Pacific Review

(The TQCC of Pacific Review is 4. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The free and open Indo-Pacific versus the belt and road: spheres of influence and Sino-Japanese relations20
Chinese financial statecraft in Southeast Asia: an analysis of China’s infrastructure provision in Malaysia19
Adoption, accommodation or opposition? - regional powers respond to American-led Indo-Pacific strategy16
Challenges to ASEAN centrality and hedging in connectivity governance—regional and national pressure points15
(Re)producing the ‘history problem’: memory, identity and the Japan-South Korea trade dispute14
Norm contestation, statecraft and the South China Sea: defending maritime order11
Japan and the new Indo-Pacific order: the rise of an entrepreneurial power11
Bolstering middle power standing: South Korea's response to U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy from Trump to Biden9
Trajectories to becoming international relations actors in china’s BRI initiative: a comparative study of the Guangdong and Yunnan provinces9
Japan’s strategic response to China’s geo-economic presence: quality infrastructure as a diplomatic tool9
China–Pakistan cooperation on Afghanistan: assessing key interests and implementing strategies8
Economic statecraft, interdependence, and Sino-Japanese ‘rivalry’8
Small states and competing connectivity strategies: what explains Bangladesh’s success in relations with Asia’s major powers?8
How does Indonesia exercise agency in the contested and complex regional environment?7
Unpacking the dynamics of weak states’ agency6
Balancing effectiveness with geo-economic interests in multilateral development banks: the design of the AIIB, ADB and the World Bank in a comparative perspective6
Constructing rights in Taiwan: the feminist factor, democratization, and the quest for global citizenship6
China’s contestation of the liberal international order6
Having much in common? Changes and continuity in Beijing’s Taiwan policy5
The human rights gap in the Taiwan Strait: how China pushes Taiwan towards the US5
Beyond infrastructure: re-thinking China’s foreign direct investment in Malaysia5
Examining ASEAN’s effectiveness in managing South China Sea disputes5
Shades of grey: riskification and hedging in the Indo-Pacific5
Embryonic forms of private environmental governance in Northeast Asia5
Indonesian diplomats’ and foreign policy scholars’ perceptions and their implications on Indonesian foreign ministry bureaucratic responses to a rising China5
Middle powers amid Sino-U.S. rivalry: assessing the ‘good regional citizenship’ of Australia and Indonesia4
Delayed ratification in environmental regimes: Indonesia’s ratification of the ASEAN agreement on transboundary haze pollution4
Indo-Pacific Powers: Internalization, Interpretation, and Implementation of International Law4
Disaster governance and prospects of inter-regional partnership in the Asia-Pacific4
India and order transition in the Indo-Pacific: resisting the Quad as a ‘security community’4
‘Aid with Chinese characteristics’: competitive and/or complementary?4
Balance of power, balance of alignment, and China’s role in the regional order transition4
Conditioning a stable sustainability fix of ‘ungreen’ infrastructure in Indonesia: transnational alliances, compromise, and state’s strategic selectivity4
Saving people or saving face? Four narratives of regional humanitarian order in Southeast Asia4
Uneasy embrace: Vietnam’s responses to the U.S. Free and Open Indo-Pacific strategy amid U.S.–China rivalry4
Selling "independent foreign policy" amid the US–China rivalry: populism and Philippine foreign policy under the Duterte government4
Indonesia’s hedging plus policy in the face of China’s rise and the US-China rivalry in the Indo-Pacific region4
Keeping the peace in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the quest for positive peace4
International order transition and US-China strategic competition in the indo pacific4
Paradiplomacy as a response to international isolation: the case of Taiwan4
The gift of health: Cuba’s development assistance in the Pacific4
From Kyoto to Glasgow: is Japan a climate leader?4
ASEAN’s role expectations and the diffusion of common but differentiated responsibilities principle in the climate change context4
China’s rise, institutional balancing, and (possible) peaceful order transition in the Asia pacific4
To escape or embrace reactors? the politics of nuclear phase-out in Germany and South Korea4
Navigating between China and Japan: Indonesia and economic hedging4