Journal of Peace Research

(The TQCC of Journal of Peace Research is 21. 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 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Organized violence, 1989–2018 and peace agreements187
Organized violence, 1989–2019158
ViEWS: A political violence early-warning system59
Tracking organizations in the world: The Correlates of War IGO Version 3.0 datasets52
Violence, displacement, contact, and attitudes toward hosting refugees40
Responding to sexual violence: Women’s mobilization in war39
Motivation and opportunity for conflict-induced migration: An analysis of Syrian migration timing38
From protection to persecution: Threat environment and refugee scapegoating36
Blame the victims? Refugees, state capacity, and non-state actor violence35
Ideology and armed conflict34
Refugees, ethnic power relations, and civil conflict in the country of asylum33
Mapping blue helmets: Introducing the Geocoded Peacekeeping Operations (Geo-PKO) dataset31
Fratricide in rebel movements: A network analysis of Syrian militant infighting30
Electoral contention and violence (ECAV): A new dataset30
On climate and conflict: Precipitation decline and communal conflict in Ethiopia and Kenya28
Introducing the Historical Varieties of Democracy dataset: Political institutions in the long 19th century27
Introducing PA-X: A new peace agreement database and dataset27
Ethics, empathy, and fear in research on violent conflict26
Carrots and sticks: Experimental evidence of vote-buying and voter intimidation in Guatemala25
Refugees, forced migration, and conflict: Introduction to the special issue25
Peace agreement design and public support for peace: Evidence from Colombia24
A persuasive peace: Syrian refugees’ attitudes towards compromise and civil war termination23
Conflict negotiations and rebel leader selection22
Intimidating voters with violence and mobilizing them with clientelism21
‘If a fight starts, watch the crowd’: The effect of violence on popular support for social movements21
Obstruction and intimidation of peacekeepers: How armed actors undermine civilian protection efforts21
Camp settlement and communal conflict in sub-Saharan Africa21