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Editors' Note. Summaries. Wartime Commercial Policy and Trade between Enemies. White Supremacy, Terrorism, and the Failure of Reconstruction in the United States. When Do Ideological Enemies Ally? Leaning on Legionnaires Why Modern States Recruit Foreign Soldiers The Power of Putin in Russian Foreign Policy Reviewers for Volume 45. Summaries. Illusions of Autonomy Why Europe Cannot Provide for Its Security If the United States Pulls Back The Case for Campaign Analysis A Method for Studying Military Operations Water and Warfare The Evolution and Operation of the Water Taboo The Rule of Law and the Role of Strategy in US Nuclear Doctrine Why Rebels Stop Fighting Organizational Decline and Desertion in Colombia's Insurgency Summaries. PRC Assertiveness in the South China Sea: Measuring Continuity and Change, 1970–2015 To Disclose or Deceive? Sharing Secret Information between Aligned States The United States and the NATO Non-extension Assurances of 1990: New Light on an Old Problem? Conventional Counterforce Dilemmas: South Korea's Deterrence Strategy and Stability on the Korean Peninsula Elite Competition, Social Movements, and Election Violence in Nigeria PRC Assertiveness in the South China Sea: Measuring Continuity and Change, 1970-2015 To Disclose or Deceive? Sharing Secret Information between Aligned States The United States and the NATO Non-extension Assurances of 1990: New Light on an Old Problem? Network Connections and the Emergence of the Hub-and-Spokes Alliance System in East Asia. Death Dust: The Little-Known Story of U.S. and Soviet Pursuit of Radiological Weapons. Putin, Putinism, and the Domestic Determinants of Russian Foreign Policy. The Stopping Power of Norms: Saturation Bombing, Civilian Immunity, and U.S. Attitudes toward the Laws of War. Does the Noncombatant Immunity Norm Have Stopping Power? A Debate. Does the Noncombatant Immunity Norm Have Stopping Power? A Debate Reply Correspondence: Is China a Cautious Bully? Is China a Cautious Bully? Is China a Cautious Bully? Reply Correspondence: Clandestine Capabilities and Technological Diffusion Risks. Is China a Cautious Bully? Reply Partnership or Predation? How Rising States Contend with Declining Great Powers (vol 45, pg 95, 2020) Editors' Note. Normalization by Other Means: Technological Infrastructure and Political Commitment in the North Korean Nuclear Crisis. Cheater's Dilemma: Iraq, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and the Path to War. Partnership or Predation? How Rising States Contend with Declining Great Powers. Sadat and the Road to Jerusalem: Bold Gestures and Risk Acceptance in the Search for Peace. China's Grand Strategy under Xi Jinping: Reassurance, Reform, and Resistance. Reviewers for Volume 44 Summaries. Paradoxes of Professionalism: Rethinking Civil-Military Relations in the United States. What Allies Want: Reconsidering Loyalty, Reliability, and Alliance Interdependence. Living with Uncertainty: Modeling China's Nuclear Survivability. The Political Power of Proxies: Why Nonstate Actors Use Local Surrogates. Selective Wilsonianism: Material Interests and the West's Support for Democracy. Editor’s note Editor's Note