1.9(top 9%)
Impact Factor
2(top 9%)
extended IF
59(top 7%)
citing journals
citing authors

Most Cited Articles of Government and Opposition

The Populist Zeitgeist20042.1K
Paradoxes of the Competition State: The Dynamics of Political Globalization1997608
Exclusionary vs. Inclusionary Populism: Comparing Contemporary Europe and Latin America2013487
Being Indigenous: Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism2005390
The Risk Game and the Blame Game *2002355
How to Perform Crisis: A Model for Understanding the Key Role of Crisis in Contemporary Populism2015238
Analysing Women's Substantive Representation: From Critical Mass to Critical Actors2009223
Political Opposition and the European Union 12007217
Global Governance and Legitimacy Problems2004206
Is there a ‘Democratic Deficit’ in World Politics? A Framework for Analysis2004198
Constructing Enemies: ‘Islamic Terrorism’ in Political and Academic Discourse2007179
The Renewal of the Radical Right: Between Modernity and Anti‐modernity2000174
The Virtue of Civil Society*1991171
From ‘Normal Incidents’ to Political Crises: Understanding the Selective Politicization of Policy Failures 12003164
Civil Society and Democratically Accountable Global Governance2004161
Global Governance and Communicative Action2004161
Another Brick in the Wall? Neo-Refoulement and the Externalization of Asylum by Australia and Europe 12008160
The Nucleus of Populism: In Search of the Lowest Common Denominator2014156
Global Governance, Participation and the Public Sphere2004155
Populism, Persistent Republicanism and Declinism: An Empirical Analysis of Populism as a Thin Ideology2016154
Disaggregated Sovereignty: Towards the Public Accountability of Global Government Networks2004150
Asylum and the Expansion of Deportation in the United Kingdom 12008140
Populist Democracies: Post-Authoritarian Greece and Post-Communist Hungary2014133
Institutions Matter? 12004132
Europe’s Other Democratic Deficit: National Authoritarianism in Europe’s Democratic Union2017131