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

2. Ethnic Divisions and Ensuring Stability in Kazakhstan: A Guide for U.S. Policy

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

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

5. Russia Is Down, But Not Out, in Central Asia

6. From shock and awe to stability and flaws: Iraq’s post-invasion journey

7. Fragile States Index 2023 – Annual Report

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

9. Restoring Competitive Politics: Electoral Contestation and the Future in Turkey and India, and Iran and Russia

10. Shifting Dynamics in the Middle East: Implications for Pakistan

11. Social and Historical Investigation of China’s Ethnic Minorities: Based on Political Stability and National Unity

12. Can Alternative Sequencing of Actions Break the Deadlock in Implementing the Agreement on the Path to Normalization between Kosovo and Serbia?

13. What is Kosovo’s position in regional security cooperation?

14. Strategies to future-proof Zambia: Debt relief and beyond

15. Footing the bill? Less legitimacy, more avoidance mark African views on taxation

16. Making Sense of Pakistani Youth How Youth in Pakistan View State, Society, Religion, and Politics

17. Afghan Peace and Reconciliation

18. Increasing the Success and Sustainability of Democracy and Governance Interventions in Post-conflict Countries

19. Conflict in Two Theaters? European Misperceptions about the Asia-Pacific

20. US-Japan Development Cooperation for Stability and Prosperity in the Pacific Islands Region

21. Afghanistan Under Taliban: A new Regime Poses a Threat to International Stability

22. The UAE Under Attack: A Foreign Policy Test

23. Building security: How Europeans can help reform Libya

24. Fragile States Index 2022 – Annual Report

25. Managing the Risks of Instability in the Western Balkans

26. Iraq: Stabilising the Contested District of Sinjar

27. How Religious Diplomacy and Pan-Islamic Organizations Can Help Stabilize Afghanistan

28. A Stabilizing Factor: Oman’s Quiet Influence amid Mounting Uncertainty in the Gulf

29. The Ukraine Crisis and China-India Relations

30. China’s Interests in Afghanistan One Year After the U.S. Withdrawal

31. Role of Biraderism in Democratization in Punjab, Pakistan; a Conceptual Framework

32. A pillar of stability in an unstable world

33. Will the European Political Community actually be useful?

34. The role of local governance in achieving political stability: A joint public-private effort towards sustainable development

35. Implications of COP26 for Africa's mining industry

36. Tax provisioning by extractive industry multinational subsidiaries

37. Israel and Lebanon Conclude Maritime Agreement

38. A Shaky Foundation: The Myth of Authoritarian Stability in the Middle East

39. Responding to the Looming Food Crisis and Managing Political Stability in Indonesia

40. Walking the tightrope towards the EU: Moldova’s vulnerabilities amid war in Ukraine

41. The Economic Impact of Political Instability and Mass Civil Protest

42. The Franco-German Rivarly in the Post-Brexit Europe

43. What’s Next, After the Withdrawal from Afghanistan?

44. Lebanon is dying a slow death

45. Along the Kuwaiti-Saudi Border, Stability Is Built on Flexibility

46. Myanmar Instability: Emerging Reactions in East Asia

47. What Is Wrong?

48. Post-Pandemic Asia: A New Normal for Regional Security?

49. Stability of collusion and quality differentiation: a Nash bargaining approach

50. Violent Ethnic Extremism in Ethiopia: Implications for the Stability of the Horn of Africa

51. The Second Government Benabderrahmane’s prospects for stabilizing Algeria

52. Curtailing Tehran: Breaking down the validation of Israeli conjectures if Damascus is constraining Iranian military activities

53. "The Great Wall of the Caspian Sea": The Geographic Nature of Russia's Attitudes Towards the Post-Soviet States

54. The Regional Security Dynamics of the South Caucasus After the 2020 Karabakh War

55. Trapped in a vicious cycle: Factors of instability in the Nineveh Plains

56. What’s in the New Southern Policy Plus? An ASEAN Perspective on Building Niche-based Pragmatic Cooperation with South Korea

57. “No Going Backward”: Afghanistan’s Post–Peace Accord Security Sector

58. Lgitimisation of Autocracy in Turkey and Russia through the Review of the Constitution

59. 2020 Country Brief: Afghanistan

60. Burning ambition: Egypt’s return to regional leadership and how Europe should respond

61. A Course Correction for the Sahel Stabilisation Strategy

62. How the EU Lost in Libya

63. Energy: Factor of Stability or Conflict in the Eastern Mediterranean?

64. AI and International Stability: Risks and Confidence-Building Measures

65. A Collapsing World?

66. Greece-Israel Relations Help Stabilize the Eastern Mediterranean

67. China’s Influence in Southeastern, Central, and Eastern Europe: Vulnerabilities and Resilience in Four Countries

68. The Cyberthreat in the Contemporary Era: Challenges for the security of Pakistan

69. Lessons from the #EndSARS Movement in Nigeria

70. The Anglophone problem in Cameroon: The change from crisis to conflict, and a possible way forward to resolution

71. The Middle East: From a decade of conflict to an age of reconciliation

72. Fragile States Index 2021 – Annual Report

73. China’s Objectives in Afghanistan in the Geo-Strategic Dynamics

74. Political Instability, FDI and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan African Countries: Evidence from Modelling Dynamic Simultaneous Equations

75. Australia’s future – still the lucky country or running out of luck?

76. Perspectives on the future of Idlib

77. Security Assistance in the Middle East: A Three-Dimensional Chessboard

78. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Strategic Stability and Nuclear Risk, Volume III, South Asian Perspectives


80. The Path of Least Resilience: Autocratic Rule and External Powers in the Middle East

81. China’s Response to the Killing of Soleimani

82. Japan and the Visegrad 4: The Unsensational Strategic Partners

83. The impact of COVID-19 on organised crime in the Western Balkans

84. Promoting and Projecting Stability: Challenges and Perspectives

85. Morocco: Can the PJD Still Absorb Popular Anger?

86. Sudan: Managing COVID-19 Pandemic During a Time of Transition

87. Tunisia: New Government, New Dynamics?

88. Ninewa: Initiative Mapping of Sustainable Returns & Stabilization Efforts

89. Is a Plan B Needed to Save Afghanistan?

90. Social Protection under Authoritarianism: Health Politics and Policy in China

91. Reset Overdue: Remaking U.S.—Saudi Relations

92. The African Union, regional economic communities and regional mechanisms and United Nations: Leveraging the Triangular Partnership to Silence the Guns in Africa

93. How Leaders Can Stop Corona from Undermining the EU: The Health and Economic Crises Require Coordinated Handling

94. The EU’s Role in Addressing Lebanon’s Multiple Crises

95. Ensuring Water Security in the Middle East: Policy Implications

96. Disorder from Chaos: Why Europeans fail to promote stability in the Sahel

97. Digital stability: How technology can empower future generations in the Middle East

98. Projecting Stability to the South: NATO’s other challenge

99. Capability and Resolve: Deterrence, Security and Stability in the Baltic Region

100. A Proposal for a Stability Mechanism for the Gulf Cooperation Countries