#1 Assessing the Development–Foreign Policy Nexus of the Asian Rising Powers: South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia
#2 Crafting Compliance Regime under COVID‐19: Using Taiwan's Quarantine Policy as a Case Study
#3 In Whose Name Are You Speaking? The Marginalization of the Poor in Global Civil Society
Free access until October: Special Section on 'India-China Conflict and BRICS: Business as Usual?' edited by Raj Verma and Mihaela Papa. Seven contributions examining whether the regional rivalry will render BRICS dysfunctional or motivate it to act as a pacifying force.
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