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

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

3. Network and Text Analysis on Digital Trade Agreements

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

11. China’s Evolving Approach to Foreign Aid

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

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

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

15. 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

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

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

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

19. Ukraine and China: Russian Invasion and After

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

21. What now for Australia-China relations?

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

23. Post 20th CCP Congress Roundtable

24. The Development Response to Kleptocracy and Strategic Corruption

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

36. Maximizing the Benefits of Trade for Africa

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

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

39. China: An Economic and Political Outlook for 2022

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

41. 2022, Xi Jinping’s Annus Horribilis: Or is it?

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

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

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

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

46. Japan's "Economic Security" Measures

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

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

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

50. Ending Primacy to End U.S. Wars

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

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

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

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

55. For a new European growth strategy

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

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

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

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

60. In support of a new approach with the Western Balkans: Staged accession with a Pierre MIREL consolidation phase

61. Where is China heading?

62. Understanding Hainan Free Trade Port: China's Efforts to Explore High-level Opening-up

63. Geopolitical Risk in the Era of U.S.-China Strategic Competition and Economic Security

64. International Spread of Anti-dumping Measures and Diversification of Investigation Methodologies

65. Recent Marriage and Labor Supply Pattern of Young Chinese Women

66. The U.S.-China Battle for Semiconductor Supremacy and Reshaping of Global Supply Chain

67. Internationalization of the Korean Won in the Light of RMB Internationalization

68. Australia’s Strategic Responses to the US-China Rivalry and Implications to Korea

69. The Collapse of One China

70. Best and Bosom Friends: Why China-Russia Ties Will Deepen after Russia’s War on Ukraine

71. Decisionmaking at the Speed of the Digital Era

72. U.S.–China Relations in the Tank: A Handbook for an Era of Persistent Confrontation

73. A Green Wave?

74. “Reunification” with Taiwan through Force Would Be a Pyrrhic Victory for China

75. Fishing for Chips: Assessing the EU Chips Act

76. Chinese Nuclear Force Modernization and Doctrinal Change

77. The United Arab Emirates and Sino-American Competition: Towards a Policy of Non-Alignment?

78. It’s complicated: Russia’s tricky relationship with China

79. Mapping China’s Participation in Multilateral Development Institutions and Funds

80. Trojan Dragons? Normalizing China’s Presence in the Arctic

81. Lithuania, China and EU lawfare to counter economic coercion

82. China vs. US: The Green Energy Race

83. The EU and China: Sanctions, Signals, and Interests

84. How 2400 Pages of Tech Industrial Policy will change Transatlantic Relations

85. How to Think About the China-Russia Partnership

86. A New World Order, According to Beijing

87. #NATO2030: Towards a NATO China Strategy

88. China’s Technological Rise: Implications for Global Security and the Case of Nuctech

89. Enhancing South Asian Nuclear Dialogues: The Implications of Covid-19

90. Xi Jinping’s Evergrande Dilemma

91. Genocide in Xinjiang: Centering Uyghur Human Rights in US Policies Toward China

92. Winning the Geo-Tech Battle and Building the Quad Alliance in the Indo-Pacific

93. The Chinese Communist Party’s Economic Challenge to the Free World

94. The Atrocities Against Uyghurs and Other Minorities in Xinjiang

95. A Just Response to Beijing’s COVID-19 Abuses

96. Recommendations to Congress Concerning the Investigation into SARS-CoV-2's Origin

97. Europe's China Chimera

98. A US-India Trade Agenda for the Biden Administration

99. US Support for Australia and the Region Against PRC Coercion: A Six Point Agenda

100. China’s grand industrial strategy and what it means for Europe