Cooperation and Conflict

Papers
(The TQCC of Cooperation and Conflict is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Emplacing the spatial turn in peace and conflict studies19
The visual international politics of the European refugee crisis: Tragedy, humanitarianism, borders16
Incredibly loud and extremely silent: Feminist foreign policy on Twitter14
The spatial-relational challenge: Emplacing the spatial turn in peace and conflict studies13
The performance and persistence of transitional justice and its ways of knowing atrocity13
The long march through the institutions: Emerging powers and the staffing of international organizations11
Unruly wives in the household: Toward feminist genealogies for peace research10
Speaking of hybrid warfare: Multiple narratives and differing expertise in the ‘hybrid warfare’ debate in Czechia10
Problematizing norms of heritage and peace: Militia mobilization and violence in Iraq10
The use of humour in diplomatic tweets: The affiliative potential of ridicule9
International emotional resonance: Explaining transatlantic economic sanctions against Russia8
Societal multiplicity for international relations: Engaging societal interaction in building global governance from below8
Gendering the military past: Understanding heritage and security from a feminist perspective8
The spatial turn, reification and relational epistemologies in ‘knowing about’ security and peace8
Reciprocal institutional visibility: Youth, peace and security and ‘inclusive’ agendas at the United Nations8
Introduction: The international of everything7
Abjection, materiality and ontological security: A study of the unfinished Church of Christ the Saviour in Pristina7
The EU’s hegemonic interventions in the South Caucasus: Constructing ‘civil’ society, depoliticising human rights?7
Stereotyped images and role dissonance in the foreign policy of right-wing populist leaders: Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump6
Conflict transition, emplaced identity and the gendered politics of scale in Solomon Islands6
Displaced security? The relationships, routines and rhythms of peacebuilding interveners6
Cultural heritage as status seeking: The international politics of Turkey’s restoration wave6
Regional international organizations in Africa as recipients of foreign aid: Why are some more attractive to donors than others?6
A processual framework for analysing liberal policy interventions in conflict contexts6
In defence of common values: The Finnish EU Council Presidency 20196
Rebuilding Mosul: Public opinion on foreign-led heritage reconstruction6
When is a justice campaign over? Transitional justice, ‘overing’ and Bloody Sunday5
What makes them tick: Challenging the impersonal ethos in International Relations5
Affect, practice, and change: Dancing world politics at the Congress of Vienna5
What’s the point of being a discipline? Four disciplinary strategies and the future of International Relations5
Disciplinary power: Text and body in the Swedish NATO debate5
How can documents speak about practices? Practice tracing, the Wikileaks cables, and diplomatic culture5
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