India Review

Papers
(The TQCC of India Review is 1. 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
Shadow of the pandemic and the Beleaguered Liberal-Democratic Script in India6
Economic distress amidst political success: India’s economic policy under Modi, 2014-20196
The debate between secularism and Hindu nationalism – how India’s textbooks have become the government’s medium for political communication6
The rise of Hindu nationalism in historical perspective5
Risks and resilience: COVID-19 response and disaster management policies in India5
Beyond consent: Surveillance capitalism and politics in the data state5
India-Pakistan hydroelectricity issues: “questions” “differences” and “disputes”4
Hacked IT superpower: how India secures its cyberspace as a rising digital democracy4
Remembering, forgetting and memorialising: 1947, 1971 and the state of memory studies in South Asia3
Special Issue on Partition – IR 21(3) – Guest Editor Introduction3
Indian foreign policy as public history: globalist, pragmatist and Hindutva imaginations3
Postage stamps as sites of public history in South Asia: an intervention3
India-US-Russia dynamics in the Trump era3
Ideological positioning in the representation of borders: an analysis of recent Hindi films2
Understanding India’s increased counter terrorism relations with Saudi Arabia and the UAE2
Cities in crisis: examining the pandemic through urban planning and state capacity2
Party systems and public goods: the dynamics of good governance in the Indian states2
Economic nationalism and India-US trade relations during the Modi-Trump years1
Language, religion, and identity: Hindi and Urdu in colonial and post-colonial India1
Mapping the “Indian plutonomy”: The political economy of rise and growth of the superrich in India1
Locusts vs. the gigantic octopus: the Hindutva international and “Akhand Bharat” in V.D. Savarkar’s history of India1
Is the liberal media dead?: A critical analysis of Modi’s Government and the performance of Indian Media1
US retreat, Indian reform: multilateralism under Trump and Modi1
India’s diplomatic discourse and development dilemma in the international climate change regime1
India and the soft power rubric: the relevance of migrants, students, visitors and movies1
Introduction1
Policing the Liberal democratic state in a pandemic: Public safety, state overreach, and the creation of order1
Conceptualizing India’s response to the belt and road initiative: from norms to balancing strategies1
The changing nature of dominant castes: a case study of caste-based identity construction in Varanasi1
Internationalizing the Kashmir dispute: an analysis of India and Pakistan’s statements at the United Nations General Assembly1
An action-reaction cycle in the Sino-Indian rivalry?1
With a little help from China: the Trump administration and the reinvigoration of the Quad1
Winning big: The political logic of winning elections with large margins in India1
No climate for cooperation: India-US climate relations during the Trump years1
Separately together: Indian and American approaches to China during the Trump era1
Recasting governance in the times of pandemic: a case study of Assam1
Politics and government in the “Hindi heartland” India: reading Raag Darbari1
(Re)visiting the legitimacy of the state: COVID-19 and the migrant labor in India1
Cinema of Bangladesh: Absence of 1947 and abundance of 19711
Examining exceptionalism in national security cultures: a comparative study of the United States and India1
Space diplomacy? India’s new regional policy under Modi and the “South Asia Satellite”1
A re-imagined community: Pandemic, media, and state1
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