Mediterranean Politics

Papers
(The TQCC of Mediterranean Politics is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Small is beautiful but not trendy: Understanding the allure of big hydraulic works in the Euphrates-Tigris and Nile waterscapes26
The Arab uprisings and the return of repression21
The formulation and implementation of populist foreign policy: Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean18
Empowering a fragmented diaspora: Turkish immigrant organizations’ perceptions of and responses to Turkey’s diaspora engagement policy14
The European Green Deal: Challenges and opportunities for the Southern Mediterranean9
Popular support for military intervention and anti-establishment alternatives in Tunisia: Appraising outsider eclecticism9
Which protests count? Coverage bias in Middle East event datasets9
Greece’s response to the European refugee crisis: A tale of two securitizations8
Jordan’s economic, security and political challenges under Covid-197
EU democracy projection in Tunisia: The case of civil society consultations7
Go local, go global: Studying popular protests in the MENA post-20117
EU democracy projection in the Southern Mediterranean: A practice analysis7
The Egyptian LGBT’s transnational cyber-advocacy in a restrictive context6
Foreign sponsorship of pro-government militias fighting Syria’s insurgency: Whither proxy wars?6
Populism and Euro-Mediterranean cooperation: The Barcelona Process 25 years after6
Populism, religion and family values policies in Israel, Italy and Turkey6
Disaggregating Jordan’s Syrian refugee response: The ‘Many Hands’ of the Jordanian state6
Islamist parties, intraparty organizational dynamics, and moderation as strategic behaviour5
Fear of surveillance: Examining Turkish social media users’ perception of surveillance and willingness to express opinions on social media5
Half-Statelessness and Hannah Arendt’s Citizenship Model: The Case of Palestinian Citizens of Israel5
MENA political science research a decade after the Arab uprisings: Facing the facts on tremulous grounds5
Gender equality in Tunisia: The EU’s tripartite dialogue5
Iran’s soft power in Syria after the Syrian civil war5
The Middle East in global modernity: Analytic polycentrism, historic entanglements and a rejuvenated area studies debate4
The EU and LGBTI activism in the MENA – The case of Lebanon4
Using Content Analysis to Study Political Texts: Notes on Turkish Parliamentary Debates4
China in the Mediterranean: An Arena of Strategic Competition?4
The role of security assistance in reconfiguring Tunisia’s transition3
Exploring the Voices of the Rif Hirak activism: The struggle for democracy in Morocco3
China and Egypt’s comprehensive strategic partnership in the Xi-sisi era: a ‘role theory’ prism3
Resistance and Military Defection in Turkey3
Observing (the debate on) sectarianism: On conceptualizing, grasping and explaining sectarian politics in a new Middle East3
How did Tunisians react to Ennahdha’s 2016 reforms? Evidence from a survey experiment3
Tracking terrorism and counter-terrorism: Introducing the Turkey terrorism incidents database3
Forced migration governance in Tunisia: Balancing risks and assets for state-making during independence and democratization3
Mobilizing for what? Polarized citizens and electoral turnout in transitioning Tunisia3
‘Different than us’? Reciprocal perceptions of the societies in Turkey and North Cyprus3
Assessing dynamics of EU democracy projection through expert communities in the Mediterranean region3
Supporting democratic participation beyond democracy promotion? EU Relations with Moroccan and Tunisian civil society in the areas of trade and anti-corruption3
Taking stock of MENA political science after the uprisings3
Cultural diplomacy and the reconfiguration of soft power: Evidence from Morocco3
The 2021 Portuguese Presidential Elections under extraordinary circumstances: Covid-19 and the rise of the radical right in Portugal3
Citizen (dis)engagement on social media: How the Catalan referendum crisis fostered a teflonic social media behaviour2
Alliance politics in the post-2011 Middle East: Advancing theoretical and empirical perspectives2
Islamist populism? Exploring the MENA region from a comparative and empirical perspective2
Role dynamics and trust in France-China coopetition2
Iranians as real estate purchasers and international students: Transformation of Turkish-Iranian migration corridor2
China’s infrastructure diplomacy in the Mediterranean region under the Belt And Road Initiative: Challenges ahead?2
China in the Southern Mediterranean: Integrating the Greater Maghreb in the new silk road2
Triadic coercion: Israel’s targeting of states that host non-state actors2
Trump sympathy in the Balkans: cross-border populist appeal2
War and conflict in the Middle East and North Africa2
The dynamics of China’s attitude towards implementing the responsibility to protect in the Middle East and North Africa2
The oil factor: Regulatory agency creation in the MENA region2
Still on the same path? Italian foreign and defence policy in the Enlarged Mediterranean2
Sport, politics and the struggle over ‘normalization’ in post-Oslo Israel and Palestine2
The continuation of criminalization by other means: the role of judicial agency in the Italian policing of humanitarian assistance at sea2
The elephant in the med: Postcoloniality and European security assistance practices2
Clientelism and its discontents: The role of wasta in shaping political attitudes and participation in Jordan2
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