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1. The Red-Hot Blue Line

2. Domestic Disagreements Limit Netanyahu’s Options with Washington

3. The Italy-Africa Summit 2024 and the Mattei Plan: Towards Cooperation between Equals?

4. Origins and Outcomes of U S Defense Policy Toward Israel with Josh Paul

5. Revitalizing the 3+3 Platform: A Formula for a New Regional Security Order?

6. NATO PA's Role in Consolidating Article 2 of the Atlantic Alliance Treaty

7. Xi Jinping’s Visit to France: Stumbling Blocks Pile Up on the Path of Bilateral Cooperation

8. A Revived Arab Peace Initiative from Saudi Arabia Could Save the Middle East

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

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

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

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

13. Australia’s Role Supporting Democracies as a Middle Power

14. The South Korea-U.S. Summit and Measures to Enhance Bilateral Cooperation on North Korea

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

16. Countering China’s coercive diplomacy: Prioritising economic security, sovereignty and the rules-based order

17. Greenland in the mirror of Puerto Rico

18. Free Association and the United Nations

19. The European Political Community: Putting politics first?

20. War and Peace for Moscow and Beijing

21. The Return of Shuttle Diplomacy

22. Deepening Suspicions and Limited Diplomacy

23. The US and Japan Build Multilateral Momentum

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

25. Japan and South Korea as Like-Minded Partners in the Indo-Pacific

26. Japan-China Relations: A Period of Cold Peace?

27. China-Korea Relations: Kim Jong Un Tests Xi-Yoon Diplomacy

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

29. US-Japan Relations: Ramping Up Diplomacy and Defense Cooperation

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

31. Cautious Pragmatism: What is thе potential outcome of Washington's approach to thе Nigеr crisis?

32. Partnership Diversification: What are the implications of the sixth round of the Russia-GCC strategic dialogue?

33. Present Challenges: Will Syria return to the Arab League fold?

34. Second Meeting in Beijing: China-Facilitated Iran-Saudi diplomatic reconciliation efforts amid US apprehensions

35. Macron’s Tour: A new French strategy for Africa

36. Intertwined Interest: What’s behind China-Ivory Coast strengthened relations?

37. European Mercenaries: Will Congo use Wagner in its conflict with Rwanda?

38. Encircling Damascus: Iran’s Foreign Minister Visits Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey

39. Diplomatic Defeat: Uncovering the low turnout to the Arab League meeting in Tripoli

40. Time to change track Assessing the UN’s conflict mediation strategy for Syria from 2019 to 2023

41. Whose Zeitenwende? Germany Cannot Meet Everyone’s Expectations

42. How Authoritarian Regimes Counter International Sanctions Pressure

43. North Korea-Germany Relations: An Ambassador's Perspective of Diplomacy with Pyongyang

44. Ending Counterproductive U.S. Involvement in Yemen

45. Paths to a Ceasefire in Ukraine: America Must Take the Lead

46. Normalizing U.S.–Pakistan Relations

47. Winning the Majority: A New U.S. Bargain with the Global South

48. Competition Versus Exclusion in U.S.–China Relations: A Choice Between Stability and Conflict

49. Common Good Diplomacy: A Framework for Stable U.S.–China Relations

50. Progress toward a breakthrough in Saudi-Israeli relations: ‘Haste is from the Devil’

51. There are certain times when national security challenges must overcome a divided nation

52. Recipe for Success: Israeli and Lebanese Analytical Perspectives on the Maritime Delimitation Negotiations

53. India's G20 Presidency: Opportunity to Resume Engagement in the Arctic

54. IMPLICATIONS OF THE SAUDI-IRAN DEAL FOR YEMEN

55. Imperfect Partners: The United States and Southeast Asia

56. Mongolia Between Two Giants: Cold War Lessons and Today’s Realities

57. The Sino-Russian Partnership Assumptions, Myths and Realities

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

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

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

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

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

63. Implementing NATO’s Strategic Concept on China

64. China and the new globalization

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

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

67. Is There a Way Forward for Political Resolution in Yemen?

68. Russia's Influence in MENA After a Year of War in Ukraine

69. Diplomacy and the War against Ukraine

70. Can Israel mediate an end to the Ukraine war?

71. What Works in Conflict Prevention?

72. Incivility in Diplomacy as a Reflection of the Crisis in Foreign Policy Culture

73. HUMANITARIAN DIPLOMACY STRATEGY FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES AND ITS EFFECT ON JORDAN’S FOREIGN POLICY

74. FACTORING THE SMART POWER IN THE INDIA-EUROPEAN UNION ENGAGEMENTS: A SCOPING REVIEW

75. SOVEREIGNTY OVER THE PARACEL ISLANDS IN 1884-1945: AN APPROACH FROM THE RIVALRY BETWEEN FRANCE, CHINA, AND JAPAN

76. INFORMING GLOBAL HEALTH DIPLOMACY: EXAMINING HEALTH AND PEACE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GLOBAL BURDEN OF DISEASE

77. OVERLAPPING COMMUNICATION LOGIC FOR GLOBALIZING PUBLIC DIPLOMACY: THE CASE OF JORDAN

78. U.S. Diplomacy Can Prevent Canadian Transboundary Mining Pollution on the Northern Border

79. Russia and Kazakhstan in the global nuclear sector: From uranium mining to energy diplomacy

80. New Frontiers: Estonia’s Foreign Policy in Africa

81. When Diplomats Are Undiplomatic

82. Biden’s Middle East Balancing Act: Iran’s Nuclear Program and Saudi-Israeli Ties

83. Between Swords of Iron and the Al Aqsa Deluge: The Regional Politics of the Israel-Hamas War

84. Primer: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s Visit to the United States

85. America’s Response after Russian Suspension of New START

86. The politics of dialogue: How the EU can change the conversation in Kosovo and Serbia

87. House in disorder: How Europeans can help Palestinians fix their political system

88. Decarbonisation nations: How EU climate diplomacy can save the world

89. The European Political Community from Paris to Chisinau: an idea taking shape?

90. Hydrodiplomacy and the Food, Water and Energy Nexus: A holistic approach for transboundary cooperation and peace

91. The Syrian Civil War Twelve Years On: Can There Be a Constructive Role for Greece?

92. Diplomatic scramble: Greek foreign policy towards Libya

93. La puerta de Latinoamérica: Las relaciones de Panamá con Estados Unidos y China, oportunidades y desafíos

94. Resisting China’s Gray Zone Military Pressure on Taiwan

95. Is Feminist Foreign Policy driving progress for women’s representation in diplomacy?

96. China’s Provinces as Global Actors: Evidence from China-Africa Relations

97. Pan Am 103 and the Birth of “No Double Standard”

98. A Master Class in Diplomacy

99. Reagan in China: Don’t Say Anything about the Turkeys

100. Vladimir Putin’s Mistrust of the West Runs Deep