Pacific Review

(The TQCC of Pacific Review is 12. 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.)
Ideas, identity, and institution‐building: From the ‘ASEAN way’ to the ‘Asia‐Pacific way'?182
Constructing an ‘East Asian’ concept and growing regional identity: from EAEC to ASEAN+378
State intervention and neoliberalism in the globalizing world economy: lessons from Singapore's regionalization programme60
The Belt & Road Initiative and China’s influence in Southeast Asia43
Political space in Vietnam: a view from the ‘rice-roots'42
Judicialization of politics or politicization of the judiciary? Considerations from recent events in Thailand35
In defence of FTAs: from purity to pragmatism in East Asia31
ASEAN and regional governance after the Cold War: from regional order to regional community?29
From national development to economic diplomacy? Governing Singapore's sovereign wealth funds28
China's dual strategy of coercion and inducement towards ASEAN23
Japan's changing conception of the ASEAN Regional Forum: from an optimistic liberal to a pessimistic realist perspective22
Japan's security policy: from a peace state to an international state21
The North Korean abduction issue: emotions, securitisation and the reconstruction of Japanese identity from ‘aggressor’ to ‘victim’ and from ‘pacifist’ to ‘normal’21
Minilateral security's relevance to US strategy in the Indo-Pacific: challenges and prospects21
Competitive partners in development financing: China and Japan expanding overseas infrastructure investment20
The belt and road initiative in Southwest China: responses from Yunnan province20
Contested multilateralism 2.0 and regional order transition: causes and implications19
From developmental to regulatory state? Japan's new financial regulatory system18
ASEAN sceptics versus ASEAN proponents: evaluating regional institutions18
From development to development cooperation: foreign aid, country ownership, and the developmental state in South Korea17
Japan’s strategic contrast: continuing influence despite relative power decline in Southeast Asia17
The future of regional liquidity arrangements in East Asia: lessons from the global financial crisis16
Approaching Islam and politics from political economy: a comparative study of Indonesia and Malaysia15
China, the BRICS, and the limitations of reshaping global economic governance15
Japan’s approach toward Asian regional security: from ‘hub-and-spoke’ bilateralism to ‘multi-tiered’15
Asia's competing multilateral initiatives: quality versus quantity15
The US, Japan, and trade liberalization: from bilateralism to regional multilateralism to regionalism+15
South Korea under the United States–China rivalry: dynamics of the economic-security nexus in trade policymaking15
The politics of Chinese tourism in South Korea: political economy, state-society relations, and international security14
ASEAN intervention in Cambodia: from Cold War to conditionality13
Japan and TPP/TPP-11: opening black box of domestic political alignment for proactive economic diplomacy in face of ‘Trump Shock’13
From ambiguity to contestation: discourse(s) of non-traditional security in the ASEAN community12
The state as a patient capitalist: growth and transformation of Indonesia’s development financiers12
Environmental regionalism: moving in from the policy margins12
The nexus of security and economic hedging: Vietnam’s strategic response to Japan–China infrastructure financing competition12
China–ASEAN economic relations after establishment of free trade area12
From commitment to compliance: ASEAN's human rights regression?12
Rescuing constructivism from the constructivists: a critical reading of constructivist interventions in Southeast Asian security12
Australia and New Zealand recalibrate their China policies: convergence and divergence12