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1. China's Trade Strategies and Korea-China Cooperation Plans

2. EU's “Open Strategic Autonomy” and its Implications for Korea

3. Analyzing South Korea’s Semiconductor Industry: Trade Dynamics and Global Position

4. North Korea’s 2023 Trade with China: Analysis and Forecasts

5. Women, Peace and Security and the 2022 National Security Strategy

6. ASEAN's medium- to long-term trade strategies and the direction of RoK-ASEAN cooperation

7. Network and Text Analysis on Digital Trade Agreements

8. China's Green Transition Policies and Its Implications for Korea

9. Strategies of Multinational Companies Entering China in the Era of U.S.-China Competition and Implications for Korea

10. Why the proposed Brussels buyers club to procure critical minerals is a bad idea

11. Will China's impending overhaul of its financial regulatory system make a difference?

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

13. Beyond launch: Harnessing allied space capabilities for exploration purposes

14. China in Sub-Saharan Africa: Reaching far beyond natural resources

15. Potential and Pitfalls for African Industrialization in Chinese-built Standard Gauge Railways

16. Can Chinese growth defy gravity?

17. Will China’s new financial regulatory reform be enough to meet the challenges?

18. Course Correction: Charting a More Effective Approach to U.S.-China Trade

19. Seeking to undermine democracy and partnerships: How the CCP is influencing the Pacific islands information environment

20. The third EU-NATO joint declaration (10 January 2023): Was it worth the delay?

21. Updating Estimates of Methane Emissions: The Case of China

22. Outsiders Wanting In: Asian States and Arctic Governance

23. China's response to the US tech war: The closing of detours

24. Messages to Washington: The significance of China's push for a new world order during President Jinping's Moscow visit

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

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

27. China “De-risking”: A Long Way from Political Statements to Corporate Action

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

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

30. The changing dynamics of the G7, G20 and BRICS: Informal multilateral cooperation is increasingly important in an era of strategic competition

31. Chinese Military-Civil Fusion: Sino-Italian Research Cooperation

32. Southeast Asia Is the Soft Underbelly of American Power in the Indo-Pacific

33. The “Odious” Legacy of Chinese Development Assistance in Africa: The Case of Angola

34. Empowering Ukraine Prepares Us for China

35. The Chinese Communist Party’s Campaign on University Campuses

36. Xi Jinping’s Vision for the Middle East

37. Eritrea’s Growing Ties with China and Russia Highlight America’s Inadequate Approach in East Africa

38. The battle for the Indian Ocean: How the EU and India can strengthen maritime security

39. Keeping America close, Russia down, and China far away: How Europeans navigate a competitive world

40. The power of control: How the EU can shape the new era of strategic export restrictions

41. Russia’s Relations with China Amidst US-China-Russia Strategic Competition

42. Economic Cooperation Policies of China, Japan and India towards South Asia and Their Implications for Korea

43. Impact of China's Emissions Trading System on Industries and its Policy Implications

44. Increasing supply chain risks and Implications for Korea

45. Navigating Africa’s Digital Partnerships in a Context of Global Rivalry

46. How to Curb Investments in Chinese Technology: Initiatives and Debates in the United States

47. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

48. When the State Becomes the Only Buyer: Monopsony in China’s Public Procurement of Medical Technology

49. The war in Ukraine and the future of Russia-China relations

50. The rise of China and NATO’s new Strategic Concept

51. Global Value Chains, Risk Perception, and Economic Statecraft

52. Maximizing the Benefits of Trade for Africa

53. Biden and Trade at Year One: The Reign of Polite Protectionism

54. Policy Experimentation in China: The Political Economy of Policy Learning

55. China: An Economic and Political Outlook for 2022

56. Raising the Curtain on China’s 20th Party Congress: Mechanics, Rules, “Norms,” and the Realities of Power

57. 2022, Xi Jinping’s Annus Horribilis: Or is it?

58. China’s Rise and U.S. Defense Implications

59. How to Respond to China’s Growing Influence in the Gulf

60. Ukraine and China: Russian Invasion and After

61. Why China’s Zero Covid Strategy Might Underwrite China’s High-Quality Development and Common Prosperity Agendas – At Home and Away

62. What now for Australia-China relations?

63. China’s international higher education environment: change and stasis

64. Post 20th CCP Congress Roundtable

65. Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Sports, Law, and Policies

66. For a new European growth strategy

67. US-China Roundtable on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage

68. Forging European Unity on China: The Case of Hungarian Dissent

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

70. Economic Equidistance is Not an Option: Germany and the US-Chinese Geo-Economic Conflict

71. Japan's "Economic Security" Measures

72. Promoting the Euro – Countering Secondary Sanctions: Germany Should Push to Complete Monetary Union

73. The Economics of Great Power Competition: Why Germany Must Step Up on Defense

74. China’s Global Vision Vacuum: An Opportunity and Challenge for Europe

75. Ending Primacy to End U.S. Wars

76. The Folly of Pushing South Korea Toward a China Containment Strategy

77. Development Competition is Heating Up: China’s Global Development Initiative and the G7 Partnership for Infrastructure and Global Alliance on Food Security

78. Memo on an "Economic Article 5" to Counter Authoritarian Coercion

79. Sanctions, SWIFT, and China’s Cross-Border Interbank Payments System

80. How China’s Human Capital Impacts Its National Competitiveness

81. Bridging U.S.-Led Alliances in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific: An Inter-theater Perspective

82. Who Leads China's 5G Technology Ecosystem? A Network Analysis of China's Cooperation on Association Standards

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

84. China's New Trade Strategy amid US-China Confrontation and Implications

85. The Effects of Increased Trade with China and Vietnam on Workers’ Earnings and Job Security in Korea

86. Securing Asia’s Subsea Network U.S. Interests and Strategic Options

87. The Sino-Lithuanian Crisis: Going beyond the Taiwanese Representative Office Issue

88. What do we know about cyber operations during militarized crises?

89. Health of nations: How Europe can fight future pandemics

90. Let a thousand contacts bloom: How China competes for influence in Bulgaria

91. Principled pragmatism: Europe’s place in a multipolar Middle East

92. Byting back: The EU’s digital alliance with Latin America and the Caribbean

93. Time to Leave China’s “16+1” Influence Trap

94. China’s Evolving Approach to Foreign Aid

95. Xi Jinping Seeks Stability: The 20th National Congress of the CCP

96. China between lockdowns and the 20th Party Congress: What can we expect for the EU and globally?

97. US-China geoeconomic rivalry intensifies: A risk or an opportunity for European companies?

98. Central Bank Digital Currencies and the implications for the global financial infrastructure: The transformational potential of Russia’s digital rouble and China’s digital renminbi

99. Russia’s connectivity strategies in Eurasia: Politics over economy

100. China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Successful economic strategy or failed soft-power tool?