Journal of Contemporary European Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of Contemporary European Studies is 3. 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.)
From Cooperative to Contested Europe? The Conflict in Ukraine as a Culmination of a Long-Term Crisis in EU–Russia Relations80
From Pariah to Policy-Maker? The Radical Right in Europe, West and East: Between Margin and Mainstream71
From Europeanization to De-Europeanization: The Europeanization Process of Turkey in 1999–201455
Welfare-to-Work Reform, Power and Inequality: From Governance to Governmentalities22
From the Maastricht Treaty to Post-crisis EMU: The ECB and Germany as Drivers of Change20
Kurdish Transnational Politics and Turkey's Changing Kurdish Policy: The Journey of Kurdish Broadcasting from Europe to Turkey16
Islamophobia and anti-Muslim feeling in Saxony – theoretical approaches and empirical findings based on population surveys12
Theresa May, the Brexit negotiations and the two-level game, 2017–201912
Online disinformation on Facebook: the spread of fake news during the Portuguese 2019 election11
Assessing the European Union’s Assistance to Civil Society in Its Eastern Neighbourhood: Lessons from the South Caucasus11
Russia and NATO: From Windows of Opportunities to Closed Doors10
Backsliding in judicial reforms: domestic political costs as limits to EU’s political conditionality in Turkey10
Radicalised citizens vs. radicalised governments? Greece and Turkey in a comparative perspective from the December 2008 uprising to the 2013 Gezi Park protests10
Building a new nation: anti-Muslim racism in post-unification Germany8
Armenia’s and Georgia’s contrasted positioning vis-à-vis the EU: between vocal centrality and strategic marginality8
The Evolution of Russia's OSCE Policy: From the Promises of the Helsinki Final Act to the Ukrainian Crisis7
Two kinds of small? The ‘EU core’ in Slovak and Czech geopolitical imagination7
Converging or diverging patterns of Euroscepticism among political parties in Croatia and Serbia7
Supranational agency and indirect governance after the Euro crisis: ESM, ECB, EMEF and EFB7
Post-truth politics in the 2017 Euro-Turkish crisis7
From UKIP to the Brexit party: the politicization of European integration and disruptive impact on national and European arenas7
Rethinking Livelihood Strategies in East-Central Europe: Some Lessons from Ukraine7
Measuring Populism in Spain: content and discourse analysis of Spanish Political Parties6
Biopolitical conservatism in Europe and beyond: the cases of identity-making projects in Poland and Russia6
Democratic Revolutions from a Different Angle: Social Populism and National Identity in Ukraine's 2004 Orange Revolution6
Applying Intergroup Contact Theory to Social Distance Data from Ethnic Hungarians and Romanians in Romania6
Electoral scenarios of success for anti-establishment political parties in Western Europe: a fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis6
Studying EU-Russian relations: an overview in search for an epistemic community5
Understanding the marginality constellations of small states: Serbia, Croatia, and the crisis of EU–Russia relations5
Adapting to the changing Arctic? The European Union, the Nordics, and the Barents Governance Mosaic4
Notes from Region 24
The national agents of transnational memory and their limits: the case of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk4
Defying marginality: explaining Ukraine’s and Georgia’s drive towards Europe4
New Regionalism and Cultural Policies: Distinctive and Distinguishing Strategies, from Local to Global4
Still looking for a partnership? EU-Russia cooperation in the field of higher education4
Meme-ing Europe: examining the Europeanization of humorous discourse in an online meme community4
Understanding EU’s strategic partnerships in Latin America: a comparative assessment of EU-Brazil and EU-Mexico relations4
Centrist and Radical Right Populists in Central and Eastern Europe: Divergent Visions of History and the EU4
Reporting from Bosnia: Reconceptualising the Notion of a ‘Journalism of Attachment’4
Bridging dominant and critical frames of the Greek debt crisis: mainstream media, independent journalism and the rise of a political cleavage4
Unpacking EU external energy governance vis-a-vis Egypt: contradictions, geopolitics and Euro-centrism4
‘If I were to do it all over again, should I begin with culture?’ The European integration from a cultural perspective in a multi-national Grand Duchy4
Rebooting European Identity: intercultural citizenship for building the future of a Diverse Europe3
After competitive authoritarianism hybrid regime legacies and the quality of democracy in Croatia3
The east is just like the west, only more so: Islamophobia and populism in Eastern Germany and the East of the European Union3
Reverse transformation? Global shifts, the core-periphery divide and the future of the EU3
From narrative to counter-narrative: the European constraint and the rise of Italian populist Euroscepticism3
Human security in EU strategy: reflecting on the experience of EUPM in Bosnia and Herzegovina and EULEX in Kosovo3
From the Swedish Model to the Open Society: The Swedish Power Investigation and the Power to Investigate Power, 1985–19903
‘The burqa is not us (wir sind nicht burka)’: strategic Islamophobia and the mainstreaming of nativist appeals3
Society and territory: making sense of Italian populism from a historical perspective3
Left-Right radicalism and Populist attitudes in France and Spain3
Russia as an international conservative power: the rise of the right-wing populists and their affinity towards Russia3