Mediterranean Politics’ ten most downloaded articles (to May 2010) are available for free online access on the Taylor & Francis website: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/top/fmed.pdf.
We welcome discussion of any of these articles on this Forum. Your comments can be directed at authors and/or aimed at stimulating broader debates on the . . . → Read More: Free online access to top ten articles
Following its inclusion for the first time in the Thomson Reuters Citation Index in 2008, Mediterranean Politics ranked half way up the general Politics league table with a 2009 Impact Factor of 0.677.
The Journal’s Editorial Team and Editorial Boards are pleased with this result, and aim to achieve a higher ranking . . . → Read More: 2009 Impact Factor
The July issue of Mediterranean Politics (vol. 15, No. 2) has just appeared. It is a Special Issue on “Region-Building Dynamics in the Euro-Mediterranean Space“, guest-edited by Esther Barbé and Anna Herranz Surrallés.
The new issue can be accessed at: www.informaworld.com/medpol
For information on how to submit proposals for Special Issues, . . . → Read More: July issue out now
Mediterranean Politics readers, welcome to your forum!
Unlike the Med Pol Blog, which is a space intended for discussion of current events and developments in around the Mediterranean, the Readers’ Forum welcomes discussions of and comments on articles published in the journal, as well as views on how readers would like Mediterranean Politics to develop.
Occasionally, research articles and Profiles will . . . → Read More: Welcome to the Med Pol Readers’ Forum
Welcome to the Mediterranean Politics blog!
We have created this space to foster regular interaction between members of the Mediterranean Politics community and beyond. Our aim is to discuss and exchange views on recent developments in and around the region, as well as their significance for both the study and practice of Mediterranean Politics.
We look forward to . . . → Read More: Welcome to the Med Pol Blog!