Security Dialogue

(The median citation count of Security Dialogue is 2. 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.)
Racism and responsibility – The critical limits of deepfake methodology in security studies: A reply to Howell and Richter-Montpetit32
Seeing and unseeing Prevent’s racialized borders29
Saving the souls of white folk: Humanitarianism as white supremacy24
Women and checkpoints in Palestine20
Navigating vulnerabilities and masculinities: How gendered contexts shape the agency of male sexual violence survivors19
Governing border security infrastructures: Maintaining large-scale information systems15
Rethinking border walls as fluid meshworks14
Truth and consequences? Reconceptualizing the politics of exposure14
Resilience unwanted: Between control and cooperation in disaster response13
Policing the (migrant) crisis: Stuart Hall and the defence of whiteness12
Private military and security companies’ logos: Between camouflaging and corporate socialization12
Automating security infrastructures: Practices, imaginaries, politics11
Food as a weapon? The geopolitics of food and the Qatar–Gulf rift11
Racial militarism and civilizational anxiety at the imperial encounter: From metropole to the postcolonial state10
Threats, deportability and aid: The politics of refugee rentier states and regional stability10
Foucault and the birth of psychopolitics: Towards a genealogy of crisis governance9
Bringing the world back in: Revolutions and relations before and after the quantum event9
Resisting racial militarism: War, policing and the Black Panther Party9
The past shall not begin: Frozen seeds, extended presents and the politics of reversibility9
The war against vague threats: The redefinitions of imminent threat and anticipatory use of force9
The making of racialized subjects: Practices, history, struggles9
Withdrawing from politics? Gender, agency and women ex-fighters in Nepal9
The connections between crisis and war preparedness in Sweden9
The technological obstructions of asylum: Asylum seekers as forced techno-users and governing through disorientation9
Beyond ambivalence: Locating the whiteness of security8
A call to arms: Hero–villain narratives in US security discourse8
Rashomon in the Sahel: Conflict dynamics of security regionalism8
Policing with the drone: Towards an aerial geopolitics of security8
Making war safe for capitalism: The World Bank and its evolving interventions in conflict7
Resettling Afghan and Iraqi interpreters employed by Western armies: The Contradictions of the Migration–Security Nexus7
The militarization of digital surveillance in post-coup Zimbabwe: ‘Just don’t tell them what we do’7
Protracted crisis, food security and the fantasy of resilience in Sudan7
Hacking migration control: Repurposing and reprogramming deportability7
Assembling Israeli drone warfare: Loitering surveillance and operational sustainability6
The contingencies of whiteness: Gendered/racialized global dynamics of security narratives6
Security, sexuality, and the Gay Clown Putin meme: Queer theory and international responses to Russian political homophobia6
Reproducing the military and heteropatriarchal normal: Army Reserve service as serious leisure6
Agonistic security: Transcending (de/re)constructive divides in critical security studies6
Decolonizing the Responsibility to Protect: On pervasive Eurocentrism, Southern agency and struggles over universals6
Making amends: Towards an antiracist critical security studies and international relations6
Memoirs of women-in-conflict: Ugandan ex-combatants and the production of knowledge on security and peacebuilding5
Securitization of the unemployed and counter-conductive resistance in Tunisia5
The technopolitics of security: Agency, temporality, sovereignty5
Unmasking the racism of orthodox international relations/international political economy theory5
Global silences as privilege: The international community’s white silence on far-right terrorism4
Indigenous environmental perspectives: Challenging the oceanic security state4
Delivering life, delivering death: Reaper drones, hysteria and maternity4
Protective exclusion as a postcolonial strategy: Rethinking deportations and sovereignty in the Gambia4
Insecurity and the invisible: The challenge of spiritual (in)security4
The impact of (counter-)terrorism on public (in)security in Nigeria: A vernacular analysis4
Can securitization theory be saved from itself? A decolonial and feminist intervention4
The fabric of agency: Navigating human potentialities through introspection4
Time will tell: Defining violence in terrorism court cases4
Race and racism in critical security studies4
Eco-war tourism: Affective geographies, colonial durabilities and the militarization of conservation4
The ‘linguistic ceasefire’: Negotiating in an age of proscription4
Intelligence and radicalization in French prisons: Sociological analysis bottom-up3
Motioning the politics of security: The primacy of movement and the subject of security3
The triangle of security governance: Sovereignty, discipline and the ‘government of things’ in Olympic Rio de Janeiro3
Assessing threatening uncertainties: Counterterrorism and everyday practices of preemptive policing in Ghana3
Archiving as embodied research and security practice3
Racism! What do you mean? From Howell and Richter-Montpetit’s underestimation of the problem, towards situating security through struggle3
Rebel spirits at sea: Disrupting EUrope’s weaponizing of time in maritime migration governance3
Race, space, and ‘terror’: Notes from East Africa3
Trauma to self and other: Reflections on field research and conflict3
Qualifying deportation: How police translation of ‘dangerous foreign criminals’ led to expansive deportation practices in Spain3
The everydayness of spectacle violence under the Islamic Republic: ‘Fire at will’3
Networked security in the colonial present: Mapping infrastructures of digital surveillance and control in São Paulo2
Technical ecstasy: Network-centric warfare redux2
Conflicting visibilities: Police and politics among border migrants in Chile2
Dreaming biometrics in Niger: The security techniques of migration control in West Africa2
A call for abolition: The disavowal and displacement of race in critical security studies2
Eyes on the ground and eyes in the sky: Security narratives, participatory visual methods and knowledge production in ‘danger zones’2
Topologies of power in China’s grid-style social management during the COVID-19 pandemic2
Modular sovereignty and infrastructural power: The elusive materiality of international statebuilding2
Assembling prevention: Technology, expertise and control in postwar Guatemala2
Framing collective violence as war time: Temporality, circulation, resistance2
‘How dare she?!’: Parrhesiastic resistance and the logics of protection of/in international security2
Race, transnational militarism, and neocoloniality: The politics of the THAAD deployment in South Korea2
Strategic ignorance and the legitimation of remote warfare: The Hawija bombardments2
Security technology, urban prototyping, and the politics of failure2
Negotiating detention: The radical pragmatism of prison-based resistance in protracted conflicts2
Peace that antagonizes: Reading Colombia’s peace process as hegemonic crisis2
Critical privilege studies: Making visible the reproduction of racism in the everyday and international relations2
Expecting the exceptional in the everyday: Policing global transportation hubs2