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101. When Turnbull meets Trump

102. The Fund for American Studies: Celebrating 50 Years of Educating Leaders Throughout the World

103. The Power of Rapid-Response Public Diplomacy: The IVLP On Demand

104. U.S.-Ghana Relations Are Strong Following December 2016 Elections

105. The United States and Namibia: Promoting Success in a Young African Democracy

106. The United States and Colombia: A Special Relationship

107. Take the Money and Run

108. Trumps National Security Strategy: A new brand of mercantilism

109. The Nuclear Ban treaty: What would follow

110. “Alternative” Strategic Perceptions in U.S.-China Relations

111. Dialogue on U.S.-China Infrastructure Cooperation

112. U.S. Trade policy under Trump

113. "Middle Neighborhoods: Action Agenda for a National Movement"

114. The Trans-Pacific Partnership The politics of openness and leadership in the Asia-Pacific

115. The 2016 presidential campaign and the crisis of US foreign policy

116. China’s Global Rise Can the EU and U.S. Pursue a Coordinated Strategy?

117. A Glass Half Full The Rebalance, Reassurance, and Resolve in the U.S.-China Strategic Relationship

118. A Framework for U.S. Policy toward China

119. Nuclear Arms Control Choices for the Next Administration

120. A Bond Worth Strengthening Understanding the Mexican Military and U.S.-Mexican Military Cooperation

121. How Trade with Mexico Impacts Employment in the United States

122. Risk, Regulation, and the Innovation Slowdown

123. Gun Control: Grounds for Compromise?

124. Back from the Brink Toward Restraint and Dialogue between Russia and the West

125. Donald Trump and US-Russian relations Geopolitical Bromance or Business-as-Usual?

126. With Trump, US-China relations are no longer business as usual China may stand to gain from a Trump presidency

127. Survival of the fittest: Trump’s not-so-simple nationalism

128. Expanding Ties and New Frontiers in United States-Republic of Korea Relations

129. A Renewed Commitment to American Commercial Diplomacy

130. The United States and Estonia: Partners for Peace and Prosperity

131. “Caught Trying” in Denmark: The Case for Taking Risks in Using Non-Traditional US Diplomacy to Meet Global Challenges

132. The United States and Canada: The Strength of Partnership

133. Innovation: Key to a 21st Century Alliance

134. Celebrating Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Good Neighbor Policy

135. The US in the Asia-Pacific: Continuing rebalance towards a region in flux

136. Election Hacking in Democracies: The example of the U.S. 2016 elections

137. Possible Benefits of American Parameters for the Two-State Solution.

138. A Bond Worth Strengthening Understanding the Mexican Military and U.S.-Mexican Military Cooperation

139. Committed: U.S. Foreign Policy in Asia and Completing the Rebalance

140. Evaluating Western Sanctions on Russia

141. A Measured US Strategy for the New Africa

142. Majority of Americans- Except for Republicans- Back Congressional Inquiry: Survey Shows 30 Year Low for Russian Favourability

143. Reducing Urban Violence and Improving Youth Outcomes in the Americas

144. US And Russia: Insecurity and Mistrust Shape Mutual Perceptions

145. Balancing Priorities:Immigration, National Security and Public Safety

146. When Hunger Strikes: How Food Security Abroad Matters for National Security at Home

147. European defence core groups

148. Obama’s Legacy on Israel/ Palestine

149. Major developments in the US and China and US-China Relations Amidst Turmoil in the International Order (US-China Project)

150. Sub-project I. Domestic factors influencing US foreign policy (US Study Group)