(The TQCC of Survival 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.)
European Defence Policy from Lisbon to Libya37
From Oslo to Taba: What Went Wrong?36
Japan's changing China policy: From commercial liberalism to reluctant realism30
America's Role in Nation-building: From Germany to Iraq28
The US–China Trade War and China's Strategic Future27
A China–Russia Condominium over Eurasia27
From Pablo to Osama: Counter-terrorism Lessons from the War on Drugs26
America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy26
Sovereignty, intervention and peacekeeping: the view from Beijing25
Sino-American strategic relations: from partners to competitors22
From Wuhan to the World: How the Pandemic Will Reshape Geopolitics21
The European Convention and EU Foreign Policy: Learning from Failure19
The Huawei Affair and China's Technology Ambitions18
The Once and Future Liberal Order17
Hypersonic Weapons and Strategic Stability13
Deterrence from the Ground Up: Understanding NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence13
Globalisation, Populism and the Decline of the Welfare State12
War of the Future: A View from Russia9
From Vietnam to Desert Fox: civil-military relations in modern democracies9
Should We Stay or Should We Go? The United States and the Middle East9
From San Francisco to Sarajevo: The UN and the use of force8
The Competing Logics of EU Security and Defence8
Assertive China: Irredentism or Expansionism?8
Lessons from Basra: The Future of British Counter-insurgency8
Artificial Intelligence and Nuclear Command and Control8
Securing Europe’s Economic Sovereignty8
Europe and the Liberal Order8
Nuclear weapons and the 'new world order': early warning from Asia?7
Decentralising Ukraine: Geopolitical Implications7
Coercing Saddam Hussein: lessons from the past7
Brexit and Nostalgia7
Right-wing Extremism and the Terrorist Threat7
Iran’s Military Strategy7
Moving away from MAD6
New type military school6
Mad Momentum Redux? The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Arms Control6
The UAE and the War in Yemen: From Surge to Recalibration6
Three Faces of Russia’s Neo-Eurasianism6
Iran: from reform to revolution?5
Debating Nuclear No-first-use, Again5
Nuclear Weapons in Europe: No exit from ambivalence5
The Demise of the Global Liberal Order5
From nuclear deterrence to graduated conflict control5
Visions of Omani Reform5
North Korea's Bounded Rationality4
The UN's role in nation-building: From the Belgian Congo to Iraq4
Towards a More Prudent American Grand Strategy4
Cyber War and Nuclear Peace4
China’s Curious Nonchalance Towards the Indo-Pacific4
Missile Defence Myopia: Lessons from the Iraq War4
Is America Prepared for Great- power Competition?4
Nord Stream II and Europe’s Strategic Autonomy4
Strategic Narratives and US Surrogate Warfare4
From Preemption to Engagement4
China’s Realism in the Middle East4
Populism in Europe: What Scholarship Tells Us4
From the End of History to the Retreat of Liberalism3
Shaky Foundations: The‘Intellectual Architecture’of Trump’s China Policy3
Subversion, Statecraft and Liberal Democracy3
The case for ending nuclear tests3
Will Ukraine Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory?3
Populism or Embedded Plutocracy? The Emerging World Order3
Chernobyl: A‘Normal’ Accident?3
A critique of defence thinking3
The Terrorist Threat from Pakistan3
Building Franco-German Consensus on Arms Exports3
Assessing Cyber Power3
From Boom to Bust to Flight2
After His Holiness: Tibet, Reincarnation Politics and the Future of Sino-Indian Relations2
Decisive Response: A New Nuclear Strategy for NATO2
The Winners and Losers from International Trade2
Defence, disarmament and Christian decisions2
The AWACS debate2
The twin essentials of limited war2
Removing Nuclear Weapons from Turkey2
Arms, Influence and the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons2
Will Brexit Change the EU’s Foreign Policy?2
Nuclear winter: The view from the US defense department2
Interview with Khrushchev2
The delicate balance of terror2
Nuclear weapons: From marginalisation to elimination?2
Notes from Tahrir Square2
How to Win Friends and Influence Development: Optimising US Foreign Assistance2
Europe’s Struggle in the Fraying Transatlantic Order2
Flexible strategic options and deterrence2
Deterrence from the Sea2
Limited and Nuclear war2
France's missile programme1
Soviet draft treaty on outer space1
Preparedness and peace1
‐ And the cost of defence1
A view from Japan1
Foreign policy and Christian conscience1
A Near-consensus: Israel’s Security Establishment and the Two-state Solution1
Russia’s Search for a Place in Europe1
The profession of arms1
The Blurring of War and Peace1
Can America fight a limited nuclear war?1
Germ and chemical warfare1
Israel’s Four Fronts1
Kinds of counterforce1
Limited war: Conventional or nuclear?1
The means short of war1
From Defence to security: British policy in transition1
Hope Deferred: Russia from 1991 to 20211
Controlling the atom menace1
A note from the editor1
The Middle East1
From coexistence to interdependence1
What Kind of Japan? Tokyo’s Strategic Options in a Contested Asia1
Prospects for arms control in Europe1
Rethinking Turkey’s ‘Rapprochements’: Trouble with Germany and Beyond1
Low‐intensity conflict1
Euroscepticism and the European Elections1
Sword and shield1
Modern war—a Russian view1
Disarmament or ‘balance of terror’1
Nicaragua's permanent crisis: Ruling from above and below1
Implementing Safe Areas: Lessons from History1
The Perspective from Pyongyang: Limits of Compromise1
The future of the submarine1
Coercing Saddam Hussein: lessons from the past1
A European nuclear deterrent?1
China and super‐power relations1
Christ-loving Diplomats: Russian Ecclesiastical Diplomacy in Syria1
Comment on the communique1
The Ebb and Flow of International Orders1
What kind of deterrent?1
From presence to American intervention1
The situation of India1
The great antagonism1
What is local war?1
Crisis in Poland1