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1. How Authoritarian Regimes Counter International Sanctions Pressure

2. What Works in Conflict Prevention?

3. INFORMING GLOBAL HEALTH DIPLOMACY: EXAMINING HEALTH AND PEACE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GLOBAL BURDEN OF DISEASE

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

5. Stepping Up Our Climate Diplomacy

6. How Climate Diplomacy is a Pillar of Efforts to Address Climate Change

7. The Role of US Diplomacy in a Changing World

8. The Importance of the English Language in Public Diplomacy and International Relations

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

10. The Strategic Implications of the Tashkent Conference

11. Building Bridges between Dependency Theory and Neo-Gramscian Critical Theory: The Agency-Structure Relation as a Starting Point

12. Lessons from E10 Engagement on the Security Council

13. Foresight and its application in ministries of foreign affairs

14. What should leaders focus on during the United Nations General Assembly High-level week 2022 to help restore some popular trust in international collective action and multilateralism?

15. Fall 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

16. Kyoto-2: The Lame Duck of West European Climate Diplomacy: Lessons Learned From the International Climate Process

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

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

19. The Interactions of International Relations: Racism, Colonialism, Producer-Centred Research

20. Changing Alliance Structures

21. Pugwash Note on Nuclear Arms Control and Disarmament

22. The Digital Technology Agenda at the Summit for Democracy

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

24. Handbook on the Prevention and Resolution of Self-Determination Conflicts

25. Nuclear Challenges for the New U.S. Presidential Administration: The First 100 Days and Beyond

26. Broadening Opportunities for Study Abroad: U.S. Government Funded Scholarship Programs

27. Towards a Better Understanding of Climate Security Practices

28. COVID-19 and the Global Vaccine Race

29. Treaty Allies Matter for US Foreign Policy Experts—but They Are Not Indispensable

30. Climate of cooperation: How the EU can help deliver a green grand bargain

31. The Final Stretch: Tackling Remaining HEU Challenges

32. Getting the Balance Right: Refining the Strategic Application of Nonproliferation Sanctions

33. When Anarchy Spills Across Borders

34. A Collapsing World?

35. Multilateral Training and Work at Foreign Ministries

36. Making Change Happen Within the United Nations

37. Promoting Peace and Prosperity Through the United Nations

38. Can the U.S. Still Be an Example to the World?

39. The Impact of Climate Change on U.S. Foreign Policy and the National Interest

40. Is Diplomacy Back? Making the Case to the American People

41. Protecting Democracy: The Relevance of International Democracy Promotion for Term Limits

42. Baku Dialogues

43. What Do Energy Sanctions Say About the World?

44. The Helsinki Process and its applicability: Towards regional security-building in the Persian Gulf

45. The Influence of Diplomacy on Controversies: A Comparative Study Between Diplomatic Mediation and Armed Conflict

46. Tracking and Assessing Governance and Management Reform in the Nuclear Security Enterprise

47. Doing Development Better

48. Strengthening the Relationship Between Embassies and U.S. Special Operations Forces: Part 1, the Current Environment

49. Strengthening the Relationship Between Embassies and U.S. Special Operations Forces: Part 2, Five USSOF–Embassy Truths

50. Broadening the Foreign Service: The Role of Diplomats in Residence

51. International Opinion of the U.S. Slides from Respect to Pity

52. Aligning Venus and Mars: Striking the Appropriate Balance Between Diplomacy and Defense in International Affairs

53. The Cardinal Sins of Diplomatic Political Analysis

54. THE DIPLOMATIC BURDEN OF COVID-19

55. Post-INF Arms Control in the Asia-Pacific: Political Viability and Implementation Challenges

56. The Future of Nuclear Arms Control: Time for an Update

57. American Diplomacy and the Fight Against Authoritarianism

58. COVID-19 and Global Health Diplomacy: Can Asia Rise to the Challenge?

59. Can You Hear Me? Taking Mediation Online: Reflections from Practice

60. Conducting City Diplomacy: A Survey of International Engagement in 47 Cities

61. Central Bank Digital Currencies: Tools for an Inclusive Future?

62. A Guide to Canadian Diplomatic Relations 1925-2019

63. Recognition of National Football Federations and the Diplomatic Role of FIFA

64. The Future of Mediation in the Post-COVID World

65. he Importance of Gender Parity in the UN’s Efforts on International Peace and Security

66. Diplomacy: The Future is Female (Full Journal Issue)

67. Is the Future of Foreign Policy Feminist?

68. Seizing the Moment? The U.S. Strategy for Women, Peace and Security

69. Action for Peacekeeping: One Year into the Implementation of the Declaration of Shared Commitments

70. Resist Erosion of NPT to Rid the World of Atomic Bombs

71. The Rise of Metropolitanism: The International Order and Sub-national Actors

72. Leading the free world: How America benefits

73. The Aid Effectiveness Agenda: Past experiences and future prospects

74. Armed Non-Satate Actors Need to be Included in Pragmatic Peacebuilding

75. An Analysis of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Light of its Form as a Framework Agreement

76. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW): A further Step Regarding the Unlawfulness of the Use of Nuclear Weapons / Tratado sobre la Prohibición de las Armas Nucleares (TPAN): un paso más en la ilicitud del empleo del arma nuclear

77. Spring 2019 edition of Strategic Visions

78. Preventive Diplomacy: The Vanguard of Multilateralism

79. What Is “Country Ownership”? A Formal Exploration of the Aid Relationship

80. The “22 vs. 50” Diplomatic Split Between the West and China Over Xinjiang and Human Rights

81. Coping with Surprise in Great Power Conflicts

82. Climate Change: Conflict and Cooperation (Full Issue)

83. Discussing Climate Change Action with Former Swiss Ambassador Therese Adam

84. Business and Private Diplomacy:A Potential Catalyst for Sustainable Peace

85. Art of Economic Statecraft: When Pain Matters

86. Addressing Controversial Topics in Public Diplomacy

87. Financing Armed Groups During Ceasefires

88. U.S. Energy Diplomacy

89. Imran Khan CPEC Diplomacy: Remodelling Trade Politics between Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia and China

90. Spring 2018 edition of Strategic Visions

91. Arms Control as Uncertainty Management

92. The New Arctic: Navigating the Realities, Possibilities, and Problems

93. The Nuclear Security Summits: An Overview of State Actions to Curb Nuclear Terrorism 2010–2016

94. Defence diplomacy – an important tool for the implementation of foreign policy and security of the state

95. Notion of strategic national security management

96. “Stress Testing” the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

97. New York consultation on The Ban Treaty and the problem of hosting nuclear weapons belonging to other states

98. The Humanity at a Crossroads - Prohibition or Continued Reliance on Nukes?

99. Military Statecraft and the Use of Multinational Exercises in World Politics

100. Regional Parliamentary Institutions: Diffusion of a Global Parliamentary Organizational Design?