(The TQCC of Geopolitics is 11. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Missing from the Map: Chinese Exceptionalism, Sovereignty Regimes and the Belt Road Initiative62
From Geopolitical to Geoeconomic? The Changing Political Rationalities of State Space53
Deportation and the Micropolitics of Exclusion: The Rise of Removals from the UK to Sri Lanka51
The Rise of Energy to the Top of the EU-Russia Agenda: From Interdependence to Dependence?48
From geopolitics to geoeconomics: Transnational state effects in the borderlands48
Representing Mountains: From Local and National to Global Common Good45
Borderscapes: From Border Landscapes to Border Aesthetics44
Introduction: The Rise of Geopolitics in the EU’s Approach in its Eastern Neighbourhood42
Geopolitical Reverberations of US Migrant Detention and Deportation: The View from Ecuador42
Pipeline Geopolitics: Subaquatic Materials and the Tactical Point40
From free oil to ‘freedom oil’: terrorism, war and US Geopolitics in the Persian Gulf37
Introduction to the Special Issue: Subterranean Geopolitics37
The Geopoliticisation of the EU’s Eastern Partnership30
Re-Examining Sovereignty Claims in Changing Territorialities: Reflections from ‘Kosovo Syndrome’28
The EU’s Botched Geopolitical Approach to External Energy Policy: The Case of the Southern Gas Corridor27
From Evropa to Gayropa: A Critical Geopolitics of the European Union as Seen from Russia26
Small Screen IR: A Tentative Typology of Geopolitical Television21
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and the CommonMediterranean Strategy? European Union Policy from a Discursive Perspective20
Change and Continuity in the European Neighbourhood Policy: The Ukraine Crisis as a Critical Juncture19
The Ukraine Crisis as a Conflict over Europe’s Political, Economic and Security Order17
Deep Routeing and the Making of ‘Maritime Motorways’: Beyond Surficial Geographies of Connection for Governing Global Shipping16
The Geopolitics of Renewables in Kazakhstan and Russia16
Making Sense of Borderscapes: Space, Imagination and Experience15
Expressions of American White Ethnonationalism in Support for “Blue Lives Matter”15
Liberal Empire, Geopolitics and EU Strategy: Norms and Interests in European Foreign Policy Making15
Geopolitics and Ice Humanities: Elemental, Metaphorical and Volumetric Reverberations14
Introduction: Engaging Geopolitics through the Lens of the Intimate14
Laughing about It: Emotional and Affective Spaces of Humour in the Geopolitics of Migration13
Geoeconomic Relations Between the EU and China: The Lessons From the EU Weapon Embargo and From Galileo13
From Territory to Rights: New Foundations for Conceptualising Indigenous Sovereignty13
China in Panama: From Peripheral Diplomacy to Grand Strategy13
Environmental Geopolitics and Outer Space13
From Smart Borders to Perimeter Security: The Expansion of Digital Surveillance at the Canadian Borders12
From Geo-Strategy to Geo-Economics: The ‘Heartland’ and British Imperialism Before and After MacKinder12
Defined by the Flood: Alarmism and the Legal Thresholds of US Political Asylum12
Empirical Verve, Conceptual Doubts: Looking from the Outside in at Critical Geopolitics11
Insurgent Peace: Community-Led Peacebuilding of Indigenous Peoples in Sagada, Philippines11
Leading from Behind – American Exceptionalism and President Obama’s Post-American Vision of Hegemony11
From Sovereignty to Imperium: Borders, Frontiers and the Specter of Neo-Imperialism11
New Narratives from the EU External Border – Humane Refoulement?11