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

302. EU-South Korea Extend Cooperation Beyond the Economy

303. Examining Changes in Regional Cooperation in Central Europe from a Polish Perspective

304. What is the Significance of Prigozhin's Revolt for Russian Security Policy?

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

306. Syria returns to the Arab League

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

308. Ending the War in Sudan will be Difficult

309. West and China Compete for Tech Influence in Arab Persian Gulf States

310. China Becoming Globally More Active in the Security Sphere

311. Businesses, EU Strengthening International Supply Chains

312. Building a Coalition - the U.S. Faces Down Competition with China in the Chip Sector

313. South Africa-Russia Maintain Special Relations

314. Lavrov Visits Latin America to Try to Lure It to Russia's Side

315. U.S. Re-Focuses Arctic Policy-The Consequences for Its Allies

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

317. Refugees from Ukraine Adapting to the European Labour Market

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

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

320. Climate Protection Litigation on the Rise

321. Implications of the Incursions into U.S. and Canadian Airspace

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

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

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

325. Evolution, not Revolution: Japan Revises Security Policy

326. Iceland Makes Changes to Foreign Policy after Russia's Aggression against Ukraine

327. Security at Sea: A Turning Point in Maritime

328. Is the Pursuit of Nukes Driven by Leaders or Systems?

329. Northeast Asia Defense Transparency Index 2021–22

330. Sentiment of Bangladeshi Residents Toward Covid-19 Lockdowns: Qualitative Analyses of Open-Ended Responses in a Large Panel Survey

331. Action for Peacekeeping Plus (A4P+): An Update on Monitoring and Implementation after Two Years

332. Accountability for Crimes against Peacekeepers

333. Peacekeeping in Nonpermissive Environments: Assessing Troop-Contributing Countries’ Perspectives on Capabilities and Mindsets

334. Forced Marriage by Non-state Armed Groups: Frequency, Forms, and Impact

335. Financing Loss and Damage at Scale: Toward a Mosaic Approach

336. The UN’s Response to the COVID-19 Infodemic

337. Multipolarity After Ukraine: Old Wine in New Bottles?

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

339. The EU Indo-Pacific Bid: Sailing Through Economic and Security Competition

340. Enhancing Resilience in a Chaotic World: The Role of Infrastructure

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

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

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

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

345. Antitrust issues raised by answer engines

346. A new measure of aggregate trade restrictions: cyclical drivers and macro effects

347. Employer perspectives on employee work location: collaboration, culture and control

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

349. Artificial intelligence adoption in the public sector: a case study

350. The hidden inequalities of digitalisation in the post-pandemic context

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

352. The EU can manage without Russian liquified natural gas

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

354. Can Chinese growth defy gravity?

355. The value added of central bank digital currencies: a view from the euro area

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

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

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

359. Decentralised finance: good technology, bad finance

360. Will China’s new financial regulatory reform be enough to meet the challenges?

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

362. Phased European Union electricity market reform

363. A model for a participative approach to digital competition regulation

364. How Europe should answer the US Inflation Reduction Act

365. Climate versus trade? Reconciling international subsidy rules with industrial decarbonisation

366. How best to ensure international digital competition cooperation

367. Preparing for the next winter: Europe’s gas outlook for 2023

368. Mateship Amongst Competition: Recommendations for the U.S.-Australia Alliance

369. The Long‐​Run Effects of Immigration: Evidence across a Barrier to Refugee Settlement

370. The Political Economy of Anti‐​bribery Enforcement

371. The Economic Effects of the English Parliamentary Enclosures

372. Uncle Sucker: Why U.S. Efforts at Defense Burdensharing Fail

373. Disease Mix and How Economic Freedom Matters for Health Outcomes

374. The Fiscal Impact of Immigration in the United States

375. The Impact of Regulation on Innovation

376. Balance of Trade, Balance of Power: How the Trade Deficit Reflects U.S. Influence in the World

377. Course Correction: Charting a More Effective Approach to U.S.-China Trade

378. The Vagaries of the Sea: Evidence on the Real Effects of Money from Maritime Disasters in the Spanish Empire

379. The Future of the WTO: Multilateral or Plurilateral?

380. The Regressive Nature of the U.S. Tariff Code: Origins and Implications

381. Global Inequality in Well‐​Being Has Decreased across Many Dimensions: Introducing the Inequality of Human Progress Index

382. Information Manipulation and Repression: A Theory and Evidence from the COVID-19 Response in Russia

383. Indian Nationalism and the Historical Fantasy of a Golden Hindu Period

384. Skilled Immigration, Task Allocation, and the Innovation of Firms

385. Rational Eviction: How Landlords Use Evictions in Response to Rent Control

386. Central Bank Digital Currency: The Risks and the Myths

387. Self‐​Service Bans and Gasoline Prices: The Effect of Allowing Consumers to Pump Their Own Gas

388. Formula for a Crisis: Protectionism and Supply Chain Resiliency—the Infant Formula Case Study

389. The Ukraine effect: demise or rebirth of the global order?

390. Chips, subsidies, security, and great power competition

391. Southeast Asia Aid Map - Key Findings Report

392. Follow the money: connecting anti-money laundering systems to disrupt environmental crime in the Amazon

393. Harnessing Public Employment Programmes' Potential: An Intervention Brief Focusing on Youth Inclusion in South Africa's Community Work Programme

394. Trade Shocks and Social Mobility: The Intergenerational Effect of Import Competition in Brazil

395. The Effects of Differential Exposure to COVID-19 on Educational Outcomes in Guatemala

396. The Impact of Robots in Latin America: Evidence from Local Labor Markets

397. Inequality of Opportunity and Income Redistribution

398. Do Minimum Wage Hikes Lead to Employment Destruction? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design in Argentina

399. Inequality of Opportunity and Income Redistribution

400. Redressing environmental harm? A 'corporate sovereignty' problem