(The TQCC of Politics is 8. 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.)
Rescaling and Responsibilising the Politics of Urban Resilience: From National Security to Local Place-Making80
The measurement of populist attitudes: Testing cross-national scales using item response theory42
From ‘Rogue’ to ‘Failed’ States? The Fallacy of Short-termism38
Lessons from Westeros: Gender and power in Game of Thrones35
State transformation and populism: From the internationalized to the neo-sovereign state?30
Does Inter-Group Deliberation Foster Inter-Group Appreciation? Evidence from Two Experiments in Belgium26
Antecedents of internal political efficacy incidental news exposure online and the mediating role of political discussion25
When balance of power meets globalization: China, India and the small states of South Asia23
The Modalities of Iranian Soft Power: From Cultural Diplomacy to Soft War19
Majority acceptance of vaccination and mandates across the political spectrum in Australia18
Elite Interviewing in a Divided Society: Lessons from Northern Ireland18
Popular democratic perception matters for political trust in authoritarian regimes18
From Brochureware to ‘MyBo’: An Overview of Online Elections and Campaigning17
Public Support for Expert Decision-Making: Evidence from Finland16
The influence of various measures of health on different types of political participation13
When less is more: ‘Negative resources’ and the performance of presidents and prime ministers13
Meta-deliberation: everyday acts of critical reflection in deliberative systems13
The ‘State of the Art’ in EU Studies: From Politics to Interdisciplinarity (and Back Again?)12
Neoliberal governmentality and the (de)politicisation of LGBT rights: The case of the European Union in Turkey11
Opening up the debate over ‘non-western’ international relations11
Bringing the outside in: The limits of theoretical fragmentation and pluralism in IR theory10
Academic publishing and open access: Costs, benefits and options for publishing research10
From Political Neutrality to Political Wisdom10
The Politics of Resilience from a Practitioner's Perspective: An Interview with Helen Braithwaite OBE9
Gender, gendered personality traits and radical right populist voting9
Explaining the Australian marriage equality vote: An aggregate-level analysis9
Othering as soft-power discursive practice: China Daily’s construction of Trump’s America in the 2016 presidential election9
The Human Rights Act and Juridification: Saving Democracy from Law9
The Europeanness of the 2019 European Parliament elections and the mobilising power of European issues8
All on the same boat? Voting for pirate parties in comparative perspective8
Misguided Policies in the War on Terror? The Case for Disentangling Terrorist Financing from Money Laundering8
Legislative turnover and its sources: It’s the selection8
Fall from Grace: South Africa and the Changing International Order8
Does political discourse matter? Comparing party positions and public attitudes on immigration in England8
Politics of power: Engaging with the structure-agency debate from a class-based perspective8