Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies

Papers
(The TQCC 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 [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
Introduction: Changing Tourism in the Cities of Post-communist Central and Eastern Europe30
Foreign Direct Investments’ Impact on Economic Growth in Serbia15
The Militarization of Turkish Foreign Policy14
Geopolitical Visions in Turkish Foreign Policy12
Turkish Populist Nationalism in Transnational Space: Explaining Diaspora Voting Behaviour in Homeland Elections11
When local becomes general: Turkey's 31 March 2019 elections and its implications for dynamics of polarization and sustainability of competitive authoritarianism11
Clientelism and the Abuse of Power in the Western Balkans11
The Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Institutional Quality in Western Balkan Countries10
The Peace Process between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, 2009–20159
Ukraine, Multipolarity and the Crisis of Grand Strategies8
The Balkan Paradox: Are Wages and Labour Productivity Significant Determinants of FDI Inflows?7
Strictly Pragmatism?: Prospects for a Russian-Turkish Partnership7
The Transformation of Turkey’s Pro-Kurdish Democratic Movement7
Russian Surrogate Warfare in Ukraine and Syria: Understanding the Utility of Militias and Private Military Companies6
Place Identity, Urban Tourism and Heritage Interpretation: A Case Study of Craiova, Romania6
Who Takes Care of the Children? Albanian Migrant Parents’ Strategies for Combining Work and Childcare in Greece6
China and New Middle East6
Rebranding the Cultural Legacy of Communism: The Golden Stag Festival (Braşov, Romania) and Local Placemaking6
European Capital of Culture, Urban Tourism and Cross-Border Cooperation Between Romania and Serbia6
Economic Management under the Presidential System of Government in Turkey: Beyond the Depoliticization versus Repoliticisation Dichotomy5
Revisionism and Resecuritization of Turkey's Middle East Policy: A Neoclassical Realist Explanation5
The PKK’s Ideological Odyssey5
Turkey’s Kurdish Question in the Era of Neoliberalism5
Forming Pre-Electoral Coalitions in Competitive Authoritarian Contexts: The Case of the 2018 Parliamentary Elections in Turkey5
Iran and the New Geopolitics of the Middle East: In Search of Equilibrium4
The Political Economy of Turkish Foreign Policy4
‘Everyone is a Possibility’: Messy Networks of Refugees from Syria in Urfa, Turkey4
Turkey’s Foreign Aid to Africa: An Analysis of the Post-July 15 Era4
A Greening Dragon in the Desert? China’s Role in the Geopolitical Ecology of Decarbonisation in the Eastern Mediterranean4
Interdependence between Gross Capital Formation, Public Expenditure on R&D and Innovation in Turkey4
Urban Sprawl and Its Impact on Urban Tourism in Romania4
Eastern Mediterranean Energy Geopolitics Revisited: Green Economy Instead of Conflict4
The Dimensions and Attributes of State Failure in Syria4
Past and present financialization in Central Eastern Europe: the case of Western subsidiary banks3
Geopolitics of the New Middle East: Perspectives from Inside and Outside3
In Byron’s Footsteps, through Byron’s Eyes: Literary Tourism and ‘Imagined Geographies’ of Southern Albania3
The Western Balkans and Geopolitics: Leveraging the European Union and China3
Neo-liberal Globalization and Income Inequality: Panel Data Evidence from OECD and Western Balkan Countries3
Editorial. Entangled Temporalities of Migration in the Western Balkans. Ethnographic Perspectives on (Im)-mobilities and Reception Governance3
Russia and the New Middle East3
Has the Arab Spring Spread to the Caucasus and Central Asia? Explaining Regional Diffusion and Authoritarian Resistance3
Post-Yugoslav States Thirty Years after 1991: Unfinished Businesses of a Fivefold Transition3
The Balkan Route (and Its Afterlife): The New Normal in the European Politics of Migration3
Europe and the ‘New’ Middle East3
Religious vs. Secular Discourse and the Change of Political Power in Montenegro3
Serbia in Light of the Global Recomposition2
2023 Elections in Turkey within Global Context: Right Wing Populism in the Era of Global Shift2
Placed in Time. Migration Policies and Temporalities of (Im)Mobility Across the Eastern European Borders2
On National Anniversaries: Greece, 1821-20212
Transitional Shelters on a Policy Landslide – Experiencing Displacement on the Frontline in Bosnia and Herzegovina2
Globalisation and the struggle over hegemony in a peripheral context: Turkey’s membership bid to the European Union2
The New Regime of Free Trade and Transnational Capital in Turkey2
Causes of the Second Karabakh War: Analysis of the Positions and the Strength and Weakness of Armenia and Azerbaijan2
Aid, Trade or Faith? Questioning Narratives and Territorial Pattern of Gulf Foreign Aid2
The Impact of AKP’s Foreign Policy on the Capital Accumulation Process in Turkey2
The Rise of the Right-Wing Good Party (İYİP) in Turkey: Authoritarian Turn, Anomie, and Regulatory Nostalgia2
The Changing Security Landscape in South-Eastern Mediterranean: Assessing Turkey’s Strategies as a Rising Power2
Albanian Returned Asylum-Seekers: Failures, Successes and What Can Be Achieved in a Short Time2
Encountering the Age of Civility: The Late Ottoman Etiquette Literature (1890–1918)2
The Persian Gulf-Black Sea International Transport and Transit Corridor: Goals and Constraints2
An Assessment of Turkey’s Soft Power Resources in Asia: Potential and Limitations2
Investor-State Disputes in Balkan, post-Soviet Union and Near and Middle East Countries: An Empirical Appraisal2
Another “Third Way” to Narrate the Existing Alliances in the Middle East: Turkey-Qatar, Saudi Arabia-UAE, and Iran-Syria2
China’s Friendly Cooperative Relations with Tunisia in the Age of the New Silk Road Initiative2
A Contemporary Analysis of Intra-Party Democracy in Turkey’s Political Parties2
Betting on Dark Literary Tourism: Exploratory Research on Sulina Town (Romania)2
The ‘New Normal’ in Migration Management in Serbia in Times of the COVID-19 Crisis2
Place Making and Tourism Logistics in Timișoara: Facing the Tasks of the Newly Appointed European Cultural Capital for 20212
China’s Belt and Road Initiative and South-South Cooperation2
Soft Power and SPPD in China Iran Relationship2
The 2018 ‘Construction Peace’ in Turkey: A Neoliberal Inclusion or Populist Electoral Exchange?2
Fear, Superiority, Self-Identification and Rejection: Turks’ Different Attitudes to Europe since the Late Ottoman Era2
Festivals, Place-making and Local Economic Development: The Untold Festival in Cluj2
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