Third World Quarterly

(The H4-Index of Third World Quarterly is 18. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
The cognitive empire, politics of knowledge and African intellectual productions: reflections on struggles for epistemic freedom and resurgence of decolonisation in the twenty-first century62
The ‘Global South’ in the study of world politics: examining a meta category52
The myth of ‘debt-trap diplomacy’ and realities of Chinese development finance50
Race and a decolonial turn in development studies47
Populism, violence and authoritarian stability: necropolitics in Turkey35
Narrating an ideal migration world? An analysis of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration31
Iran’s strategic culture: the ‘revolutionary’ and ‘moderation’ narratives on the ballistic missile programme26
An inquiry into the digitisation of border and migration management: performativity, contestation and heterogeneous engineering26
EU migration management in the Sahel: unintended consequences on the ground in Niger?25
New drivers of conflict in Nigeria: an analysis of the clashes between farmers and pastoralists24
A just alternative to litigation: applying restorative justice to climate-related loss and damage23
A Thirdspace approach to the ‘Global South’: insights from the margins of a popular category21
Refugee return and fragmented governance in the host state: displaced Syrians in the face of Lebanon’s divided politics20
Ad hoc coalitions and institutional exploitation in international security: towards a typology19
Refugee commodification: the diffusion of refugee rent-seeking in the Global South18
Understanding oscillations in Turkish foreign policy: pathways to unusual middle power activism18
The rise of the Global South and the rise in carbon emissions18
Building on the ruins of empire: the Uganda Railway and the LAPSSET corridor in Kenya18