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1. UK-EU Relations Tracker Q3

2. A battle against time – and against Putin’s Russia

3. How Sweden Can Use its EU Presidency to Build the Civilian Security Dimension of the Eastern Partnership

4. EU Energy Security & the Maghreb

5. Russia’s Aggression Against Ukraine: Concept, Ideology, Objectives, Means, Consequences

6. European Security and Defence: Don’t Get Your Hopes Up Just Yet

7. Turkey vis-à-vis Russia’s War against Ukraine

8. Italy’s Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

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

10. Small-scale LNG in the Euro-Mediterranean: A Contribution to the Decarbonisation of the Maritime Sector

11. Fossil Fuel Industry Phase-Out and Just Transition: Designing Policies to Protect Workers’ Living Standards

12. The Future of EU Blended Finance and Guarantees: An Assessment of Cooperation Strategies with Least Developed Countries in Africa

13. Beyond European extraterritoriality, for legal intelligence and compliance in the service of sovereignty: A response to the extraterritoriality of foreign laws to safeguard fundamental European values

14. European energy solidarity: strengthening the EU’s crisibility

15. Can the EU still wrest the Balkans from their blighted history?

16. Geopolitical and Technocratic: EU International Actorness and Anne PINTSCH Russia’s War Against Ukraine

17. Gender equality in Europe: a still imperfect model in the world

18. Rule of law: the uncertain gamble on conditionality

19. The European Union and the war in Ukraine: the liberal power and its limits

20. Digital Sovereignty: For a Schuman Data Plan

21. The Strategic Repositioning of LNG: Implications for Key Trade Routes and Choke Points

22. China/United States: Europe off Balance

23. Higher Renewable Energy Targets in Germany: How Will the Industry Benefit?

24. Digital Sovereignty: European Policies, American Dilemmas

25. How the War in Ukraine is Changing the Space Game

26. The Europeanisation of the Energy Transition in Central and Eastern EU Countries: An Uphill Battle that Can Be Won

27. European Democracy Support Annual Review 2022

28. Leveraging Lives: Serbia and Illegal Tunisian Migration to Europe

29. Rethinking the EU’s Approach to Women’s Rights in Iran

30. Why the proposed Brussels buyers club to procure critical minerals is a bad idea

31. The international tax agreement of 2021: Why it’s needed, what it does, and what comes next?

32. Industrial policy for electric vehicle supply chains and the US-EU fight over the Inflation Reduction Act

33. The NewSpace market: Capital, control, and commercialization

34. Integrating US and allied capabilities to ensure security in space

35. Beyond launch: Harnessing allied space capabilities for exploration purposes

36. Authoritarian kleptocrats are thriving on the West’s failures. Can they be stopped?

37. Building Resilience? The Cybersecurity, Economic & Trade Impacts of Cloud Immunity Requirements

38. The Economic Dividend of Competitiveness

39. Building a Mature UK Trade Policy

40. In Support of Market-Driven Standards

41. What is Wrong with Europe’s Shattered Single Market? – Lessons from Policy Fragmentation and Misdirected Approaches to EU Competition Policy

42. Reforming Standard Essential Patents: Trade, Specialisation, and International Jurisprudence

43. Strategic Autonomy and the Competitiveness of Europe’s Innovative Pharmaceutical Sector: A Wake-up Call

44. Trade and Competitiveness: Putting the Firm at the Centre of the Analysis

45. Increasing Systemic Legal Risks in the EU: The Economic Impacts of Changes to the EU’s Product Liability Legislation

46. Erdoğan's Re-election as President Raises Concerns among Allies

47. EU-South Korea Extend Cooperation Beyond the Economy

48. EU Development Cooperation Policy Shifts from Charity to Self-interest

49. Using Frozen Russian Assets to Rebuild Ukraine: Possibilities for the EU

50. Businesses, EU Strengthening International Supply Chains

51. Triggering the Rule-of-Law Conditionality Mechanism against Hungary

52. Refugees from Ukraine Adapting to the European Labour Market

53. China Adapts Policy in Response to Russia's Aggression Against Ukraine

54. With Charisma, Stick, and Carrot: Reviewing the Effectiveness of EU Climate Diplomacy

55. EU Seeks Greater Transparency in Wake of EP Corruption Scandal

56. EU Member States Take a Position on the Emigration of Russians

57. Member States Seek to Unmask Russian Espionage in the EU

58. Europe and Russia on the Balkan Front. Geopolitics and Diplomacy in the EU’s Backyard

59. Section 232 reloaded: the false promise of the transatlantic ‘climate club’ for steel and aluminium

60. What should be done about Google’s quasi-monopoly in search? Mandatory data sharing versus AI-driven technological competition

61. What would Europeans want a European defence union to look like?

62. China’s quest for innovation: progress and bottlenecks

63. Antitrust issues raised by answer engines

64. Global trends in countries‘ perceptions of the Belt and Road Initiative

65. Pro- and anti-competitive provisions in the proposed European Union Data Act

66. The EU can manage without Russian liquified natural gas

67. Rebooting the European Union’s Net Zero Industry Act

68. Can Chinese growth defy gravity?

69. The rising cost of European Union borrowing and what to do about it

70. Adjusting to the energy shock: the right policies for European industry

71. The longer-term fiscal challenges facing the European Union

72. The potential of sovereign sustainability-linked bonds in the drive for net-zero

73. Phased European Union electricity market reform

74. How Europe should answer the US Inflation Reduction Act

75. From East to North: New Frontiers for the EU-NATO Arctic Defence

76. A "Civil Association" Between the European Union and Russia

77. How to rebuild Europe’s security architecture?

78. Western Balkans’ Horizon 2023 – New uncertainties in a changed geopolitical setting

79. Continuities and Ruptures in the EU’s Border and Migration Control Regime

80. The third EU-NATO joint declaration (10 January 2023): Was it worth the delay?

81. The European Political Community: Putting politics first?

82. Power and path dependencies may weaken EU counter-piracy efforts in the Gulf of Guinea

83. Diplomacy of Neglect: Assessing the European Union’s engagement in the Sudanese Crisis

84. The Zeitenwende in German Foreign Policy And The Eastern Partnership

85. Little substance, considerable impact Russian influence in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro

86. The war in Ukraine: Adapting the EU’s security and defence policy

87. Unravelling Turkish involvement in the Sahel: Geopolitics and local impact

88. The EU in the South Caucasus: Navigating a geopolitical labyrinth in turmoil

89. The Multiannual Financial Framework: The search for flexibility and recognised effectiveness

90. Open strategic autonomy: The digital dimension

91. Military capabilities affected by climate change: An analysis of China, Russia and the United States

92. How strategic tech cooperation can reinvigorate relations between the EU and India

93. The state of economic convergence in the Eurozone: Two decades of monetary union and economic governance

94. Into the Blue Pacific: Why the EU Should Help Island Nations Address Climate Change and Maritime Insecurity

95. Toughening Financial Sanctions on Russia: Enforcing Energy Sanctions and Reducing Shadow Reserves Effectively

96. Coping with Technology Sanctions in the Russian Financial Sector

97. Tech Sanctions Against Russia: Turning the West’s Assumptions Into Lessons

98. China “De-risking”: A Long Way from Political Statements to Corporate Action

99. Conditionality in Migration Cooperation: Five Ideas for Future Use Beyond Carrots, Sticks, and Delusions

100. Protecting the EU’s Submarine Cable Infrastructure: Germany’s Opportunity to Transform Vulnerability into Mutual Resilience