European Security

(The TQCC of European Security is 7. 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 European Commission’s new role in EU security and defence cooperation: the case of the European Defence Fund37
The when, what, where and why of European Union sanctions28
Digital/sovereignty and European security integration: an introduction27
Digital sovereignty and taking back control: from regulatory capitalism to regulatory mercantilism in EU cybersecurity26
The EU’s hegemonic imaginaries: from European strategic autonomy in defence to technological sovereignty20
Speaking sovereignty: the EU in the cyber domain18
Introduction: shades of contestation and politicisation of CFSP17
Artificial intelligence and EU security: the false promise of digital sovereignty17
Digital sovereignty, geopolitical imaginaries, and the reproduction of European identity16
Border security and the digitalisation of sovereignty: insights from EU borderwork15
The post-Lisbon high representatives: an introduction15
European nuclear weapons? Zombie debates and nuclear realities15
Shaping the European External Action Service and its post-Lisbon crisis management structures:an assessment of the EU High Representatives’ political leadership14
External and domestic political determinants of defence spending: a time-series cross-section analysis of EU member states13
It's security stupid! Politicisation of the EU’s relations with its neighbours12
The EU, sanctions and regional leadership12
Leaderisation in foreign policy: performing the role of EU High Representative11
A revolution in military learning? Cross-functional teams and knowledge transformation by lessons-learned processes11
Redrawing borders, reshaping orders: Russia’s quest for dominance in the Black Sea region11
German views on US nuclear weapons in Europe: public and elite perspectives10
Looking towards the East: the High Representative’s role in EU foreign policy on Kosovo and Ukraine10
Contesting procedural norms: the impact of politicisation on European foreign policy cooperation10
“And now we’re facing that reality too”: Brexit, ontological security, and intergenerational anxiety in the Irish border region9
What is at stake in the information sphere? Anxieties about malign information influence among ordinary Swedes9
Copying in EU security and defence policies: the case of EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia9
The hybrid role of the High Representative in the security and defence field: more in 10 months than in the 10 years?9
Cyber conflict short of war: a European strategic vacuum8
The High Representative and directoires in European foreign policy: the case of the nuclear negotiations with Iran8
OSCE mediation strategies in Eastern Ukraine and Nagorno-Karabakh: a comparative analysis8
Contradictory migration management? Differentiated security approaches to visa overstay and irregular border crossings in the European Union8
Between human rights and security concerns: politicisation of EU-Turkey and EU-Libya agreements on migration in national parliaments8
Interpreting cyber-energy-security events: experts, social imaginaries, and policy discourses around the 2016 Ukraine blackout8
Who says what: members of the European Parliament and irregular migration in the parliamentary debates8
Shifting articulations of space and security: boundary work in European space policy making7
Formatting European security integration through database interoperability7
How much unity do you need? Systemic contestation in EU foreign and security cooperation7
From Finlandisation and post-Finlandisation to the end of Finlandisation? Finland’s road to a NATO application7