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1. Global IR Research Programme: From Perplexities to Progressions

2. Are We There Yet? A Global Investigation of Knowledge Inclusion in International Relations Theory Curricula

3. Before the West: The Rise and Fall of Eastern World Orders

4. Disentangling Government Responses: How Do We Know When Accountability Work Is Gaining Traction?

5. The Invisible Leverage of the Top 1 Percent: Absentee Debtors and Their Hedge Funds

6. Good Intentions, Better Outcomes: Shifting the Debate About Social Protection and Informality

7. IMF Standby Agreements and Inequality: The Role of Informality

8. Transnational Cooperation -- An Explorative Collection

9. Greening Economies in Partner Countries: Priorities for International Cooperation

10. Social Contract and Social Cohesion: Synergies and Tensions between Two Related Concepts

11. Tomorrow’s Global Development Landscape: Mapping Trends and Reform Dynamics

12. Constellations of State Fragility: Improving International Cooperation through Analytical Differentiation

13. State Fragility and Development Cooperation: Putting the Empirics to Use in Policy and Planning

14. Getting Special Drawing Rights Right: Opportunities for Re-channelling SDRs to Vulnerable Countries

15. Some little-known effects of global warming

16. Climate Change, Response, and Mass Atrocities

17. The Mobility Key: Realizing the Potential of Refugee Travel Documents

18. Leaving No One Behind: Inclusive Fintech for Remittances

19. Emerging Technologies and Terrorism: An American Perspective

20. From tick box to turning point: Getting accountability right for improved humanitarian action

21. Neither Settler Nor Native:The Making and Unmaking of Permanent Minorities with Mahmood Mamdani

22. Free and Open Spaces: Small and Medium-Sized Nations Can Reshape the Modern World

23. Carbons of War: The Environmental Impact of Military Activity in Conflict and Peace

24. The Battle for Green Supremacy: Carbon Markets, Artificial Intelligence, and the Problem of Climate Finance

25. War, Peace, and Law

26. What Is Public Diplomacy? Fostering Cooperation, Countering Disinformation

27. Foreign Interference Online: Where Disinformation Infringes on Freedom of Thought

28. Conceptualizing Global Governance of AI

29. The Climate Policy Crisis: Governing Disinformation in the Digital Age

30. Data Disquiet: Concerns about the Governance of Data for Generative AI

31. New Logics for Governing Human Discourse in the Online Era

32. Breaking Barriers: The Link between Stronger IPRs and Trade in Services

33. State Intervention in the Public and Private Spheres in Times of Crisis: Covid-19 Pandemic

34. How the International Investment Law Regime Undermines Access to Justice for Investment-Affected Stakeholders

35. Harms from Concentrated Industries: A Primer

36. The Advisory Function of the International Court of Justice: Are States Resorting to Advisory Proceedings as a “Soft” Litigation Strategy?

37. Exploring Law Enforcement Hacking as a Tool Against Transnational Cyber Crime

38. Red herrings: A model of attention-hijacking by politicians

39. Mapping exile: Bridging knowledge and advocating for scholars at risk

40. MIT reflects on COP28

41. Mercosur and Environment: progress in promoting the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda

42. Simulations of the United Nations Veto Initiative: Process, Documents, and Prospects for Reform

43. Restructuring sovereign debt: The need for a coordinated framework

44. The El Niño Southern Oscillation and Geopolitical Risk

45. How to create decent work for women: Policy lessons for low- and middle-income countries

46. The flaws in project-based carbon credit trading and the need for jurisdictional alternatives

47. International Relations in Search of an Antidote

48. The Monroe Doctrine as the Will and Idea of the United States of America

49. Advancing Equity: Mentorship in Peace and Security

50. Local Voices, Global Action: Transnational Organizing in Apparel Supply Chains

51. The Postcolonial Vortex

52. Rethinking Monopoly as a Power Relation: The Shift from Market to Intellectual Monopoly

53. Sellers’ Inflation, Profits, and Conflict: Why Can Large Firms Hike Prices in an Emergency?

54. How Does Globalisation Affect Social Cohesion?

55. (R)evolution? Exploring the Potential of Post-Development Approaches for Reforming Development Cooperation

56. Tax Expenditures in OECD Countries: Findings from the Global Tax Expenditures Database

57. U.S. and Global Approaches to Financing Long-Term Care: Understanding the Patchwork

58. The Future of Neutrality

59. Using Targeted Sanctions to Help Prevent Mass Atrocities: Results from Interviews with Experienced Practitioners

60. Social Media Platforms, the Risks of Mass Atrocities, and Opportunities for Atrocity Prevention: 2023 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention

61. Social Media, Mass Atrocities, and Atrocity Prevention: 2023 Sudikoff Interdisciplinary Seminar on Genocide Prevention

62. Catch-up and Leapfrog Strategies for Developing Countries: Making a Case for a Social Spring

63. Covid-19 Crisis and Shifts in the Corporate Competitive Landscape: Comparisons with Previous Economic Crises

64. Analysis on the Determinants of Labor Share and Its Policy Implications

65. Using Risk Analysis to Shape Border Management: A Review of Approaches during the COVID-19 Pandemic

66. External Processing: A Tool to Expand Protection or Further Restrict Territorial Asylum?

67. POWER, NOT PEACE: THE ACHILLES’ HEEL OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES

68. Mitigating Global Fragmentation in Digital Trade Governance: A Case Study

69. Building Trust in AI: A Landscape Analysis of Government AI Programs

70. Could a Global “Wicked Problems Agency” Incentivize Data Sharing?

71. Why Does the Global Spyware Industry Continue to Thrive? Trends, Explanations, and Responses

72. Phase-based Tactical Analysis of Online Operations

73. ACLED Year in Review Global Disorder in 2022

74. Collective screening

75. Can the World Trade Organization be saved? Should it?

76. The international tax agreement of 2021: Why it’s needed, what it does, and what comes next?

77. Multilateral development banks are key to unlocking low-carbon investments in developing economies

78. Carbon border adjustments, climate clubs, and subsidy races when climate policies vary

79. Saving the WTO from the national security exception

80. Non-economic loss and damage: closing the knowledge gap

81. Structural transformation and international trade: Evidence from the China shock

82. Digital de-industrialization, global value chains, and structural transformation: Empirical evidence from low- and middle-income countries

83. Sanction-busting through tax havens

84. More information, better knowledge? The effects of information campaigns on aid beneficiaries’ knowledge of aid projects

85. Armed group opportunism in the face of recent crises: COVID-19 and climate change

86. Assessment of institutional set-up of results measurement and reporting systems for non-sovereign operations in development finance institutions

87. Building resilience knowledge for sustainable development: Insights from development studies

88. Gender and poverty as a feminist foreign policy priority

89. Energy investment in a time of inflation

90. The impacts on the change of training architecture for UN Peacekeeping Operations in Brazil

91. Navigating R2P Between Norm and Practice

92. Democratizing International Relations

93. Political Analysis of the Purchase and technology Transfer Process for Gropen Fighters

94. The East Mediterranean Gas Forum: Convergence of Regional and Energy Security Concerns

95. Enhancing the Benefits of Human Mobility through Development Interventions

96. Crossing the Divide: Rural to Urban Migration in Developing Countries

97. State Upgrading in Global Value Chains and Production Networks: A Conceptual Note

98. Climate Change Mitigation for Late Industrialisers: The Role of Technology Intensity in Manufacturing

99. Centralization in National High-Performance Sports Systems: Reasons, Processes, Dimensions, Characteristics, and Open Questions

100. Businesses, EU Strengthening International Supply Chains