Middle East Journal

(The median citation count of Middle East Journal is 1. 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.)
“State of Barbary” (Take Two): From the Arab Spring to the Return of Violence in Syria31
The Economic Policies of Turkey's AKP Government: Rabbits from a Hat?21
The First Intifada, Settler Colonialism, and 21st Century Prospects for Collective Resistance13
Co-optation, Counter-Narratives, and Repression: Protesting Lebanon's Sectarian Power-Sharing Regime9
The End of the Battle for Bahrain and the Securitization of Bahraini Shi'a8
Saudi Arabia and Israel: From Secret to Public Engagement, 1948–20188
Sectarianized Securitization in Turkey in the Wake of the 2011 Arab Uprisings7
Palestinian Women Teachers in East Jerusalem: Layers of Discrimination in the Labor Market6
Back from the Brink: Turkey's Ambivalent Approaches to the Hard Drugs Issue5
Libya's Nuclear Turnaround: Perspectives from Tripoli5
Iraq's Chemical Weapons Legacy: What Others Might Learn from Saddam5
Political Instability and Conflict after the Syrian Withdrawal from Lebanon5
Crisis, State Legitimacy, and Political Participation in a Non-Democracy: How Qatar Withstood the 2017 Blockade4
From the Myth of European Union Accession to Disillusion: Implications for Religious and Ethnic Politicization in Turkey4
Testing the Logic of Unilateral Withdrawal: Lessons from the History of the Labor Zionist Movement4
Stuck in the Logic of Oslo: Europe and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict3
The Politics of Development and Security in Iran's Border Provinces2
Imperial Myopia: Some Lessons from Two Invasions of Iraq2
A Political-Economic History of Jordan's General Intelligence Directorate: Authoritarian State-Building and Fiscal Crisis2
The View From 1947: The CIA and the Partition of Palestine2
Iraq under UN Embargo, 1990–2003: Food Security, Agriculture, and Regime Survival2
Active and Passive Citizenship in the Arab World2
How Do Liberalized Autocracies Repress Dissent? Evidence from Morocco1
Palestinian (Non)Citizenship1
Nobody to Talk to: The Persistence of the "No Partner" Mantra in Israeli Discourse1
Redefining the Relationship: Reclaiming American Public Diplomacy from the US Military in Iraq1
Smokescreen Diplomacy: Excluding the Palestinians by Self-Rule1
Historicizing Race, Ethnicity, and the Crisis of Citizenship in Sudan and South Sudan1
Ethno-Religious Belonging in the Syrian Conflict: Between Communitarianism and Sectarianization1
Lessons from Shas about Israel1
Palestine and Palestinians: The Endurance of Palestinian Political Factions: An Everyday Perspective from Nahr el-Bared Camp, by Perla Issa (book review)1
Paradoxes of Dual Nationality: Geopolitical Constraints on Multiple Citizenship in the Iranian Diaspora1