Mediterranean Politics is a refereed journal which brings together research on the contemporary politics and international relations of the Mediterranean and the regions surrrounding it. The Mediterranean is understood not only as those countries whose borders are partially or wholly defined by the sea itself, but as a space that spans the continents of Europe, Africa and Asia. Thus, the journal seeks to act as a bridge between the relevant regional studies communities, and our coverage is inclusive of countries and populations in the broader European, African (North Africa and the Sahel), Middle Eastern (the Mashreq and the Gulf) and West Asian regions. Moreover we welcome contributions that examine the linkages between the Mediterranean area and the wider world.
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