Southeast European and Black Sea Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 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
Emerging partnership in a post-Western world? The political economy of China-Turkey relations17
The discourse ofüst akıl: a search for hegemony in the Turkish media12
European Union membership conditionality: the Copenhagen criteria and the quality of democracy12
Turkey and the Balkans: bringing the Europeanisation/ De-Europeanisation nexus into question9
Repressed media and illiberal politics in Turkey: the persistence of fear7
Revisiting the authoritarian pattern in Turkey: transition to presidential system7
Foreign aid during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from Turkey7
Pro-state paramilitary violence in Turkey since the 1990s6
Rethinking the role of Track Two diplomacy in conflict resolution: the Democratic Progress Institute’s Turkey programme6
Turkey’s public–private partnership experience: a political economy perspective6
Turkish foreign policy in the Balkans amidst ‘soft power’ and ‘de-Europeanisation’5
S400s, sanctions and defiance: explaining Turkey’s quest for strategic autonomy and the US response5
The Western Balkans and the EU budget: the effects of enlargement5
Turkish foreign aid to Northern Cyprus: a mother’s blessing or curse?5
Change in political party strategy and organization in Turkey: the Republican People’s Party in government and in opposition5
Turkish-American strategic partnership: isTurkeystill a faithful ally?5
Taking the matter into your own hands: ethnographic insights into societal violence and the reconfigurations of the state in contemporary Turkey5
The effects of EU conditionality on patterns of policy engagement of civil society organizations in candidate countries5
The establishment of the Ukrainian diaspora in Turkey through migrant associations: ‘We feel as part of the diaspora from now on.’5
Brexit, Covid and Bulgarian migrants in the UK: stay or return?4
Social mobility and pro-government mobilization: the case of July 15th pro-government mobilization in Turkey4
Displaying the Ottoman past in an ‘old’ museum of a ‘new’ Turkey: The Topkapi Palace Museum4
Understanding the local dynamics of Syrian refugee integration through the eyes of refugees and local residents: the case of the Ȍnder Neighbourhood, Ankara4
The Alevi issue and democratic rights in Turkey as seen by young AKP activists: social conflict, identity boundaries and some perspectives on recognition4
Variants of the ‘underdog culture’ in Greek public opinion: soft and hard-core Russophilia3
Can China promote stability in the Black Sea Region?3
A rival or an awkward partner? Turkey’s relationship with the West in the Balkans3
The long-term effects of war exposure on generalized trust and risk attitudes: evidence from post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina3
Captured states and/or captured societies in the Western Balkans3
Securitizing the Aegean: de-Europeanizing Greek–Turkish relations3
How to capture the judiciary under the guise of EU-led reforms: domestic strategies of resistance and erosion of rule of law in Turkey3
Nationalistic education and its colourful role in intergroup prejudice reduction: lessons from Albania3
The rhetorical face of enmity: the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the dehumanization of Armenians in the speeches of Ilham Aliyev3
Constructing Romania’s foreign policy and security role in its eastern neighbourhood: the cases of Moldova and Ukraine3
The historical roots of right-wing populism in Turkey: a spatial examination of the DP, ANAP, and AKP governments3
Long after Dayton: a journey through visual representations of war and peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina3
Diaspora politics and religious diplomacy in Turkey and Morocco3
How citizens attribute blame for electoral violence: regional differences and party identification in Turkey3
Sovereignty, power, and authority: understanding the conversion of Hagia Sophia from a performative perspective3
Ethnic distancing through aesthetics in Bosnia-Herzegovina: appraising the limits of art as a peacebuilding tool with a socio-psychological experiment3
The politics of neoliberal transformation on the periphery: a critical comparison of Greece and Turkey2
Economic recession, parental unemployment and adolescents’ health-related quality of life and mental health outcomes in Greece2
Assessing centralization: on Turkey’s rising personalist regime2
Opening the box of parties and party systems under autocratization: evidence from Turkey2
Turkish parliamentary debates about the international recognition of the Armenian genocide: development and variations in the official denialism2
The ‘ascendance’ of deism in Turkey: Context, drivers and debate2
From ‘revolution’ to war: deciphering Armenia’s populist foreign policy-making process2
Revisiting the authoritarian pattern in Turkey: transition to presidential system2
Outbreak of war memories? Historical analogies of the 1990s wars in discourses about the coronavirus pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia2
NGOization, politicization and polarization of Roma civil society in Turkey2
Citizenship by investment in Türkiye: Who buys citizenship and why?2
The privatization of death: the emergence of private cemeteries in Romania’s postsocialist deathscape2
Between collective and particularistic interests. Ratification of the Prespa Agreement by national parliaments in Greece and North Macedonia2
Inclusive Citizenship and Societal Reconciliation within Turkey’s Kurdish Issue2
Trust us, we know what we are doing: institutional trust in Croatia during the COVID-19 crisis2
Strategic planning for local government co-creation: Evidence from Croatia and Slovenia2
The exclusionary side of (women’s) social citizenship in Southeastern Europe: childcare policy development in Bosnia-Herzegovina and gender, social and territorial inequalities2
Spatial diffusion and geographical patterns in the Turkish vote for pro-Islamist parties2
Reconstruction of the ‘regional power’ role during the pandemic: Turkey’s COVID-19 diplomacy towards the balkans2
The 2023 Turkish election: a tale of two campaigns and the duel of populisms2
Evaluating the relationship between marginalization and participation in undeclared work: lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina2
Criminal and networked state capture in the Western Balkans: the case of the Zemun clan2
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