Contemporary Southeast Asia

(The TQCC of Contemporary Southeast Asia is 6. 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.)
Insights from ASEAN´s Foreign Policy Co operation: The “ASEAN Way”, a Real Spirit or a Phantom?28
Blood, Sweat and Jihad: The Radicalization of the Political Discourse of the Pan‑Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) from 1982 Onwards24
Public Sector Reforms and Financial Transparency: Experiences from Indonesian Districts24
China´ s Performance in International Resource Politics: Lessons from the Mekong22
Local Elections and Party Politics in Post‑ Reformasi Indonesia: A View from Yogyakarta19
US Rapprochement with Indonesia: From Problem State to Partner16
Constitutional Politics in Southeast Asia: From Contestation to Constitutionalism?14
Southeast Asia in the US Rebalance: Perceptions from a Divided Region13
From ASEAN Six to ASEAN Ten: Issues and Prospects11
From Periphery to Centre: Local Government and the Emergence of Universal Healthcare in Indonesia11
From the Street to the Ballot Box: The July 2011 Elections and the Rise of Social Movements in Thailand11
Breaking the Mould: Japan´ s Subtle Shift from Exclusive Bilateralism to Modest Minilateralism10
Deconstructing the Palm Oil Industry Narrative in Indonesia: Evidence from Riau Province9
The Ethnic Security Dilemma: Evidence from Malaysia8
Japan-India Cooperation and Abe's Democratic Security Diamond: Possibilities, Limitations and the View from Southeast Asia8
From Dusk to Dawn? Maritime Domain Awareness in Southeast Asia8
Cells, Factions and Suicide Operatives: The Fragmentation of Militant Islamism in the Philippines Post-Marawi7
The Spratlys: From Dangerous Ground to Apple of Discord7
The Transformation of Vietnam´s World‑view: From Two Camps to Interdependence6
Economic Implications of Moslem Pilgrimage from Malaysia6
US Domestic Politics and America’s Withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for Southeast Asia6