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9701. Heterogeneous Effects of Non-tariff Measures on Cross-border Investments: Bilateral Firm-level Analysis

9702. Do Higher Public Debt Levels Reduce Economic Growth?

9703. How do Corporate Taxes affect International Trade?

9704. Israel and the Persian Gulf: A Source of Security or Conflict?

9705. Will a Military Withdrawal from the Middle East Leave a Vacuum?

9706. Promoting Peace and Stability in the Maritime Order Amid China’s Rise

9707. Drawdown: Improving U.S. and Global Security Through Military Base Closures Abroad

9708. China and the Persian Gulf in the Aftermath of a U.S. Withdrawal

9709. Climate Change: The Greatest National Security Threat to the United States

9710. The Long Shadow: Immediate and Downstream Consequences of the Collapse of the USSR

9711. 30 Years Since the Collapse of the Soviet Union: Democracy, Community, and Russia

9712. The Power of Law and Justice: The Contribution of Latvia to the Global Development and Defense of Democracy

9713. The USSR and its Influence on Developments in the Right to Self- Determination

9714. Dynamics of Ukraine-Russia Relations

9715. Hegemony Without Leadership: Russia’s Strategy in the Post-Soviet Space

9716. The Rise of Global Islamophobia and the Uyghur Genocide

9717. Islamophobia, Internationalism, and the Expanse Between

9718. What Did 9/11 Mean for U.S. Media Coverage of Muslims and Islam?

9719. Securitization of Islam: The Lethal Combination of Threat and Identity Politics

9720. Humanitarian Intervention and International Order: The Endless Wars Problem

9721. Armed Conflict and the Protection of Populations: The Debate over Humanitarian Intervention, Using Armed Force, and the Idea of Sovereignty

9722. The Uyghur Genocide and International Policy Response

9723. Moral Imperatives and Legal Realities: The Perennial Conundrum of Humanitarian Intervention

9724. Coups, Conflicts, and COVID-19 in Myanmar: Humanitarian Intervention and Responsibility to Protect in Intractable Crises

9725. Bolstering Vaccine Manufacturing Capacity in Africa: A move towards self-sufficiency

9726. Northern Ireland’s 100th Birthday

9727. An Unfinished Revolution: The Trajectory of Thailand’s Current Protests

9728. The Rise and Fall of Golden Dawn: Organized Racism Suffered a Great Defeat in Greece—But the Fight is Far from Over

9729. Contemporary Challenges to Global Democracy

9730. Are European Migration Policies Racist?

9731. Racism, a Challenge For An Increasingly Global China: Confronting a Problem the PRC Does Not Know it Has

9732. Frontiers and Borders: The Internet and the Amplification of Illiberalism

9733. Absolutely Corrupted: The Rise of an Illiberal System and The Future of Hungarian Democracy

9734. Academic Freedom: A Test and a Tool for Illiberalism, Neoliberalism, and Liberal Democracy

9735. The Two Sources of the Illiberal Turn in Brazil

9736. Iraqi Police: A Hard Place Between State and Society

9737. To Be Served and Protected: Israeli Arab Citizens and the Police

9738. The National Police Service and Nigeria’s Woes

9739. Policing and Violence: The Less Visible Harms of Policing Practices

9740. Bolstering Surveillance for a Pandemic

9741. When Local Politics Go Global: How Erdoğan’s Dominance At Home Allowed Him To Reshape Turkey’s Neighborhood

9742. German Economy Winter 2021: Recovery temporarily on hold

9743. World Economy Autumn 2021: Stumbling blocks on the road to recovery

9744. Post-Corona-Boom Underway

9745. Gender and Extremism in Ethiopia

9746. Inter-Communal Tensions, Violence and Conflicts in the Time of a Pandemic in Ethiopia

9747. Pathways for Reconciliation in Yemen

9748. Scenarios for an impact assessment of global bioeconomy strategies: results from a co-design process

9749. DART-BIO: A technical description

9750. Employment effects of R&D and innovation: Evidence from small and medium-sized firms in emerging markets

9751. Factors facilitating the inventing academics’ transition from nascent entrepreneurs to business owners

9752. Sovereign Debt in the 21st Century

9753. Kind or contented? An investigation of the gift exchange hypothesis in a natural field experiment in Colombia

9754. Green gifts from abroad? FDI and firms' green management

9755. The Need for Local Governance of Global Commons: The Example of Blue Carbon Ecosystems

9756. Endogenous Growth, Skill Obsolescence and Optimal Monetary Policy

9757. Accounting for terrestrial and marine carbon sink enhancement

9758. Who benefits really from phasing out palm oil-based biodiesel in the EU?

9759. Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo

9760. Procedurally Justifiable Strategies: Integrating Context Effects into Multistage Decision Making

9761. Regional Solutions to Regional Challenges in the Middle East?

9762. Napoleon’s Bicentenary

9763. Back in Exile: Afghan Stories of a Near Distant Past

9764. Celebrating Ashura in Syria

9765. For Israel’s Acceptance to the AU as Observer Reveals Continental Divides

9766. No Boundaries – The Syrian-Lebanese Drug Economy

9767. Turkey's Nuclear Future

9768. Learning from COVID-19: How to make care central to economic policy around the world

9769. The Applicability of Transitional Justice in Pre-Conflict Contexts

9770. From Regressive Subsidies to Progressive Redistribution: The Role of Redistribution and Recognition in Energy Subsidy Reform

9771. A Civil or Uncivil Civil Society?

9772. A “Hidden Front” in the Battle Against COVID-19: How Behavioral Data is Helping Contain the Pandemic and Improve Policy

9773. Can We Do Informal Housing Better?

9774. Linkages between Inequality, Exclusion, and the Occurrence of Elections with Protest Activity Against Governments

9775. State Capture and Inequality

9776. Turning the Tide on Housing: Alternatives to the Modern Orthodoxies of North America and Europe

9777. Nigeria: National Small Arms and Light Weapons Survey

9778. 2021 Small Arms Trade Transparency Barometer

9779. Southeast Asia: The Next Frontier of the U.S.-South Korea Alliance

9780. Strategic Reengagement in the Middle East

9781. The China Difference in the U.S.-South Korea Alliance

9782. Prospects for Diplomacy With North Korea

9783. Seeking a New Balance for U.S. Policy in the Middle East

9784. Advancing Gender Equality at Home and Abroad by Leveraging Women, Peace, and Security

9785. Citizens in the World’s Leading Economies Want a Fast Recovery Post-Pandemic

9786. The Case for EU Defense

9787. Northern Syria Security Dynamics and the Refugee Crisis

9788. A Plan To Reform U.S. Security Assistance

9789. Turning the Tide on Dirty Money

9790. A Double-Edged Sword: Examining the Role of the State in National Dialogues as Mechanisms of Nation-building in Uganda and Rwanda

9791. The Center Is Not Holding: Analyzing South Sudan’s Social Cohesion Architecture in the Evolving Context of the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan

9792. Redes sociales, desinformación, cibersoberanía y vigilancia digital: una visión desde la ciberseguridad

9793. Opciones estratégicas de Rusia desde la óptica del neorrealismo ofensivo

9794. El Tribunal Especial para el Líbanoy la sentencia Hariri. ¿Justicia selectiva?

9795. El artículo analiza la compleja relación, presente en la esfera internacional,entre política y justicia que queda reflejada en el Tribunal Especial para el Líbano. Se emplean,como líneas argumentales, la problemática de su establecimiento por medio de la resolución 1757 (2007) del Consejo de Seguridad y su carácter selectivo, así como la confrontación jurídico-doctrinal planteada en el caso Ayyash et al., también conocido como asunto Hariri. Se subraya la importancia de los factores contextuales,especialmente aquellosdesencadenados a partir de 2004, con el fin de explicar la división interna —con protagonistas internacionales—del país en dos bloques cuya confrontación serviría de pretexto para la puesta en marcha de un tribunal único que responde a los intereses de una comunidad internacional seducida porla posibilidad de lograr una condena judicial por terrorismo contra Hizballah —y/o Siria—en un momento de preponderancia de la formación chií.La decisión interlocutoria de 2011 de la Sala de Apelaciones pareció manifestarse como un buen augurio en aquella dirección al afirmar la necesidad de interpretar el delito de terrorismo recogido en el artículo 314 del Código Penal del Líbano conforme a un crimen internacional de terrorismo de carácter consuetudinario. La revolucionaria decisión —junto con el proceso que llevó a su publicación—reveló,sin embargo,cierta precipitación y oportunismo que por fortuna y justicia la sentencia de 2020 rechaza por innecesaria e incierta.El artículo sostiene que todo ello ha contribuido a debilitar la credibilidad de un Tribunal,ejemplo de justicia selectiva, y ha mostrado pocadeferencia por la soberanía del Estado libanés.

9796. Agenda OTAN 2030 y Concepto Estratégico 2022

9797. El comercio internacional de armamento y las ventajas comparativas

9798. La industria española de defensa ante los nuevos conflictos: capacidades a aportar

9799. El problema del coste de la defensa

9800. Política europea de seguridad y defensa y sus efectos en la industria de defensa