Top Ten Articles

Most Popular Articles Downloaded from Ingenta in 2020

Rank Vol/Issue Date  Number of Downloads Title of Article
 1 88:3 September 2015 296

Water, Water Everywhere: Toward Participatory Solutions to Chronic Urban Flooding in Jakarta

Rita Padawangi, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Mike Douglass, National University of Singapore, Singapore

2 91:2 June 2018 198

Fighting Illiberalism with Illiberalism: Islamist Populism and Democratic Deconsolidation in Indonesia

Marcus Mietzner, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

3 92:4 December 2019 104

American Grand Strategy in the Indo Pacific: Plus ça change?

Thomas Wilkins, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

4 92:3 September 2019 89

Thailand’s 2019 Vote: The General’s Election

Jacob I. Ricks, Singapore Management University, Singapore

5 90:1 2017 82

The Politics of Pacific Ocean Conservation: Lessons from the Pitcairn Islands Marine Reserve

Justin Alger and Peter Dauvergne

6 87:1 March 2014 74

Cultural Policy and Film Industry as Negotiation of Power: The Chinese State’s Role and Strategies in its Engagement with Global Hollywood 1994-2012

Wendy Su, University of California at Riverside, Riverside, USA

7 93:3 September 2020 52

Migrants, Minorities, and Populism in Southeast Asia

Thomas Pepinsky, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

7 89:1 March 2016 52

Professionals and Soldiers: Measuring Professionalism in the Thai Military

Punchada Sirivunnabood, Mahidol University, Nakhorn Phatom, Thailand

Jacob Isaac Ricks, Singapore Management University, Singapore

8 89:4 December 2016 51

Forging Free Trade with China: The Maple Leaf and the Silver Fern

Charles Burton, Brock University, St. Catharines, Canada

Stephen Noakes, The University of Aukland, Aukland, New Zealand

9 88:3 September 2015 41

Informality, Resilience, and the Political Implications of Disaster Governance

Devanathan Parthasarathy, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

9 93:3 September 2020 41

Repeated Multiparty Elections in Cambodia: Intensifying Authoritarianism Yet Benefiting the Masses

Sivhuoch Ou, University of Guelph, Waterloo, Canada

10 93:3 September 2020 40

Reassessing Cambodia’s Patronage System(s) and the End of Competitive Authoritarianism: Electoral Clientelism in the Shadow of Coercion

Neil Loughlin, KITLV/Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies, Leiden, Netherlands


Most Popular Articles Written between 1928–2015

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Rank Vol/Issue Date Number of Downloads Article
1
87:1
March 2014
3272 Anime in the US: The Entrepreneurial Dimensions of Globalized Culture by Nissim Otmazgin
2
58:3
Fall 1985
1307 <book review> Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism by Benedict Anderson (reviewed by Anthony Reid)
3
58:2
Summer 1985 1166 The United States and the Overthrow of Sukarno, 1965-1967 by Peter Dale Scott
4 76:3 Fall 2003 1147 The Discourse of Unequal Treaties in Modern China by Dong Wang
5 87:1 March 2014 1141 The Power of the Nation-state amid Neoliberal Reform: Shifting Cultural Politics in the New Korean Wave by Dal Yong Jin
6 85:2
Summer 2012
1098 The Persistence of Caste in Indian Politics by Ronojoy Sen
7
50:1
Spring 1977
1037 Martial Law in the Philippines: The Methods of Regime Survival by David Wurfel
8
73:3
Fall 2000
1036 Ethnic Tourism in Hokkaido and the Shaping of Ainu Identity by Lisa Hiwasaki
9 76:1
Spring 2003
999 Democratization in South Korea and Inter-Korean Relations by Chien-peng Chung
10
76:2
Summer 2003 930 Japan’s National/Asian Women’s Fund for “Comfort Women” by C. Sarah Soh