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1. The Trajectory of International Relations Dissertations in Turkish Academia Between 2000 and 2020

2. Turkish IR Journals through a Bibliometric Lens

3. Non-Western Theories in International Relations Education and Research: The Case of Turkey/Turkish Academia FacebookLinkedInTwitterMendeleyEmail

4. Sea Blindness in Turkish International Relations Literature

5. Lessons Learned from the Development of Turkish IR: A View from Greece

6. International Relations in Search of an Antidote

7. The Monroe Doctrine as the Will and Idea of the United States of America

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

9. 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

10. PLA Logistics and Sustainment: PLA Conference 2022

11. Imperfect Partners: The United States and Southeast Asia

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

13. Will the Invasion of Ukraine Change Russia-Africa Relations?

14. Democratizing International Relations

15. The Putin Doctrine: What is it? The Russian Strategic Issue and the Enlarged National Security

16. South Africa-Russia Maintain Special Relations

17. Tasks for North Korea Policy After the Washington Declaration

18. Russia’s Stance on the North Korean Narrative of a New Cold War

19. North Korea’s Outlook on the New Cold War

20. China’s Stance on North Korea’s “New Cold War” Narrative

21. Re-Declared “Frontal Breakthrough”: North Korea’s Nuclear First Line in 2023 and Its Limitations

22. West Vs. Non-West: A New Cold War?

23. No end in sight to the global sprint towards digital sovereignty in 2023 (and beyond)

24. North Cranks up Nukes—and Slams Down the Phone

25. Confrontation Muted, Tensions Growing

26. India’s Ongoing “Strategic Correction to the East” during 2022

27. US-Southeast Asia Relations: External Order, Inner Turmoil

28. Regional Overview: Indo-Pacific as the 'Epicenter',

29. The Israeli ThreatL What is driving the renewed escalation between Iran and Azerbaijan?

30. Sustaining Congressional Engagement with Southeast Asia

31. What the Compact Impact Fairness Act Means for Compact Host Governments and Migrants

32. Korea Matters for America/America Matters for Korea (2023)

33. Two Peripheries: The Ukraine War's Effect on North Korea-Russia Relations

34. United Kingdom Engagement with North Korea

35. From Coy to Cold Shoulder - The European Union and North Korea

36. From Close Allies to Distant Comrades: The Ups and Downs of the Vietnam-North Korea Relationship

37. North Korea-Guyana Relations in the Burnham Era

38. A Monumental Relationship: North Korea and Namibia

39. Japan Matters for America/America Matters for Japan (2023)

40. Abrogating the Visiting Forces Agreement: Its Effects on Philippines’ Security and Stability in Southeast Asia

41. Understanding the Rohingya Crisis

42. Economic Sanctions During Humanitarian Emergencies: The Case of North Korea

43. UK Must Engage with Argentina Over Future of Falkland Islands

44. Integration with the United States or Latin American Independence?

45. For Hemispheric Unity, a Change in U.S. Foreign Policy is Needed

46. Chavismo in the World

47. Analysis of Chinese Response Patterns to Diplomatic Friction and Its Influencing Factors

48. Cross-Strait and U.S.-Taiwan Relations from the Kuomintang Point of View

49. Russia in the Indo-Pacific: Perspectives from China, Russia, and the United States

50. Global South Perspectives on International Relations: new frameworks for Transboundary Water Analysis

51. Negotiations in international procurement management: the case of Bank BIC internationalization project within the CPSC space

52. Hypotheses on the Implications of the Ukraine-Russia War

53. Understanding and Countering China's Approach to Economic Decoupling from the United States

54. Adapting to New Realities: Israel’s foreign policy in post-Netanyahu times

55. What is new about the reset between Israel and Turkey?

56. Greece and Turkey in the world today: the public’s view

57. La Politica de Francia en el Norte de África y África Occidental: Nuevas Narrativas, Viejas Legitimidades

58. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

59. The state of the European Union

60. Strategies for Order in a Disorderly World

61. A More Complete Realism: Grand Strategy in a New Key

62. Legacy of the Troubles: The Role of Civil Society in Providing Justice for Victims in Northern Ireland

63. Patents, Pandemics, and the Private Sector: The Battle Over Public Health Norms During COVID-19

64. The Future of Digital Evidence Authentication at the International Criminal Court

65. Arctic: Toward the End of the Exception? Strategic, Nuclear and Maritime Issues in the Region

66. Inter-Korean Reconciliation and the Role of the U.S.: Facilitator or Spoiler?

67. South Korea's Public Diplomacy during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Seeking Status as an Authority in Global Governance

68. Palestinian Expectations from The Biden Administration

69. Eritrea as an Informal Representative of the Pro-Russia Forces in Africa

70. Turkey's Role in the Russian-Ukrainian Negotiations

71. Belarus's Reaction to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

72. Policy Paper: Considerations of condemnation and balance of Palestine’s position on the war in Ukraine

73. Shared Human Values and the Great Powers’ Competition: Trends in the Evolution of the International Relations System

74. Theorizing The State and Its Autonomy in Western IR: A Comparative Analysis of Realist and Historical Sociological Approaches

75. ‘Global’ IR and Self-Reflections in Turkey: Methodology, Data Collection, and Data Repository

76. Reflexive Solidarity: Toward a Broadening of What It Means to be “Scientific” in Global IR Knowledge

77. The English School and Global IR – A Research Agenda

78. Towards Guanxi? Reconciling the “Relational Turn” in Western and Chinese International Relations Scholarship

79. Globalizing IR: Can Regionalism offer a path for other Sub-Disciplines?

80. Methodological Nationalism in International Relations: A Quantitative Assessment of Academia in Turkey (2015-2019)

81. The Global Division of Labor in a Not So Global Discipline

82. After Trump: Enemies, Partisans, and Recovery

83. ntroduction to the Special Issue Anxiety and Change in International Relations

84. Anxiety, Ambivalence and Sublimation: ontological in/security and the world risk society

85. Ontological Insecurity, Anxiety, and Hubris: An Affective Account of Turkey-KRG Relations

86. Taking the low road: China's influence in Australian states and territories

87. US-China Mutual Vulnerability: Perspectives on the Debate

88. Resilient Alliance: Moving the U.S.-Philippines Security Relations Forward

89. Is Critique Still Possible in International Relations Theory? A Critical Engagement with IR’s Vocation

90. How Does Gramsci Travel in Latin America? Before and After Critical International Relations Theory

91. Imperial Chutzpah in World Politics as a Factor in International Relations Today

92. Armenia-Turkey Normalization Process: Opportunities and Barriers

93. Georgia and the Baltics: Relations Amidst the War in Ukraine

94. NATO-Georgian Relations in the Coming Decades

95. The Saudi-Emirati axis and the preservation of regional order

96. Ukraine: Toward a Prolonged War of Attrition Fuelling Great Power Competition

97. How To Talk About Migration in Africa: Classic Hurdles and Six Recommendations for European Policymakers

98. US-South Korea and the Philippines: Towards a Trilateral Security Initiative

99. Challenges and Gains in Military Relations between the Philippines and the United States

100. Philippine-United States Trade Relations: Looking Back and a Way Forward