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801. Revisiting the Libya Intervention and the Idea(l) of Responsibility to Protect

802. The United States has seen a transformation in the past 12 months, possibly the beginning of a sea change around race and culture. The very visible and tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police shook the nation to its core, and prompted an unprecedented national outcry. In the months that followed, amidst the social vacuum created by the pandemic, sport emerged as a present and prominent voice for change. In many ways, we have always known that sport has an inherent power to bring people together, and that athletes, because of their celebrity status, have a platform from which to influence others. What we saw last summer was a collective and unified movement by a large sector of the entire sports enterprise that placed issues of racial oppression and inequality in the center of American consciousness. Systemic change begins with awareness, and sport is shining a bright light on this racial reckoning.

803. What is Wrong

804. The nexus between shimglina as ADR and the formal criminal justice system: The case of the Amhara regional state, Ethiopia

805. State Legitimation Crisis and Violent Extremism among Young People in Nigeria

806. Situating the role of youth in indigenous African Peacebuilding interventions: The question of spoilers versus menders

807. Does Community Saving Foster Conflict Transformation? The Debate and Evidence from Kenya’s ASAL Counties of West Pokot and Turkana

808. The curbing of the collective voices of workers in Ethiopia’s state-led industrialisation: The case of the garment sector

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

810. Colonial Legacies in Syrian Nationality Law and the Risk of Statelessness

811. People's Right to a Nationality and the Eradication of Statelessness in Africa

812. Breaking the Presumption That Applicants of Statelessness Determination Procedures Are Foreign

813. TP v Minister of Home Affairs (Sentence No 9140, 22 April 2014) (Tribunal of Rome)

814. Towards a Stateless Standpoint Epistemology

815. Statelessness and COVID-19

816. COVID-19 and the Bidoon in Kuwait

817. Reaching Stateless, Undocumented and Migrant Communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic

818. Access to Abortion for Undocumented Persons during the COVID-19 Pandemic

819. COVID-19 in Cox's Bazar Pandemic Narratives from the World's Largest Refugee Camp

820. Surviving Overlapping Precarity in a 'Gigantic Hellhole' A Case Study of Venezuelan LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers and Undocument Migrant in Brazil amid COVID-19

821. 'Humanising' Statelessness through an Artistic Approach

822. Securitising Covid-19? The Politics of Global Health and the Limits of the Copenhagen School

823. Climate Politics and the Crisis of the Liberal International Order

824. Systemic Reconfiguration of Capitalism: Applying Ruggie’s Critique of Waltz in Economics

825. Multilateral Framework of Investment Facilitation at the WTO: Initiatives and Perspectives from the Global South

826. Africa’s Strategies of Development and International Insertion: The Hybridity of Agenda 2063

827. Entrenching the Problem? International Organizations and Their Engagement in Latin America to Address Violence: The Case of the European Union in the Northern Triangle

828. Rethinking Polanyi’s Fictitious Commodities Based on the Brazilian Nuclear Segment

829. China in UN Peacekeeping Operations: A 30-Year Assessment (1990-2019)

830. Sovereign Power, Government and Global Liberalism’s Crisis

831. From Municipalist Activism to Institutional Changes: An Analysis of the Subnational Dimension in Mercosur (1995-2019)

832. Chinese Investments in Brazil: Economic Diplomacy in Bilateral Relations

833. Military Build-up in Southeast Asia and the South China Sea: How Relevant Are the Disputes with China?

834. The Emergence of a Latino Political Ethnicity: 1990 to the Era of Trump

835. Vengeful Citizens, Violent States: A Theory of War and Revenge, Rachel Stein

836. Neighborhood Defenders: Participatory Politics and America’s Housing Crisis, Katherine Levine Einstein, David M. Glick and Maxwell Palmer

837. Dangerously Divided: How Race and Class Shape Winning and Losing in American Politics, Zoltan L. Hajnal

838. Is the Republican Party Destroying Itself? (And Why It Needs to Reclaim Its Conservative Ideals), Thomas E. Patterson

839. Collaboration Between Intelligence Services in the Present-Day World: Challenges and Issues

840. Kyoto-2: The Lame Duck of West European Climate Diplomacy: Lessons Learned From the International Climate Process

841. Migration as a Leverage Tool in International Relations: Turkey as a Case Study

842. Climate-Migration: A Security Analysis within the Context of Green Theory

843. International Society and Its Institutions in Refugee Protection during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Revisiting the Solidarism/Pluralism Debate in English School

844. “Securitization from Society” and “Social Acceptance”: Political Party-Based Approaches in Turkey to Syrian Refugees

845. Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis

846. Political Participation and Party Preferences among Immigrants of Turkish Origin in Germany

847. A Call for a Unified Theoretical Approach to the Study of Migration: Network Analysis of International Migration System

848. The Role of Surveillance Technologies in the Securitization of EU Migration Policies and Border Management

849. EU’s Global Actorness in Question: A Debate over the EU-Turkey Migration Deal

850. "Is the Internet Trying to Kill Us?" And other Technology Security Unknowns In the New Roaring Twenties

851. Data Science Teams: Evolution of the Full-Contact Sport

852. Transforming Military Technology Through Aquisition Policy

853. Bringing Down the Hammer On Chinese Tech

854. Russian New and Experimental Nuclear-Capable Missiles: A Short Primer

855. Transitions in Global Health Diplomacy: Views of Donors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

856. Win-Win Cooperation: Welcoming Hong Kong Refugees Would Benefit the United States

857. The Climate-Security Century: Three Climate Hotspots

858. Forget China: A Policy for an Interconnected Region

859. The Siren's Song of Coast Guard Behavioral Norms in the Western Pacific

860. Adversaries or Competitors: A Conversation on U.S. - China Relations with David Dollar

861. The Future of the Eurasian Economic Union

862. Pandemic Preparedness: A Conversation with Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo (Interviewed by Dana Hatic)

863. Economic Crisis and Elections: A Recipe for Turbulence in Latin America

864. The UN Security Council: Stress Tested

865. Currency Power & International Security

866. Medical Security, Covid Challenge and the U.S. - Japan Alliance

867. The Essentiality of Cognitive Diversity in American National Security

868. Do Morals Matter? A Conversation with Dr. Joseph Nye

869. Post-Covid Security Landscape: A Conversation with Raffaelo Pantucci

870. Grievance in Space and Time: The State, Militias, and the Irredentist Temptation

871. Losing the Long Game: A Conversation with Phillip Gordon (Interviewed by Zach A. Shapiro)

872. The Interactions of International Relations: Racism, Colonialism, Producer-Centred Research

873. Hedging as a Survival Strategy for Small States: The Case of Kuwait

874. A Government Devoid of Strong Leadership: A Neoclassical Realist Explanation of Turkey’s Iraq War Decision in 2003

875. Tianxia (All-Under-Heaven): An Alternative System or a Rose by another Name?

876. Reputation Building as a Strategy for Terror Group Survival

877. Exogenous Dynamics and Leadership Traits: A Study of Change in the Personality Traits of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

878. At the Brink of Nuclear War: Feasibility of Retaliation and the U.S. Policy Decisions During the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

879. The City and the Citizen: Breaking Down Barriers to Active Citizenship

880. Conservative Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Anti-Gender Issues in Croatia, Slovakia, and Poland

881. Tea Farming Industry in Turkey and Social Economic History 1920-1960

882. The Sikh Struggle for Khalistan: Refocusing on the Punjabi Suba (Province) Movement in India

883. A Critical Analysis of Fundamental Rights Under the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973

884. Intrastate Hydro Politics: Issues of Hydro Resource Management in India

885. Issues and Conflicts in Balochistan: Implications for Pakistan

886. Identity Crisis and Rights in Trouble: Transgenders in Islamic Republic of Pakistan

887. Path Dependency and Implementation of Administrative Reforms: Case of Civil Services of Pakistan

888. Issues of Shia Hazara Community of Quetta, Balochistan: An Overview

889. Political Dynamics of Biraderi Politics An Empirical Analysis of District Toba Tek Singh

890. De-Radicalization through Education Reforms: Comparative Analysis of Closed-Book and Open Book Examination Regime

891. Influencer Marketing on Instagram: Effects of Promotional Posts on Purchasing Behavior of Consumers

892. Contemporary Ecological Paradigms and Emerging Challenges of Water Security Nexus for Pakistan

893. China’s Economic Diplomacy in South Asia: Emerging Dynamics and Regional Implications

894. Thinking beyond Democracy and Freedom: A Post 9/11 War on Terrorism Scenario

895. Can and “should” Qualitative Research Be ValueFree? Understanding the Epistemological Tussle between Positivists and Interpretivists

896. Foucauldian Panopticon: A Model for U.S. Cyber Surveillance

897. How to Stop Jihadist Foreign Fighters

898. How to Win a “Long Game”: The Voting Rights Act, the Republican Party, and the Politics of Counter-Enforcement

899. U.S. Geopolitics and Nuclear Deterrence in the Era of Great Power Competitions

900. Policy or Pique? Trump and the Turn to Great Power Competition