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1. The international financial system after COVID-19

2. WTO 2025: Getting back to the negotiating table

3. Policy Papers by Women of Color: Decolonizing International Development

4. Changes, Challenges and Implications of Fiscal and Monetary Policy Directions in the Post Pandemic Era

5. COVID-19 and Global Value Chain

6. Immigrants and COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

7. Coming Together or Coming Apart? A New Phase of International Cooperation on Migration

8. Spring 2022 edition of Strategic Visions

9. Patents, Pandemics, and the Private Sector: The Battle Over Public Health Norms During COVID-19

10. South Korea's Public Diplomacy during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Seeking Status as an Authority in Global Governance

11. Dividing up Covid-19 vaccine: distribution based on countries’ weight

12. Global Supply Chains: Compete, Don’t Retreat

13. Global Health Governance Post COVID-19: Time for a Hierarchical Order?

14. Are we facing a wave of conflict in high-income countries?

15. How can we work towards economic recovery for all? Financing for Development: the issues, challenges, and opportunities in 2021

16. Mental Health and Psychosocial Support to Sustain Peace: Four Areas to Explore for Improving Practice

17. Reclaiming the Right to the City

18. Populism and COVID19: How Populist Governments (Mis)Handle the Pandemic

19. The Impact of COVID-19 on CSDP: Forging Opportunity out of Crisis?

20. Inequality, Lockdown, and COVID-19: Unequal Societies Struggle to Contain the Virus

21. Solidarity Taxes in the Context of Economic Recovery Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

22. Essential Workers

23. Volume 71 Issue 1

24. The Remittance Effect: A Lifeline for Developing Economies Through The Pandemic and into Recovery

25. The Socio-Psychological Dynamics of Conspiracy Theories: Is “Q” a Warning Sign for the Future?

26. Technical Difficulties of Contact Tracing

27. The Government Technology Silver Bullet: Hiring In-House Technical Talent

28. First Response: Initial COVID-19 Actions from the IIENetwork

29. COVID-19 Effects on US Higher Education Campuses Report 4

30. International Student Mobility Flows and COVID-19 Realities

31. Freeing Fiscal Space: A human rights imperative in response to COVID-19

32. How to rein in fossil fuel subsidies ? Towards a New WTO Regime

33. COVID-19 and Conservation: Crisis Response Strategies that Benefit People and Nature

34. COVID-19 and the Global Vaccine Race

35. Financing Infrastructure Investments for Local Communities

36. Covid-19 and the Danger of Self-sufficiency: How Europe’s Pandemic Resilience was Helped by an Open Economy

37. How Middle-Power Democracies Can Help Renovate Global Democracy Support

38. International Society and Its Institutions in Refugee Protection during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Revisiting the Solidarism/Pluralism Debate in English School

39. Locked Down, Lashing Out: Situational Triggers and Hateful Behavior Towards Minority Ethnic Immigrants

40. The evolving gender gap in labor force participation during COVID-19

41. Not Just Advantages. What Are the Dangers Behind Digitalisation?

42. SDG Zero? A People-Centered Approach to Universal Connectivity

43. Gender Gaps in Employment, Wages, and Work Hours: Assessment of COVID-19 Implications

44. COVID-19's Impact on the Environment and Sustainability The Triple-R (Response, Recovery, Redesign) Proposal

45. Rethinking Human Security amid the Coronavirus Crisis: Thoughts on Japan's Contributions During and After the Pandemic

46. Blending the physical and virtual: a hybrid model for the future of work

47. Reducing mobility of SARS-CoV-2 variants to safeguard containment

48. Covid-19’s Not Through With Us Yet

49. An Uneven Global Rebound Will Challenge Emerging-Market and Developing Economies

50. Digital agreements: What’s covered, what’s possible

51. The political economy of pandemic preparedness and effectiveness

52. How COVID-19 medical supply shortages led to extraordinary trade and industrial policy

53. How COVID-19 vaccine supply chains emerged in the midst of a pandemic

54. Lessons for the Age of Consequences: COVID-19 and the Macroeconomy

55. Solidarity during Covid-19 at national, regional and global levels: An enabler for improved global pandemic security and governance

56. Covid-19 Effects on Peace and Conflict Dynamics: The Need for Prevention Prevails

57. Will Only a Green Power Remain a Great Power?

58. Democracy in a Post-Covid World

59. The post-Covid city: the ongoing spatial and technological reconfiguration in China and the world

60. The Terrorist Threat Forecast in 2021

61. The Global Economic Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Second Wave and Policy Implications

62. Free Trade Agreements and the Movement of Business People

63. Impact of COVID-19 on Armed Forces

64. Impact of COVID-19 on Ombuds Institutions for the Armed Forces

65. Digitization in the Era of Coronavirus – A Review

66. Lockdown Fatigue: The Diminishing Effects of Quarantines on the Spread of COVID-19

67. Transitions in Global Health Diplomacy: Views of Donors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

68. Pandemic Preparedness: A Conversation with Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo (Interviewed by Dana Hatic)

69. Post-Covid Security Landscape: A Conversation with Raffaelo Pantucci

70. Thinking Beyond the Pandemic: Monetary Policy Challenges in the Medium- to Long-Term

71. PTSS Virtual Global Alumni Community of Interest Workshop: The Impact of the COVID–19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counterterrorism

72. Disinformation as a threat to national security on the example of the COVID-19 pandemics

73. Notes on Covid-19, Potential GDP, and Hysteresis

74. Financialisation Reinforced: The Enduring Legacy of the Covid Pandemic

75. Addressing the Challenges of Digital Lending for Credit Markets and Financial Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

76. Export Curbs on Essential Goods in the Wake of COVID-19 and the Least Developed Countries: Permanent Scarring from a Temporary Outburst

77. Does COVID-19 Change the Long-Term Prospects of Latecomer Industrialisation?

78. Global Access to COVID-19 Vaccines: Challenges in Production, Affordability, Distribution and Utilisation

79. The Transformative Capacity of Transnational and Transdisciplinary Networks and the Potential of Alumni Work

80. Peace and Security 2025

81. Civil Society and the Global Pandemic: Building Back Different?

82. TRIPS-Past to TRIPS-Plus: Upholding the Balance between Exclusivity and Access

83. 2020 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention: Rapporteur's Report

84. The Future of Mass Atrocities and Atrocity Prevention: Report from the 2020 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention

85. COVID-19 and the Exacerbation of Gender Inequality: How the Pandemic Disproportionately Affected Women around the World

86. Solidarity in Isolation? Social Cohesion at a Time of Physical Distance

87. Future Scenarios for Global Mobility in the Shadow of Pandemic

88. Self-Determination and Sea-Level Rise

89. Covid–19 and the media

90. ACLED 2020: The Year in Review

91. A Year of COVID-19

92. Strengthening Prevention with Better Anticipation: COVID-19 and Beyond

93. Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses (CTTA) – Volume 12 Issue 03: COVID-19 and Terrorism

94. The Coronavirus Crisis: Origins and the Way Forward

95. June 2020 Issue

96. COVID-19 Incidence and the Timing of Quarantine Measures and Travel Restrictions: A Cross-country Analysis

97. Bundled-Payment Models Around the World: How They Work and What Their Impact Has Been

98. The World Health Organization: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Transnational Law

99. Horrible Trade-offs in a Pandemic: Lockdowns, Transfers, Fiscal Space, and Compliance

100. Doing Development Better