers in the Mediterranean and Israeli Policies

61. Gender and Migration from North Korea

62. Staring Into the Abyss of US-China Decoupling

63. Gulf Security: The Arab Gulf States Have No Good Options

64. Coronavirus, China, and the Middle East

65. A New Horizon for the Korea-India Strategic and Sustainable Partnership under Korea's New Southern Policy

66. Framing an Indo-Pacific Narrative in India-South Korea Ties

67. China, Africa and the WHO : a challenge for post covid19 multilateralism


69. Commerce and Conflict: Navigating Myanmar’s China Relationship

70. China and the EU in the Western Balkans: A zero-sum game?

71. China's Pandemic Diplomacy

72. US Experts Consider China a Shifting and India a Stable Friend to Russia

73. US Experts Anticipate Future Decline for Russia Among the Great Powers

74. Implications of the Proposed China-Iran deal for India

75. Prospects for India-Taiwan Relations

76. The new China consensus: How Europe is growing wary of Beijing

77. Together in trauma: Europeans and the world after covid-19

78. Challenges in the Transatlantic Partnership: Are We Drifting Apart?

79. Recalibrating US-Africa Policy

80. The two Koreas´ Relations with China: Vision and Challenge

81. Climate superpowers: How the EU and China can compete and cooperate for a green future

82. All Hands on Deck: the Crisis in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Need for US Leadership

83. China in the COVID world: continued challenges for a rising power

84. The Swiss Model vs. Swedish Model in Dealing with China

85. Combating China’s COVID-19 Propaganda Offensive to Undermine the United States on the Global Stage

86. A Global Survey of US-China Competition in the Coronavirus Era

87. Boosting Taiwan’s Economic Status is Good Strategy, Economics, and Domestic Policy

88. Double-Edged Aid: China’s Strategy to Gain Influence through Regional Assistance

89. The “China Dream” and the African Reality: The Role of Ideology in PRC-Africa Relations

90. Addressing the Sino-Russian Challenge

91. Dangerous Synergies Countering Chinese and Russian Digital Influence Operations

92. Exploring India's Strategic Futures

93. U.S.-China Relations and the Need for Continued Public Diplomacy

94. China-U.K. Relations Grow More Strained Over Huawei and Hong Kong

95. On the Value of Nuclear Dialogue with China

96. China-Venezuela Relations in the Twenty-First Century: From Overconfidence to Uncertainty

97. China’s Response to Sudan’s Political Transition

98. The Middle East in an Era of Great Power Competition

99. At a Crossroads? China-India Nuclear Relations After the Border Clash

100. The Implications of the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor for Pakistan–European Union Relations