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Critical stability issues involving magnetic reconnection that are likely to influence the successful operation of burning plasma experiments are addressed. In particular, we discuss: (1) the stabilization of drift-tearing modes in weakly collisional regimes, with particular reference to nonlinear stability, including neo-classical effects; (2) the present understanding of sawtooth oscillations, in particular the interpretation of peculiar sawtooth features in FTU experiments with pelletdoi:10.1088/0029-5515/44/2/020 fatcat:32ufjddegrhxpiq2puk6coy65m