East European Politics

(The TQCC of East European Politics is 8. 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.)
Caesarean politics in Hungary and Poland56
State advertising as an instrument of transformation of the media market in Hungary28
Authoritarian footprints in Central and Eastern Europe28
In Europe’s Closet: the rights of sexual minorities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia24
… Because the homeland cannot be in opposition: analysing the discourses of Fidesz and Law and Justice (PiS) from opposition to power19
Ambiguity and interpretive politics in the crisis of European values: evidence from Hungary18
Introduction: media and illiberal democracy in Central and Eastern Europe17
Hungarian authoritarian populism: a neo-Gramscian perspective16
Perpetually “partly free”: lessons from post-soviet hybrid regimes on backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe14
Neoclassical realism and small states: systemic constraints and domestic filters in Georgia’s foreign policy13
“From words to deeds”: European Union democracy promotion in Armenia10
Nation before democracy? Placing the rise of the Slovak extreme right into context10
Towards illiberal conditioning? New politics of media regulations in Poland (2015–2018)10
Europe, Russia, or both? Popular perspectives on overlapping regionalism in the Southern Caucasus10
Europe and the political: from axiological monism to pluralistic dialogism9
Regional protest and electoral fraud: evidence from analysis of new data on Russian protest8
The Minsk Agreements – more than “scraps of paper”?8
Potent executives: the electoral strength of prime ministers in Central Eastern Europe8
The stabilisation dilemma: conceptualising international responses to secession and de facto states8