Mediterranean Politics

(The TQCC of Mediterranean Politics is 5. 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.)
Straightjacketing migrant rescuers? The code of conduct on maritime NGOs36
The Unbearable Lightness of Authoritarianism: Lessons from the Arab Uprisings34
Yarmouk, Jordan, and Disi basins: Examining the impact of the discourse of water scarcity in Jordan on transboundary water governance32
Turkey: A Country of Transition from Emigration to Immigration31
Neo-settler colonialism and the re-formation of territory: Privatization and nationalization in Israel30
Differentiation and Policy Convergence against Long Odds: Lessons from Implementing EU Migration Policy in Morocco24
Morocco: From Mobilizations to Reconciliation?16
Explaining divergent transformation paths in Tunisia and Egypt: The role of inter-elite trust14
Determinants of political instability across Arab Spring countries13
Outsourcing state violence: The National Defence Force, ‘stateness’ and regime resilience in the Syrian war12
New parties’ linkages with external groups and civil society in Spain: A preliminary assessment12
From Neglect to Selective Engagement: The EU Approach to Rural Development in the Arab Mediterranean after the Arab Uprisings11
Between hierarchy and heterarchy: Post-Arab uprisings’ civil–military relations and the Arab state10
Internet and social media use and political knowledge: Evidence from Turkey10
The third generation of Euro‐Mediterranean association agreements: A view from the south10
Lebanese–Palestinian Governance Interaction in the Palestinian Gathering of Shabriha, South Lebanon – A Tentative Extension of the ‘Mediated State’ from Africa to the Mediterranean10
The geopolitics of renewable and electricity cooperation between Morocco and Spain10
Islam between Jihadi Threats and Islamist Insecurities? Evidence from Belgium and Morocco9
Turkey's European Union candidacy: From Luxembourg to Helsinki ‐ to Ankara?9
Territorial Stress in Morocco: From Democratic to Autonomist Demands in Popular Protests in the Rif9
The empowerment of Turkish governors within hybrid settings of public administration8
Political party–interest group linkages in Greece before and after the onset of the economic crisis8
From Jurists’ Law to Statute Law or What Happens When the Shari'a is Codified8
Looking South: What can Youth Studies in the Global North learn from research on youth and policy in the Middle East and North African countries?8
Foreign Support for Media Freedom Advocacy in the Arab Mediterranean: Globalization from Above or Below?7
A threat from the South? NATO and the Mediterranean7
‘Disputed territories’ in northern Iraq: The frontiering of in-between spaces7
From prison to parliament: Victimhood, identity, and electoral support7
Parliamentary discussions in authoritarian contexts: Introducing a dataset on party responses to Turkey’s Gezi protests6
Allying beyond social divides: An introduction to contentious politics and coalitions in the Middle East and North Africa6
The puzzle of Turkish minority representation, nationhood cleavage, and politics of recognition in Bulgaria, Greece, and North Macedonia6
Egypt’s unbreakable curse: Tracing the State of Exception from Mubarak to Al Sisi6
Lessons from the MENA region: A configurational explanation of the (in)effectiveness of UN Security Council sanctions between 1991 and 20145
Fraud in the 2018 Egyptian presidential election?5
Algeria's Roles in the OAU/African Union: From National Liberation Promoter to Leader in the Global War on Terrorism5
When unemployment meets environment. The case of the anti-fracking coalition in Ouargla5
Drawing Cyprus: Power-sharing, identity and expectations among the next generation in northern Cyprus5
Party–interest group relations in Portugal: Organizational linkages and party strategies (2008–2015)5