Australian Journal of Politics and History

(The TQCC of Australian Journal of Politics and History is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
One Nation's Electoral Support: Where Does It Come From, What Makes It Different and How Does It Fit?22
From “Queue Jumpers” to “Absolute Scum of the Earth”: Refugee and Organised Criminal Deviance in Australian Asylum Policy15
Separatism or Status-Quo?: Indigenous Affairs from the Birth of Land Rights to the Death of ATSIC*14
From British Colony to American Satellite? Australia and the USA during the Cold War14
The Good University. What Universities actually do and why it's time for radical change11
The early use of radio for political communication in Australia and Canada: John Henry Austral, Mr Sage and the Man from Mars10
Cyprus from 1960 to EU Accession: The Case for Non-Territorial Autonomy7
The 2007 Australian Federal Election: The Story of Labor's Return from the Electoral Wilderness7
The Changing Shape of Intellectual Cooperation: From the League of Nations to UNESCO6
Strategic Othering: Framing Lebanese Migration and Fraser's “Mistake”5
Competitive Cooperation for Regional Development: Japan's New Strategy towards Rising China5
A Middle Power's Roles in Shaping East Asian Security Order: Analysis of Japan's Engagement from a Normative Perspective5
Challenging the Criteria of Significance: Lessons from Contemporary Indonesian Labour History5
Transgender Inclusion and Australia's Failed Sexuality Discrimination Bill5
The Making of a Nation Through Sport: Australia and the Olympic Games from Athens to Berlin, 1898-19165
Reclaiming Community? From Welfare Society to Welfare State in Australian Catholic Social Thought4
Voting Attitudes and Behaviour Among Aboriginal Peoples: Reports from Anangu Women*4
From Heroes to Whingers: Changing Attitudes to British Migrants, 1947 to 19774
Australian Reporting from East Timor 1975-1999: Journalists as Agents of Change4
"In Essence still a British Country": Britain's withdrawal from East of Suez4
From the Gallery to the Parliament: Journalists in the House of Representatives and Senate, 1901–20074
From Protection to Competition: The Politics of Trade Practices Reform in Australia and theTrade Practices Act 19653
Past and Present: From Misunderstanding Sexuality to Misunderstanding Gender Identity in Australian Refugee Claims3
From “Unstable” to “Stable” Minority Government: Reflections on the Role of the Nationals in Federal Coalition Governments3
Libertas Philosophandi: From Natural to Speculative Philosophy3
Queensland's Role in the 2019 Australian Federal Election: A case study of regional difference3
Maritime Disputes, Sovereignty and the Rules‐Based Order in East Asia3
The Challenges of Transitioning from Opposition to Government: Liberal Party Planning for Government 1983 - 19962
‘Filched from us …’ The Loss of Universal Manhood Suffrage in Queensland 1859-1863.*2
Australia and Assisted Immigration from Britain, 1945-1954*2
Asia's Regional Security Order: Rules, Power and Status2
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20192
From Women's History to Gender Relations Studies in Australia: The Decade Reviewed*2
“Because we all love our country”: Refugee and Asylum‐Seeking Children, Australian Policy‐Makers, and the Building of National Sentiment2
Assisted Emigration from Northern Germany to South Australia in the Nineteenth Century2
Queensland July to December 20192
Local Government Policy in Pama New Guinea from 1949 to 19732
New North‐Southeast Asia Security Links: Defending, Recentring, and Extending Regional Order2
Anti-Conservatism: Paul Hasluck and Liberal Development in Papua New Guinea1
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy January to June 20191
Power, Violence and the Politics of Hope: Global 1989 from Czechoslovakia to Hong Kong1
From Contestation to Autonomy: The Staging and Framing of Anti‐Hanson Contention1
Alice Springs: From Singing Wire to Iconic Outback Town1
From “Endemically Pro-Israel” to Unsympathetic: Australia's Middle East Policy, 1967-19721
The CPSU Elite: Turnover and Rejuvenation from Lenin to Khrushchev1
Indonesia's ‘Gestapu’: The View from Moscow and Peking1
Beyond the Non‐Interference Dilemma: The Indonesian Initiative on ASEAN Charter, Nargis Crisis and Regionalism1
“People the North”: Nation‐building in 1960s Australia1
Queensland January to June 20191
From an Italian Swiss Valley to Australia: A Study on Emigration and the Home Community1
Where Greens Support Conservatives: Lessons from the Rundle Minority Government in Tasmania 1996-981
THE WESTERN INTELLECTUAL TRADITION: From Leonardo to Hegel. By J. Bronowski and Bruce Mazlish1
Consensus Betrayed: Lessons from the 1959 Joint Committee on Constitutional Review*1
The Reagan Doctrine and the Lessons from the Afghan War1
Political Finance Regulation and Reform in New South Wales: Towards a Fairer System?1
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 20181
Maori Self‐Determination: Towards Differentiated Liberal Citizenship1
From Ambivalence to Influence: Australia and the Negotiation of the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty1
From the State of Nature to Evolution in John Stuart Mill1
From Missionary to Ministerial Adviser: Constance Duncan and Australia-Japan Relations 1922-19471
I, Diarist: Examining Australian Politics from the “Inside”1
A ‘Nazi’ Assessment of Australian Racial Policy from 19351
“It's God's plan to be here”: Displacement, Transit and Resettlement of Chin and Karenni Refugees to Australia1