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1. The EU is Reluctantly Getting Tougher with Putin

2. Understanding the Russia-Iran-Israel Triangle

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

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

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

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

7. The Russian Diaspora in the Baltic States: The Trojan Horse that never was

8. Strategic Report

9. "Systemic Risks": A Conversation on Nuclear Technology and Deterrence with Dr. Vipin Narang

10. EU Strategic Autonomy in the Shadow of Geopolitical Rivalry: A View from Moscow

11. Russia’s Nationalities Policy before and after the 2020 Constitutional Amendments: Is the “Ethnic Turn” Continuing?

12. Inserting India into U.S.-Israel Defence Technology Cooperation

13. Reinvigorating South Asian Nuclear Transparency and Confidence-building Measures

14. A Strategic Triangle in the Arctic? Implications of China–Russia–United States Power Dynamics for Regional Security

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

16. Turkey’s Soft Power in the Balkans Reaching its Limits

17. Jordan: With Relations with Washington and Jerusalem Back in Order, a Flurry of Diplomatic Activity

18. Turkish-Russian Relations: A Puzzle that Shakes the Middle East

19. The “Four Plus One”: The Changing Power Politics of the Middle East

20. The OSCE as Sisyphus: Mediation, Peace Operations, Human Rights

21. Countering Zero-Sum Relations in the Middle East: Insights from the Expert Survey

22. Russia in the Arctic—A Critical Examination

23. Russian Government Moves to Assert Increasing Control Over Internet

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

25. Moscow’s Hopes to Use Water as ‘New Oil’ Outraging Siberians

26. Ukraine’s Sanctions Against Pro-Russian Oligarch Medvedchuk—All About Oil and Coal

27. Russia’s Iskander Missiles Fail in Karabakh but Cause Crisis in Armenia

28. Lawfare as part of hybrid wars: The experience of Ukraine in conflict with Russian Federation

29. Did Alcohol Policy Really Cause the Postsocialist Mortality Crisis? Revisiting the Rebound and Affordability Hypotheses

30. Russia or the West – Which Should Jerusalem Choose?

31. Realpolitik Should Guide Israeli-Russian Relations

32. What does the Deraa surrender mean for Iran and Russia in Syria?

33. What does Russian Mideast-related diplomatic activity signify?

34. The Israel-Russia-Syria deal: Cost, beneficiaries and future deals

35. Time to Update Israeli Policy Toward Syria

36. Can Russia live with an ongoing conflict in Syria? Mapping out Trends Among Russian Foreign Policy Elites

37. Reconciliation Initiatives in Daraa: A Testimony for Histor

38. Understanding Russia’s Endgame in Syria: A View from the United States

39. US-Russia interactions in Syria and the future of the conflict in 2021

40. Russia in the Mediterranean: Here to Stay

41. A Difficult Balancing Act: Russia’s Role in the Eastern Mediterranean

42. Grand Illusions: The Impact of Misperceptions About Russia on U.S. Policy

43. Less Than a Full Deck: Russia’s Economic Influence in the Mediterranean

44. Reassessing Russian Capabilities in the Levant and North Africa

45. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

46. Exploring India's Strategic Futures

47. US Nonproliferation Cooperation with Russia and China

48. Defeating Threat Air Defences: the Return of the DEAD

49. From Russia With Love? Serbia's Lukewarm Reception of Russian Aid and Its Geopolitical Implications

50. Dealing with Russia: Towards a Coherent Belgian Policy

51. Mapping the International Presence of the World’s Largest Arms Companies

52. Mapping the International Presence of the World’s Largest Arms Companies

53. Coming out and breaking out: The US, Iran and Europe go nuclear

54. Don’t be rude, don’t be docile! How to manage freedom of manoeuvre in tense bilateral diplomacy

55. Russia in Africa: Is Great Power Competition Returning to the Continent?

56. Framing Russia’s Mediterranean Return: Stages, Roots and Logics

57. Nuclear Risk Reduction: Looking Back, Moving Forward, and the Role of NATO

58. Russia's Foreign and Security Policy in the Middle East: Entering the 2020s

59. There Goes the Neighborhood: The Limits of Russian Integration in Eurasia

60. Russia’s Stony Path in the South Caucasus

61. U.S.-Russian Relations in 2030

62. Russia in the Asia-Pacific: Less Than Meets the Eye

63. Etched in Stone: Russian Strategic Culture and the Future of Transatlantic Security

64. Russia Strives for an Oil and Gas Resurgence

65. Russia and Iraq Deepen Energy, Military Ties

66. Moscow Concerned About Turkish Influence on the Gagauz

67. Veiled Counter-Balancing: The Peacekeeping ‘Arrangement’ Between Turkey and Russia in Karabakh

68. Increasing Nuclear Threats through Strategic Missile Defense

69. Alternative Approaches to Information-Age Dilemmas Drive U.S. and Russian Arguments about Interference in Domestic Political Affairs

70. Iran's Influence in the Middle East

71. Saudi-Russia oil war is a game theory masterstroke

72. A Saudi-U.S.-Russia Oil Deal Is Not a Good Idea

73. Putting A Spoke In The Wheel: Russian Efforts To Weaken U.S.-led Alliance Structures In Northeast Asia

74. Terrorism in Afghanistan: A Joint Threat Assessment

75. Hard security dynamics in the Baltic Sea region: From turbulence to tense stability

76. The Covid-19 pandemic in Russia: No applause for Putin’s political play?

77. Turbulence in arms control: Open Skies Treaty became a victim of the great power competition

78. Towards the 2021 Duma election: The Russian opposition needs strong leaders

79. Finnish foreign policy during EU membership: Unlocking the EU’s security potential

80. Digital authoritarianism in China and Russia: Common goals and diverging standpoints in the era of great-power rivalry

81. Uzbekistan’s new Central Asia policy: The economic rationale and political implications of good neighbourliness

82. Russian pipelines and EU energy security: Utilizing the externality elements of the EU’s regulatory framework

83. Greek-Russian Relations: A Potential to Mend Strained Ties

84. European defence policy in an era of renewed great-power competition

85. Mongolia's Response to Increasing U.S.-China-Russia Rivalry in Asia

86. The Visegrád Four and the Security of NATO’s “Eastern Flank”

87. Time to Exist and Resist: the European Union and Russian Political War

88. It’s that time of the decade again: some considerations for NATO’s eighth Strategic Concept

89. The case for NATO’s global partnership with India

90. Recalibrating NATO Nuclear Policy

91. Global Ukrainian Studies in the Making: An Interview with Serhii Plokhy

92. The Use of Cyberspace in the Context of Hybrid Warfare. Means, Challenges and Trends

93. Structural Shifts and Regional Security: A View from Israel

94. Perspectives on the future of Idlib

95. Operation Peace Spring: Objectives, Current Situation and its Future

96. Russian views on the Constitutional Committee and the political process in Syria

97. Multipolarity in Practice: Understanding Russia’s Engagement With Regional Institutions

98. Russia at the United Nations: Law, Sovereignty, and Legitimacy

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

100. Toward Accountable Nuclear Deterrents: How Much is Too Much?