European Security

(The TQCC of European Security is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The European Commission’s new role in EU security and defence cooperation: the case of the European Defence Fund22
The when, what, where and why of European Union sanctions21
Digital/sovereignty and European security integration: an introduction16
European nuclear weapons? Zombie debates and nuclear realities15
Military operations and the EU’s identity as an international security actor14
Digital sovereignty and taking back control: from regulatory capitalism to regulatory mercantilism in EU cybersecurity13
The post-Lisbon high representatives: an introduction13
Introduction: shades of contestation and politicisation of CFSP11
Speaking sovereignty: the EU in the cyber domain11
A revolution in military learning? Cross-functional teams and knowledge transformation by lessons-learned processes11
Leaderisation in foreign policy: performing the role of EU High Representative11
Shaping the European External Action Service and its post-Lisbon crisis management structures:an assessment of the EU High Representatives’ political leadership11
Show them the flag: status ambitions and recognition in small state coalition warfare10
Border security and the digitalisation of sovereignty: insights from EU borderwork10
Defense planning in the fog of peace: the transatlantic currency conversion conundrum9
The EU, sanctions and regional leadership9
The hybrid role of the High Representative in the security and defence field: more in 10 months than in the 10 years?9
What is at stake in the information sphere? Anxieties about malign information influence among ordinary Swedes9
The EU’s hegemonic imaginaries: from European strategic autonomy in defence to technological sovereignty9
Digital sovereignty, geopolitical imaginaries, and the reproduction of European identity9
A small state’s anticipation of institutional change: effects of the looming Brexit in the areas of the CSDP and internal market8
Redrawing borders, reshaping orders: Russia’s quest for dominance in the Black Sea region8
It's security stupid! Politicisation of the EU’s relations with its neighbours8
External and domestic political determinants of defence spending: a time-series cross-section analysis of EU member states8
Looking towards the East: the High Representative’s role in EU foreign policy on Kosovo and Ukraine8
Contesting procedural norms: the impact of politicisation on European foreign policy cooperation8
Artificial intelligence and EU security: the false promise of digital sovereignty7
German views on US nuclear weapons in Europe: public and elite perspectives7
The High Representative and directoires in European foreign policy: the case of the nuclear negotiations with Iran7
Unity in the face of threat? Exploring the empirical relationship between strategic threat perceptions and public support for a common European army in Germany7
Between human rights and security concerns: politicisation of EU-Turkey and EU-Libya agreements on migration in national parliaments6
Who says what: members of the European Parliament and irregular migration in the parliamentary debates6
From “partnership” to “principled pragmatism”: tracing the discursive practices of the High Representatives in the EU’s relations with the Southern Mediterranean6
Copying in EU security and defence policies: the case of EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia6
In the EDTIB we trust(?)6