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1. The Russian-Ukrainian War: An Opportunity to Strengthen the AfCFTA

2. Reach for the Stars: Bridging Italy’s Potential in Space with Its Foreign and Security Policy

3. The Default Policy Option: Chaos

4. Pakistan Security Report 2022

5. Crisis and Bargaining Over Ukraine: A New US-Russia Security Order?

6. What’s Next? Experts Respond to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

7. Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: Reflections on Historical and Psychological Dimensions

8. The Parallels of Russian Bellicosity in the Balkans in the Example of Ukraine

9. Russia’s War on Ukraine: A New Phase

10. Radioactive Consequences of a War in Ukraine

11. Present Danger: Nuclear Power Plants in War

12. Blocking the Gateways to Nuclear Disorder in the Middle East

13. Arresting Nuclear Adventurism: China, Article VI, and the NPT

14. Keeping Secrets

15. The Russian Soldiers’ Question Revisited

16. Mobilizing Against Russia? Some Reflections on the Security Deadlock Called Ukraine

17. The War against Ukraine and European Defence: When will we square the circle?

18. Russian Spring 2022 Recruitment Cycle

19. Tanks versus Banks: Russian Military versus EU Geoeconomic Power

20. Putin Is Creating the Multipolar World He (Thought He) Wanted

21. Russia’s shifting foreign and security policy in Northern Europe: The new geopolitical meaning of ‘good neighbourliness’

22. A policy agenda for Finland’s entry into NATO: From ‘one for one’ to ‘one for all’

23. US global security partnerships in the Biden era: Twilight or regeneration?

24. Global South Perspectives on a Global Ban on Nuclear Weapons: A Comparative Approach

25. The Last Word: Zelensky Wags the Dog, But Slowly

26. They melted down our tanks, we are creating the strongest power in the region – militarist narratives serving the purpose of state capturing

27. Stop Fighting Blind: Better Use-of-Force Oversight in the U.S. Congress

28. Avoiding a Return to War in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

29. Syria: Ruling over Aleppo’s Ruins

30. The Iran Nuclear Deal at Six: Now or Never

31. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept: Matching Ambition with Reality

32. European Security Management at the National Level. A Comparative Analysis of Strategies for the Development of Defence Capability in the United Kingdom and Poland

33. COVID-19 as a Green Light for the Regeneration of ISIS’ Forces in North-East Syria

34. Exploratory Study upon Military Leadership in the 21st Century. What Are Skills and Knowledge Required for Leadership Success?

35. The Russian Federation Dominance in the International Security Environment

36. Export Control and Emerging Technology Control in an Era of Strategic Competition

37. Everything Counts: Building a Control Regime for Nonstrategic Nuclear Warheads in Europe

38. Reframing U.S. Military Strategy Toward Africa

39. China’s Antarctic Ambitions – and Their Implications for Australia

40. Strengthening Sahelian Counterinsurgency Strategy

41. PLAN E: A Grand Strategy for the Twenty-first Century Era of Entangled Security and Hyperthreats

42. The Cyber Sea: Conflict and Security

43. The Black Sea Thread in Russian Foreign Policy and How the United States Can Respond

44. Allies through Thick and Thin: U.S. Navy Strategic Communication, 1986-1994, in Transatlantic Context

45. Ukraine and China: Russian Invasion and After

46. The Implications of the Ukraine War for Israel

47. Vienna: A return to Ben-Gurion’s WW2 Dual Strategy?

48. Ukraine could have Repercussions for Syrian Regime, Israel

49. The “New Uzbekistan”: Turkey’s New Partner in the Pan-Turkist Organization of Turkic States

50. Japan and the War in Ukraine