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1. Far-Right Violence and the American Midterm Elections: Early Warning Signs to Monitor Ahead of the Vote

2. Health and Health Care for Women of Reproductive Age: How the United States Compares with Other High-Income Countries

3. The Causes and Consequences of Refugee Flows: A Contemporary Re-Analysis

4. Fall 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

5. Mental Health Conditions and Substance Use: Comparing U.S. Needs and Treatment Capacity with Those in Other High-Income Countries


7. The effect of recent technological change on US immigration policy

8. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

9. Spring 2021 edition of Strategic Visions

10. Issue 12 of Ìrìnkèrindò

11. The Divide between Economic History and History: From Ideology to Methodology

12. A Policy Matrix for Inclusive Prosperity

13. Majoritarian versus Proportional Representation Voting

14. EfIP Online Panel: A New Macroeconomics?

15. New Directions in Macroeconomics

16. A Movement Between Parliamentary Politics and the Pathway to Violence and Terrorism: Germany’s Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives

17. Radical Right Narratives and Norwegian Counter-narratives in the Decade of Utøya and Bærum Solo-actor Attacks

18. Amidst Anti-COVID Protests, Far-Right Extremists Are Using a New Symbol: An All-Black American Flag

19. AUKUS Security Pact: Setting the Rivalry with China in the Indo-Pacific

20. Economic Conditions and the Rise of Anti-Democratic Extremism

21. Digital Futures for Europe

22. Risk Shocks and Divergence between the Euro Area and the US in the aftermath of the Great Recession

23. China's Civil Nuclear Sector: Plowshares to Swords?

24. New Frontiers for Security Cooperation with Seoul and Tokyo

25. A Roundtable on Lauren Turek, To Bring the Good News to All Nations: Evangelical Influence on Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations

26. A Roundtable on Seth Jacobs, Rogue Diplomats: The Proud Tradition of Disobedience in American Foreign Policy

27. A Roundtable on Christopher Dietrich, A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations

28. A Roundtable on Michael Kimmage, The Abandonment of the West

29. The Academic Jobs Crisis: A Forum

30. Secularism and the Religious Shift in Palestinian Chicago: Implications for Solidarity and Activism

31. Transnational Histories of Palestinian Youth Organizing in the United States

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

33. Framing Violence: US and Chinese State-Funded News Outlets during the Hong Kong Protests

34. Toward an Inclusive & Balanced Regional Order: A New U.S. Strategy in East Asia

35. Toward an Inclusive Security Arrangement in the Persian Gulf

36. The Dominance Dilemma: The American Approach to NATO and its Future

37. Responsible Statecraft Requires Remaking America’s Foreign Relations Tool Kit

38. De-Risking the India Relationship: An Action Agenda for the United States

39. Ending the Threat of War in Ukraine: A Negotiated Solution to the Donbas Conflict and the Crimean Dispute

40. Nothing Much to Do: Why America Can Bring All Troops Home From the Middle East

41. Burn Brightly and Fade Fast: The Story of Sun Records

42. Discounting Gold: Money and Banking in Gold Rush California

43. Media Reporting on International Affairs

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

45. Technological Competition: Can the EU Compete with China?

46. Covid-19 pandemic threatens US elections: The pandemic adds significantly to the risk of a contested result and a constitutional crisis

47. Turbulence in arms control: Open Skies Treaty became a victim of the great power competition

48. Great-power competition and the rising US-China rivalry: Towards a new normal?

49. Trump 2.0 or a first Biden administration? How different worldviews will shape US foreign policy

50. Iran’s foreign policy: Buying time until the US presidential elections

51. Is China preparing to invade Taiwan? The time may be opportune, but the overall situation is not

52. Climate Change in Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans

53. Trump, the Middle East, and North Africa: Just Leave Things to the Proxies?

54. Beyond Corona: Getting EU Economic Security Right

55. Post-workshop Briefing Paper: Preventing a COVID-19 Crisis in Africa

56. The Economic Consequences of Globalisation in the United States

57. Exploring India's Strategic Futures

58. Charting a New Course: Women, Peace and Security, and the Maritime Domain

59. Advancing Gender Integration into Global Fragility Act Country Strategies

60. Security for All: Applying the Women, Peace and Security Lens to the COVID-19 Pandemic Response in the U.S.

61. Maternal Mortality and Maternity Care in the United States Compared to 10 Other Developed Countries

62. Do Americans Face Greater Mental Health and Economic Consequences from COVID-19? Comparing the U.S. with Other High-Income Countries

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

64. U.S. Health Care from a Global Perspective, 2019: Higher Spending, Worse Outcomes?

65. Inclusive American Economic History: Containing Slaves, Freedmen, Jim Crow Laws, and the Great Migration

66. Restraining Ourselves: Helping by Not Hurting

67. China Global Security Tracker, No.6

68. GERMANY ON THEIR MINDS German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, 1938–1988


70. Considering the "Zero Option"

71. International Intellectual Property after the New NAFTA

72. Competing in Artificial Intelligence Chips: China’s Challenge amid Technology War

73. Toward a Robust Architecture for the Regulation of Data and Digital Trade

74. Data Is Dangerous: Comparing the Risks That the United States, Canada and Germany See in Data Troves

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

76. Talking Points for the Top National Security Issues of 2020


78. The franchise, policing, and race: Evidence from arrests data and the Voting Rights Act

79. The safest time to fly: Pandemic response in the era of Fox News

80. In the Shadow of Justice: An Interview with Katrina Forrester

81. Global Ukrainian Studies in the Making: An Interview with Serhii Plokhy

82. Key Ingredient in Army Leader Development: Graduate School

83. Toward a Discursive Approach to Growth Models Social Blocs in the Politics of Digital Transformation

84. A Roundtable on Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Do Morals Matter?: Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump

85. The United States and the World Health Organization

86. A Roundtable on Daniel Bessner and Fredrik Logevall, “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations”

87. Roundtable on Timothy J. Lynch, In the Shadow of the Cold War: American Foreign Policy from George Bush Sr. to Donald Trump

88. Iran Sanctions: The View From Iran

89. Artificial Intelligence Is Already Transforming the Alliance: It’s Time for NATO and the EU to Catch Up

90. Stronger Together: NATO’s Evolving Approach toward China

91. Spring 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

92. Brothers in Arms and Faith? The Emerging US-Central and Eastern Europe ‘Special Relationship’

93. Terrorism in Afghanistan: A Joint Threat Assessment

94. 11th U.S.-China High-Level Political Party Leaders Dialogue

95. On Sovereignties and Solidarities

96. Empathic Humanitarianism: Understanding the Motivations behind Humanitarian Work with Migrants at the US–Mexico Border

97. Reverse Migration to Mexico Led to US Undocumented Population Decline: 2010 to 2018

98. What’s Wrong with Temporary Protected Status and How to Fix It: Exploring a Complementary Protection Regime

99. The Use of Executive Orders and Proclamations to Create Immigration Policy: Trump in Historical Perspective

100. Reconsidering US Nuclear Cooperation Agreements