Communist and Post-Communist Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Communist and Post-Communist Studies is 3. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Solidarity and Implications of a Leaderless Movement in Hong Kong25
Five Demands and (Not Quite) Beyond22
“Democracy Is Not for Everyone”14
Practicing Autonomy within a Communist State10
Killing Politics Softly10
Legitimizing Putin’s Regime7
Varieties of Digital Authoritarianism6
The Role of “Resources” in Regime Durability in Laos6
China’s Power in Its Strategic Energy Partnership with the Eurasian Economic Union6
Anti-Communism as Ideology5
The Political Economy of Autocratization5
Explaining Public Participation in Anti-authoritarian Protests in Hong Kong5
Coercive Labor in the Cotton Harvest in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and Uzbekistan5
Using the Pandemic as a Pretext5
The Extended Family5
Europe in Georgia’s Identity Discourse5
Social Class and Ethnocentric Worldviews4
What Is behind Anti-Corruption?4
Deepening the State4
Who Is Purged? Determinants of Elite Purges in North Korea4
The “Techno-Turn” of China’s Official Discourse on Nationalism4
Class Analysis as Systemic Critique4
Coronavirus Pandemic Response and Voter Choice4
Friendship in Chinese International Relations4
To Compete or to Cooperate4
“I Have Always thought that, If I Am Poor, I’m Also Supposed to Study Poorly”4
Understanding Weak Local Governance in the Neoliberal City through the Case of Skopje 20143
Class, Conflict, and Power between Hegemony and Critical Knowledge3
The Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic Perceptions on Voter Turnout in the Czech Republic3
Contending Chinese Perspectives on China-Russia Military Partnership3
Emotional Splits and Psychologization3
Empire Loyalism and Nationalism in Ukraine and Ireland3
The Modern Regency3
Against Putin and Corruption, for Navalny and the “Revolution”?3
LGBT Russians and Political Environment for Activism3
Introduction to the Special Issue on Eurasian Continuities3
Organizational Strength and Authoritarian Durability in Cambodia3
Authoritarian Hegemonic Masculinities and Gendered Rhetorics of the Protest3
Transformation of Civil Society in Poland under the United Right Government3
Chinism and the Future of the World3
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