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501. Indigenous Protesters Campaign to Make "Chineo" A Hate Crime in Argentina

502. Honduran Women Leaders in the Crosshairs

503. A Legacy of Canadian Intervention in Haiti, 20 Years On

504. El Salvador Arrests Prominent Anti-Mining Activists

505. Is Colombia One Step Away from a Fracking Ban?

506. Chile’s New Constitutional Process Shifts to the Right

507. Brazil’s First-Ever Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Launched Amid a State of Emergency

508. War in Ukraine: One Year On, Nowhere Safe

509. Political Repression in Cuba Ahead of the 2023 Parliamentary Elections

510. Actor Profile: The March 23 Movement (M23)

511. Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula: Sustained Resurgence in Yemen or Signs of Further Decline?

512. Anti-Government Demonstrations in Iran: A Long-Term Challenge for the Islamic Republic

513. Actor Profile: The Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG)

514. Turkey’s 2023 General Elections and the Kurdish Question

515. The Normalization of Political Violence and the 2023 Legislative Elections in Greece

516. The Muqawama and Its Enemies: Shifting Patterns in Iran-Backed Shiite Militia Activity in Iraq

517. Actor Profile: The Islamic State Sahel Province

518. Beyond Riyadh: Houthi Cross-Border Aerial Warfare 2015-2022

519. ACLED Year in Review Global Disorder in 2022

520. Deadly Rio de Janeiro: Armed Violence and the Civilian Burden

521. Political Violence and the 2023 Nigerian Election

522. Anti-Government Demonstrations and Separatism in Thailand: Political Disorder Trends Ahead of the 2023 General Election

523. Collective screening

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

525. Can the World Trade Organization be saved? Should it?

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

527. Economic sanctions against Russia: How effective? How durable?

528. Multilateral development banks are key to unlocking low-carbon investments in developing economies

529. Will China's impending overhaul of its financial regulatory system make a difference?

530. Carbon border adjustments, climate clubs, and subsidy races when climate policies vary

531. Saving the WTO from the national security exception

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

533. Non-economic loss and damage: closing the knowledge gap

534. Scaling up locally led adaptation in Bangladesh: three action areas

535. Rallying Around the Flag: War Challenges and Civic Mobilization in UkraineRallying Around the Flag: War Challenges and Civic Mobilization in Ukraine

536. Macro-financial implications of public debt in South Africa: The role of financial regimes

537. Nation building in post-conflict settings: Evidence from South Africa

538. Structural transformation and sources of growth in Turkey

539. Structural change and the National Initiative for Human Development in Morocco

540. Forced migration, aid effectiveness, and the humanitarian–development nexus: The case of Germany’s P4P programme

541. Structural transformation and international trade: Evidence from the China shock

542. Digital de-industrialization, global value chains, and structural transformation: Empirical evidence from low- and middle-income countries

543. Gendered implications of the waves of COVID19 and economic upgrading trajectories in digital value chains: Insights from Kenyan agricultural platforms

544. Language and student learning: Evidence from an ethnographic study in Mozambique

545. Welfare losses, preferences for redistribution, and political participation: Evidence from the United Kingdom’s age of austerity

546. Sanction-busting through tax havens

547. Employment transitions with high unemployment and a small informal sector: Examining worker flows during normal and recessionary periods in South Africa

548. More information, better knowledge? The effects of information campaigns on aid beneficiaries’ knowledge of aid projects

549. Armed group opportunism in the face of recent crises: COVID-19 and climate change

550. European aid to the MENA region after the Arab uprisings: A window of opportunity missed

551. India’s economic development since independence: An interpretative survey

552. India’s development cooperation in Africa: The case of ‘Solar Mamas’ who bring light

553. Fiscal dependence on extractive revenues: Measurement and concepts

554. The violent legacy of fascism: Neofascist political violence in Italy, 1969–88

555. Assessment of institutional set-up of results measurement and reporting systems for non-sovereign operations in development finance institutions

556. Absolute or relative: perceptions of inequality among young adults in Mozambique

557. Building resilience knowledge for sustainable development: Insights from development studies

558. Migration out of poverty: The case of post-war migration in Mozambique

559. Armed groups’ modes of local engagement and post-conflict (in)stability: Insights from the Ethiopian and Somali civil wars

560. ‘Ten pound touts’: post-conflict trust and the legacy of counterinsurgency in Northern Ireland

561. Trade sanctions and informal employment

562. Gender and poverty as a feminist foreign policy priority

563. Peacebuilding and feminist foreign policy

564. Enhancing Market Size, Scalability, and Regional Integration

565. How Monarchies End

566. US-China lessons from Ukraine: Fueling more dangerous Taiwan tensions

567. Accelerating digitalization and innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean

568. US strategy and force posture for an era of nuclear tripolarity

569. India’s personal data protection act and the politics of digital governance

570. Bangladesh draft data protection act 2023: Potential and pitfalls

571. China’s subsea-cable power in the Middle East and North Africa

572. Holding the Islamic Republic of Iran accountable for atrocity crimes

573. Harnessing allied space capabilities

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

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

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

577. Kazakhstan could lead Central Asia in mitigating the world’s energy and food shortages

578. Humanitarian aid: Defining new areas of US-LAC collaboration

579. An imperative for women’s political leadership: Lessons from Brazil

580. The future of women in India: Barriers, facilitators and opportunities

581. China in Sub-Saharan Africa: Reaching far beyond natural resources

582. Undermining Ukraine: How the Kremlin employs information operations to erode global confidence in Ukraine

583. United States–China semiconductor standoff: A supply chain under stress

584. Implementing NATO’s Strategic Concept on China

585. How allied Sweden and Finland can secure Northern Europe

586. Energy investment in a time of inflation

587. China and the new globalization

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

589. Impact of economic sanctions on net commodity-producing and net commodity-consuming countries

590. The impacts on the change of training architecture for UN Peacekeeping Operations in Brazil

591. What Losing the Iran Deal Could Mean for the Region

592. Navigating R2P Between Norm and Practice

593. Democratizing International Relations

594. Strategic Survival in Syria

595. Fortune and Hazard for Algeria

596. From a space of conflict to a space of peace: The role of urban planners in advancing the peace process

597. Area C: From a Hub of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict to a Space for “Creeping Peace”

598. Russia’s Yes Vote on Syria Aid Will Come With a Price

599. Iran’s New Budget Perpetuates Economic Challenges

600. Warnings and Welcomes: China’s Reopening and the Politics of International Travel