Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies

(The median citation count of Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies is 2. 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.)
Mobilizing Diasporas: Insights from Turkey’s Attempts to Reach Turkish Citizens Abroad43
Beyond a Deterrence Approach towards the Undeclared Economy: Some Lessons from Bulgaria28
Crisis of Greece or crisis of the euro? A view from the European ‘periphery’21
I/NGOs’ Assistance to Syrian Refugees in Turkey: Opportunities and Challenges21
Corruption and public procurement: example from Croatia16
‘My Muslim Kurdish brother’: colonial rule and Islamist governmentality in the Kurdish region of Turkey16
Conquering the state and subordinating society under AKP rule: a Kurdish perspective on the development of a new autocracy in Turkey12
State and Labour under AKP Rule in Turkey: An Appraisal12
One state, one nation, one flag—one gender? HDP as a challenger of the Turkish nation state and its gendered perspectives11
The Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) in Turkey: An Alternative Perspective on the Major Rationales of GAP11
From autonomy to independence: the evolution of international thinking on Kosovo, 1998–20059
Left-wing populism within horizontal and vertical politics: the case of Kurdish-led radical democracy in agonistic pluralism8
Europe and the impasse of centre-left politics in Turkey: lessons from the Greek experience8
Learning from eParticipation initiatives of regional and local level authorities in Greece and Spain8
Participatory policy process design: lessons learned from three European regions8
Forced Politicization of Television Celebrities in Turkey7
Clashes, collaborations and convergences: evolving relations of Turkish and Kurdish women’s rights activists7
From Source to Corridor: Changing Geopolitical Narratives about Migration and EU-Western Balkans Relations7
Migration of the skilled from Albania: brain drain or brain gain?7
Editorial Introduction: Migration in the Western Balkans – Trends and Challenges6
EU peace-building in the north of Kosovo and psychosocial implications for the locals: a bottom up perspective on normative power Europe6
Constructing the Partnership with Turkey on the Refugee Crisis: EU Perceptions and Expectations6
Refugees at the Gates of the EU: Civic Initiatives and Grassroots Responses to the Refugee Crisis along the Western Balkans Route5
The state of the Kurds in Erdoğan’s ‘new’ Turkey5
Balkan Regional Development: Moderate or Radical Islam for the Balkans5
Nuclear Energy as a Hegemonic Discourse in Turkey5
The Black Sea Region: The Neighbourhood too Close to, yet still Far from the European Union4
Gendered Life-Course Patterns in Post-Socialist Romania: An Illustration from Households Situated in Precarious Prosperity4
Securitizing Migration in the European Union: Greece and the Evros Fence4
When local becomes general: Turkey's 31 March 2019 elections and its implications for dynamics of polarization and sustainability of competitive authoritarianism4
From Engagement to Containment: EU–Iran Relations and the Nuclear Programme, 1992–20114
Misunderstanding of FDI in the Western Balkans: Cart before the Horse and Wheels without Suspension3
Europeanization of Turkey’s Foreign Policy: The Case of Turkey’s Mediation in the Israel–Palestine Conflict3
The Greek Debt Crisis and Albanian Return Migration3
Foreign Policy Activities of China in the Middle East: Establishing Energy Security or Being a Responsible Emerging Power?3
From stabilization to consolidation: Albanian state capacity and adaptation to European Union rules3
The Floating Pumpkin Syndrome: Forced Migration, Humanitarian Aid, and the Culture of Learned Helplessness3
From Humanitarian Crisis Management to Prison Island: Implementing the European Asylum Regime at the Border Island of Lesvos 2015-20173
Coalition-Building in Iran’s Foreign Policy: Understanding the ‘Axis of Resistance’3
The Production of Space during the Period of Autonomy: Notes on Belgrade Urban Space, 1817–673
(Im)possibility of negotiating peace: 2005‒2015 peace/reconciliation talks between the Turkish government and Kurdish politicians2
Neo-liberal Globalization and Income Inequality: Panel Data Evidence from OECD and Western Balkan Countries2
From Positive Neutrality to Silk Road Activism? The Continuities and Changes in Turkmenistan’s Foreign Policy2
‘Everyone is a Possibility’: Messy Networks of Refugees from Syria in Urfa, Turkey2
Ottoman Credit System and Usurers in Agriculture in the Nineteenth Century: Practices of Usury Contracts (Selem)2
The State and Modes of Regulation in Greece from the Post-War Period to the 2009 Financial Crisis2
Geopolitics of the New Middle East: Perspectives from Inside and Outside2
(Not) Learning from the Past? The Diffusion of the EU’s Rural Development Policy in its Neighbouring Countries2
Albanian Returned Asylum-Seekers: Failures, Successes and What Can Be Achieved in a Short Time2
From Carasovan to Croat: The ‘Ethnic Enigma’ of a (Re)Invented Identity in Romania2
Defending Cyprus in the Early Postcolonial Era: Makarios, NATO, USSR and the NAM (1964–1967)2
Pseudo-Historicism and Architecture: The New Ottomanism in Turkey2
Corporate Governance following the Slovenian Transition: From Success Story to Failed Case2