Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs

(The TQCC of Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs is 4. 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.)
The Philippines’ COVID-19 Response90
Populist Anti-Scientism, Religious Polarisation, and Institutionalised Corruption: How Indonesia’s Democratic Decline Shaped Its COVID-19 Response61
Women’s Political Representation in Indonesia: Who Wins and How?18
Sharing the Spoils: Winners and Losers in the Belt and Road Initiative in Myanmar17
Official Truths in a War on Fake News: Governmental Fact-Checking in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand13
Neo-Ibuism in Indonesian Politics: Election Campaigns of Wives of Regional Heads in West Sumatra in 201910
Female Candidates, Islamic Women’s Organisations, and Clientelism in the 2019 Indonesian Elections10
Political Dynasties and Women Candidates in Indonesia’s 2019 Election9
Vietnam's Emergence as a Middle Power in Asia: Unfolding the Power–Knowledge Nexus8
ASEAN and Great Power Rivalry in Regionalism: From East Asia to the Indo-Pacific8
Representing Chinese Indonesians: Pribumi Discourse and Regional Elections in Post-Reform Indonesia8
Revisiting Political Polarisation in Indonesia: A Case Study of Jakarta’s Electorate8
Authoritarian Populism in Indonesia: The Role of the Political Campaign Industry in Engineering Consent and Coercion7
Brute Force Governance: Public Approval Despite Policy Failure During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Philippines7
From “Social Evils” to “Human Beings”: Vietnam's LGBT Movement and the Politics of Recognition7
Decentralised Governance in Indonesia’s Disadvantaged Regions: A Critique of the Underperforming Model of Local Governance in Eastern Indonesia7
The Limits of Intergovernmentalism: The Philippines’ Changing Strategy in the South China Sea Dispute and Its Impact on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)7
The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Emergence of Vietnam as a Middle Power6
Caught Between Appeasement and Limited Hard Balancing: The Philippines’ Changing Relations With the Eagle and the Dragon6
The Political Meaning of the Hijab Style of Women Candidates5
Women Who Persist: Pathways to Power in Eastern Indonesia4
Floating Liberals: Female Politicians, Progressive Politics, and PSI in the 2019 Indonesian Election4
Bowed, Bent, & Broken: Duterte's Assaults on Civil Society in the Philippines4
The Limits of “Populism”: How Malaysia Misses the Mark and Why That Matters4
Defending Foreign Policy at Home: Indonesia and the ASEAN-Based Free Trade Agreements4