Washington Quarterly

(The TQCC of Washington Quarterly is 3. 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.)
From wheels to webs: Reconstructing Asia‐pacific security arrangements33
The Changing Fundamentals of US-China Relations29
The Failures of the ‘Failure of Engagement’ with China24
From Wealth to Power: China's New Economic Statecraft22
Economic Statecraft in the Age of Trump21
Pakistan's Counterterrorism Strategy: Separating Friends from Enemies19
Continuous regime change from within16
Sierra leone: The state that came back from the dead14
How to Think about Potentially Decoupling from China14
Soviet Military Theory from 1945–2000: Implications for NATO13
Advice for a Dark Age: Managing Great Power Competition11
Negotiating with Iran: Reflections from Personal Experience11
Extended Conventional Deterrence: In from the Cold and Out of the Nuclear Fire?10
NATO and central and eastern Europe: From liaison to security partnership10
Turkey's Eroding Commitment to NATO: From Identity to Interests8
A view from Brazil6
India and China: A Managed Nuclear Rivalry?6
Why and How to Succeed at Network Diplomacy6
Addressing the Nuclear Ban Treaty6
Taking Foreign Policy Away from the Feds6
China, NATO, and the Pitfall of Empty Engagement6
Flagrant Foul: China’s Predatory Liberalism and the NBA5
Is Cyber Strategy Possible?5
On Creating the Conditions for Nuclear Disarmament: Past Lessons, Future Prospects5
Whither ISIS? Insights from Insurgent Responses to Decline4
Three Visions of International Order4
Defensive Defense: A Better Way to Protect US Allies in Asia4
Europe’s Authoritarian Challenge4
From Affirmative to Assertive Patriots: Nationalism in Xi Jinping’s China4
Great Expectations: Asking Too Much of the US-India Strategic Partnership4
Building Confidence and Security in Europe: The Road to and from Stockholm3
Why killers should go free: Lessons from South Africa3
Hedging Our Bets: Why Does Nuclear Latency Matter?3
Four Decades of Nuclear Nonproliferation: Some Lessons from Wins, Losses, and Draws3
Japan: from Muddle to Model?3
Will Europe Get Its Own Bomb?3
Defending against anarchy: From war to peacekeeping in Afghanistan3
Practical Negotiating Lessons from INF3