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151. EIU Global Outlook—a summary of our latest global views

152. US Trade Policy Options for Pacific Islands States Require Washington’s Political Commitment

153. Abrogating the Visiting Forces Agreement: Its Effects on Philippines’ Security and Stability in Southeast Asia

154. Balancing Natural Resources and Human and Social Capital: Pathways to Economic Diversification in Mongolia

155. Trade Balances and International Competitiveness in Cyber-physical, Digital Task-intensive, ICT Capital-intensive and Traditional Industries

156. Competition Versus Exclusion in U.S.–China Relations: A Choice Between Stability and Conflict

157. Common Good Diplomacy: A Framework for Stable U.S.–China Relations

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

159. A 'Bright Path' Forward or a Grim Dead End? The Political Impact of the Belt and Road Initiative in Kazakhstan

160. How Will China Respond to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis?

161. Correlates of Politics and Economics: How Chinese Investment in Africa Changes Political Influence

162. Serbia on Edge

163. China's Security Management Towards Central Asia

164. The Rise of Sino-Russian Biotech Cooperation

165. China’s Evolving Approach to Foreign Aid

166. Multidomain Deterrence and Strategic Stability in China

167. China’s Development Path: Government, Business, and Globalization in an Innovating Economy

168. Distrust in the heartland: explaining the Eurasian “Organization Gap” through the Russo-Chinese relations

169. Raising the Minimum: Explaining China’s Nuclear Buildup

170. How Militarily Useful Would Taiwan Be to China?

171. Deterring a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan: Upholding the Status Quo

172. Implications of a Melting Arctic

173. War Is a Choice, Not a Trap: The Right Lessons from Thucydides

174. Semiconductors Are Not a Reason to Defend Taiwan

175. Immaterial Competition: Rethinking the Roles of Economics and Technology in the US-China Rivalry

176. 'Win Without Fighting': The Chinese Communist Party's Political and Institutional Warfare Against the West

177. Regaining the High Ground Against China: A Plan to Achieve US Naval Aviation Superiority This Decade

178. One-Size-Fits-None: Overhauling JADC2 to Prioritize the Warfighter and Exploit Adversaries’ Weaknesses

179. Regaining Decision Advantage: Revising JADC2 to Buttress Deterrence in Our Window of Greatest Need

180. Chinese Political Warfare: The PLA’s Information and Influence Operations

181. Learning to Win: Using Operational Innovation to Regain the Advantage at Sea against China

182. Understanding and Countering China's Approach to Economic Decoupling from the United States

183. Chinese Information and Influence Warfare in Asia and the Pacific

184. An Assessment of US and Allied Information and Influence Warfare

185. The Mixed Record of China’s Belt and Road Initiative

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

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

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

189. 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

190. How China’s Environments Changed its Modern History: An interview with Micah Muscolino

191. Brazilian Perspectives for BRICS

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

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

194. Dispute Resolution between the Philippines and China: Fishing Activities in the South China Sea

195. Hong Kong´s Football Rivalry With the People´s Republic Of China as a Reflection of Local Identity Evolution

196. The Indo-pacific and Southeast Asia: The Impact of External Strategies on Southeast Asia and Asean’s Response

197. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

198. China en África: Objetivos, instrumentos e implicaciones estratégicas

199. África: Competencia y sustitución en un entorno estratégico de rivalidad. Introducción al número especial

200. Reboot: Framework for a New American Industrial Policy