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1. Little substance, considerable impact Russian influence in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro

2. Digital Dichotomy: Opportunities and Challenges of Digitalization in Fragile Settings

3. Promoting diaspora investment in fragile settings: The case of Somalia

4. The New Iraqi Opposition: The anti-establishment movement after the 2021 elections

5. The war in Ukraine: Adapting the EU’s security and defence policy

6. Time to change track Assessing the UN’s conflict mediation strategy for Syria from 2019 to 2023

7. Unravelling Turkish involvement in the Sahel: Geopolitics and local impact

8. Protests in Iran in comparative perspective: A revolutionary state in trouble

9. Countering hybrid threats: The role of the Joint Expeditionary Force

10. The EU in the South Caucasus: Navigating a geopolitical labyrinth in turmoil

11. Sahel: Why stabilization efforts should address internal displacement

12. The crisis of representation in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

13. The Multiannual Financial Framework: The search for flexibility and recognised effectiveness

14. Twilight Institutions: Land conflict and hybrid authorities in Benin’s Borgou department

15. Power and potential: The economics of Egyptian construction and ICT

16. Open strategic autonomy: The digital dimension

17. Military capabilities affected by climate change: An analysis of China, Russia and the United States

18. How strategic tech cooperation can reinvigorate relations between the EU and India

19. Shades of grey: The evolving links between the Houthi and Iran

20. The state of economic convergence in the Eurozone: Two decades of monetary union and economic governance

21. Getting global development back on track: Focus and start at home

22. Al-Sudani’s first 100 days – Or how to keep everyone happy

23. Trading short-term gains for long-term costs: the Egyptian political economy under al-Sisi

24. Beyond Turkey’s ‘zero problems’ policy Motives, means and impact of the interventions in Syria, Libya and the South Caucasus

25. Politicking in Doha: But will the Syrian opposition shift to more pragmatic diplomacy?

26. Phoenix or Icarus? European strategic autonomy in light of Ukraine

27. Big brother is watching: Evolving relations between Iran and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

28. Turkish interventions in its near abroad: The case of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

29. All eyes on Ankara: A scenario exercise focused on the 2023 elections

30. Harnessing EU-Kenya renewable energy relations for a bright future

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

32. Overcoming EU internal dividing lines in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue

33. Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad: The case of northern Cyprus

34. A stubborn threat: Islamic State in Iraq in early 2022

35. Europe Cannot Wait for Unity

36. The West’s struggle in Sudan: Standing with the people while being stuck with the coup regime

37. Lost in transition: The Muslim Brotherhood in 2022

38. The Dutch position on Kosovo’s visa liberalisation process: Light at the end of the tunnel?

39. The Saudi-Emirati axis and the preservation of regional order

40. The geopolitics of digital financial technologies: A chance for Europe?

41. Growing stronger together: Towards an EU–ASEAN digital partnership?

42. A new formula for collaboration: Turkey, the EU & North Africa

43. Investors beware: Europe’s top firms are highly exposed to China

44. The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming? Russia’s growing presence in Africa and its implication for European policy

45. A new conflict management strategy for Syria: Creating a Safe, Calm and Neutral Environment

46. Fair Energy Transition for All: Final Recommendations National Report of the Netherlands

47. Walking the tightrope towards the EU: Moldova’s vulnerabilities amid war in Ukraine

48. How to ‘open’ Strategic Autonomy

49. France and visa liberalisation for Kosovo: Ready to move forward?

50. The 2022 Israeli elections: Change, but no change

51. Realising the EU Rapid Deployment Capacity: opportunities and pitfalls

52. Navigating an uncertain future: An exploration of China’s influence on the Netherlands’ future maritime logistics hub function

53. Conflict in the Penta-Border Area: Benin’s Northern Jihad from the perspective of its neighbours

54. Policing the police: The EU’s struggle to strengthen the Libyan security sector

55. The instrumentalization of migration: A geopolitical perspective and toolbox

56. Open strategic autonomy in European defence: what countries must do

57. Realising the EU Hybrid Toolbox: opportunities and pitfalls

58. The Eastern Partnership: Three dilemmas in a time of troubles

59. Turkey’s love-in with Qatar: A marriage of convenience

60. A new momentum for EU-Turkey cooperation on migration

61. Band-aids, not bullets: EU policies and interventions in the Syrian and Iraqi civil wars

62. ‘Designed in Ethiopia’ and ‘Made in China’: Sino-Ethiopian technology collaboration in South-South relations

63. Whose Long Arm? Challenges to Understanding Turkish Diaspora Politics

64. Between hope and despair: Pastoralist adaptation in Burkina Faso

65. A Transition at Work? The ethnicization of Ethiopia’s informal sector

66. Henchman, Rebel, Democrat, Terrorist: The YPG/PYD during the Syrian conflict

67. Fostering digital connectivity in and with the Indo-Pacific

68. Towards a Better Understanding of Climate Security Practices

69. Towards open and secure digital connectivity: Europe’s and Taiwan’s paths after the world’s first digital pandemic

70. Financial disruption and fragile markets: A political-economic perspective on SMEs in the Somali private sector under COVID-19

71. Energising EU enlargement? The prospects of the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans

72. Trapped in a vicious cycle: Factors of instability in the Nineveh Plains

73. The EU’s Strategic Compass for security and defence: Squaring ambition with reality

74. ‘A careful foot can step anywhere’: The UAE and China in the Horn of Africa: Implications for EU engagement

75. Stepping up the greenification Policy Brief of the power sector in the Western Balkans

76. The Green Agenda: Providing Policy Brief breathing space for Western Balkans citizens?

77. Fruitless cherry picking?: EU engagement with the Syrian opposition (Etilaf)

78. ‘Of Cattle and Conflict’ – Rethinking responses to pastoralism-related conflicts

79. An Ever Closer Union? Ramifications of further integration between Belarus and Russia

80. Exploring avenues in the EU’s rule of law crisis: What role for the Netherlands?

81. Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad: The case of Idlib

82. Turkey’s interventions in its near abroad: The case of Libya

83. European defence: Specialisation by capability groups

84. The RRF as administrative subsidiarity

85. Military coup betrays Sudan’s revolution: Scenarios to regain the path towards full civilian rule

86. Covid-19 prompts the EU and the Netherlands to rethink global health

87. Turning EU green energy diplomacy into reality

88. ‘If you want to go far, go together’ Community engagement and infrastructure development in fragile settings

89. From indices to insight: A proposal to enhance the risk assessment of the Dutch Early Warning/Early Action process

90. Costing Conflict: An early warning method to assess the impact of political violence on vital security interests

91. Unpacking open strategic autonomy: From concept to practice

92. In search of a European Russia strategy

93. Making Peace with Climate Adaptation

94. Pandora’s Box in Syria: Anticipating negative externalities of a re-entrenching regime

95. Globalization Paradox and the Coronavirus Pandemic

96. Iraq’s adolescent democracy: Where to go from here

97. What EU Member States can Policy Brief learn from Kosovo’s experience in repatriating former foreign fighters and their families

98. Declining media freedom and biased reporting on foreign actors in Serbia: Prospects for an enhanced EU approach

99. Mixing politics and force: Syria’s Constitutional Committee in review

100. From legal to administrative subsidiarity: Diagnosing enforcement of EU border control