Thrilled to announce that Contemporary Security Policy is now included in the Social Science Citation Index. Our first impact factor = 1.574, which ranks the journal #33 out of 91 in the category International Relations.
Hylke Dijktra, Editor of CSP, notes that “As we are publishing our 40th volume in 2019, this is a major recognition of four decades of scholarly work. I would like to thank all authors, reviewers and readers for the contributions they have made to the journal. This is a testament to their work.”
On this occasion with have made the most cited articles of 2016 and 2017 (those contributing to this year’s Impact Factor) available via Free Access:
#1: Wolfgang Wagner and Rosanne Anholt (2016) Resilience as the EU Global Strategy’s new leitmotif: pragmatic, problematic or promising?
#2: Maria Mälksoo (2016) From the ESS to the EU Global Strategy: external policy, internal purpose
#3: Nathalie Tocci (2016) The making of the EU Global Strategy
#4: Trine Flockhart (2016) The coming multi-order world
#5: Sven Biscop (2016) All or nothing? The EU Global Strategy and defence policy after the Brexit
#6: Mai’a Davis Cross (2016) The EU Global Strategy and diplomacy
#7: Magnus Lundgren (2016) Mediation in Syria: initiatives, strategies, and obstacles, 2011-2016
#8: Jeffrey Michaels and Heather Williams (2017) The nuclear education of Donald J. Trump
#9: Michael Carl Haas and Sophie-Charlotte Fischer (2017) The evolution of targeted killing practices: Autonomous weapons, future conflict, and the international order
#10: Florian Böller and Sebastian Werle (2016) Fencing the bear? Explaining US foreign policy towards Russian interventions
#11: Malte Brosig (2017) Rentier peacekeeping in neo-patrimonial systems: The examples of Burundi and Kenya
#12: Nadine Ansorg (2017) Security sector reform in Africa: Donor approaches versus local needs