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1. The Russian-Ukrainian War: An Opportunity to Strengthen the AfCFTA

2. Fighting Against Internal and External Threats Simultaneously: China’s Police and Satellite Cooperation with Autocratic Countries

3. Let’s Learn Judo with Putin. Sport, Power and Masculinity in 21st-Century Russia

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

5. The European Union and the war in Ukraine: the liberal power and its limits

6. Russia at War and the Islamic World

7. How the War in Ukraine is Changing the Space Game

8. No Water’s Edge: Russia’s Information War and Regime Security

9. Integrating Cyber Into Warfighting: Some Early Takeaways From the Ukraine Conflict

10. Will the Invasion of Ukraine Change Russia-Africa Relations?

11. The EU is Reluctantly Getting Tougher with Putin

12. Understanding the Russia-Iran-Israel Triangle

13. Could Biden construct a new world order through détente with Russia?

14. Israel’s Ukraine policy: ‘Right side of history’ vs national interest

15. The Ukraine War: Preparing for the Longer-Term Outcome

16. Government Internet Shutdowns Are Changing. How Should Citizens and Democracies Respond?

17. Radioactive Consequences of a War in Ukraine

18. Present Danger: Nuclear Power Plants in War

19. Arresting Nuclear Adventurism: China, Article VI, and the NPT

20. The Russian Soldiers’ Question Revisited

21. Mobilizing Against Russia? Some Reflections on the Security Deadlock Called Ukraine

22. Western financial warfare and Russia’s de-dollarization strategy: How sanctions on Russia might reshape the global financial system

23. Adapting to New Realities: Israel’s foreign policy in post-Netanyahu times

24. Moscow’s Strategic Obsession with the Eastern Mediterranean: Lessons from pre-Cold-War history

25. Turkey’s quest for Strategic Autonomy

26. The Akkuyu NPP and Russian-Turkish Nuclear Cooperation: Asymmetries and risks

27. War has returned to Europe: Three reasons why the EU did not see it coming

28. After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: Unity is good, but ambition is better

29. Strengthening the impact of EU sanctions against Russian aggression in Ukraine

30. Applying an intergenerational mindset to European technology investments

31. What the First Week of Fighting in Ukraine Tells Us About a Potential Insurgency

32. Cutting Putin’s energy rent: ‘smart sanctioning’ Russian oil and gas

33. Putin and Erdogan Meet in Sochi: Another Challenge to the Western Bloc

34. The Iranian-Russian-Turkish Summit in Tehran

35. The War in Ukraine: More Western Aid and Fear of Escalation

36. The Russia-Ukraine War: Where Do We Go from Here?

37. Investigation of Russia's Crimes in Ukraine: A Turning Point for the International Criminal Court?

38. Walking a Fine Line: Turkey’s Mediation between Russia and Ukraine, and Relations with the West

39. The Ukrainian Civil Front – An Interim Assessment

40. After the Russian “Ruse,” China Looks for New Friends

41. MF Dollars for Dictators? The Allocation of SDR to Moderate and Isolated Countries

42. Intelligence and the War in Ukraine: The Limited Power of Public Disclosure

43. Will Russia Use Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine?

44. Underreporting of Russian Investments Abroad: Are the Sanctions Undermined?

45. The War in Ukraine: The Challenge of Shaping an Endgame

46. Putin’s Dilemma

47. The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Legal Aspects

48. The Ukraine Crisis: An Interim Analysis

49. Russia-Ukraine: Dangerous Stalemate

50. Cutting through the Value Chain: The Long-Run Effects of Decoupling the East from the West

51. A Primer on the 2022 National Security Strategy

52. Mercenary Fighters in Libya and Ukraine: How Social Media Are Exposing the Russian Wagner Group

53. The Ukraine War and the Middle East: The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Poorer

54. Eighth sanctions package: Which side will be the economic loser?

55. Assessment of Initial Impacts of Western Sanctions against Russia: Effects for Azerbaijani Economy

56. Potential Expansion of the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC): New Realities and Opportunities

57. Azerbaijani Gas Export to Europe: What Advantages Are There?

58. Potential Impacts of Sanctions against Russia on the Non-oil Exports of Azerbaijan

59. How Will Coal Sanctions Impact on Russian Economy?

60. Reducing European Dependence on Russian Gas: Challenges and New Alternatives

61. The Economic Consequences of Russia-Ukraine War for Azerbaijan

62. Blowback from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

63. How Its War on Ukraine Killed Russia’s Hydrogen Ambitions

64. "Best and Bosom Friends" Putin, Xi and the Challenge to the West

65. NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept: Matching Ambition with Reality

66. Russian Strategic Interest in Arctic Heats Up as Ice Melts

67. The ‘Kosovo Precedent’: Russia’s justification of military interventions and territorial revisions in Georgia and Ukraine

68. What Putin’s War in Ukraine Means for the Future of China-Russia Relations

69. ASEAN: Seeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine through a glass darkly

70. NATO’s Resilience: The first and last line of defence

71. Strategies for Order in a Disorderly World

72. The Long Shadow of the Soviet Union: Demystifying Putin’s Rhetoric Towards Ukraine

73. Can Chancellor Scholz Save the West? The New German Government and Global Geopolitics

74. On the Design of Effective Sanctions: The Case of Bans on Exports to Russia

75. Cutting Putin’s Energy Rent: ‘Smart Sanctioning’ Russian Oil and Gas

76. Everything Counts: Building a Control Regime for Nonstrategic Nuclear Warheads in Europe

77. Russian-Turkish Relations and Implications for U.S. Strategy and Operations

78. Understanding Russia’s perception of international agency in the context of the war against Ukraine

79. Russia’s Climate Action and Geopolitics of Energy Transition: The Uncertain and Unsettling Outlook following Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

80. Putin vs Monnet: European Resilience, Energy and the Ukraine War

81. The Russian Economy Is Muddling Through the Sanctions War

82. Can the West Afford to Let the World Go Hungry? Overcoming Challenges to Establishing a Humanitarian Corridor in the Black Sea

83. Gender Issues in Russia

84. The US–Italy Economic Relations in a Divided World

85. Russian Youth: Their Attitude to the Ruling Elite and Political Processes

86. The Implications of the Ukraine War for Israel

87. The “New Uzbekistan”: Turkey’s New Partner in the Pan-Turkist Organization of Turkic States

88. The differences between Western and non-Western US allies in the Ukraine war

89. Japan and the War in Ukraine

90. Russia’s threat against the Jewish Agency is a Bargaining Measure

91. Ukraine War Distracts US from China, Legitimizes Nuclear Bombs

92. It is in America’s Interest to End the War in Ukraine

93. Cyber Operations in Ukraine: Russia’s Unmet Expectations

94. Russia’s Wartime Cyber Operations in Ukraine: Military Impacts, Influences, and Implications

95. Russia’s National Security Narrative: All Quiet on the Eastern Front

96. My Country, Right or Wrong: Russian Public Opinion on Ukraine

97. Russia and India: A New Chapter

98. Networks and Competitive Advantage in a Contested World

99. Russian Government Moves to Assert Increasing Control Over Internet

100. Growing Azerbaijani–Central Asian Ties Likely to Trigger Conflicts With Russia and Iran