Comparative Balkan Politics (CBP) is a new annual journal in the field of comparative politics and international studies with a focus on Southeast Europe. CBP defines its scope broadly to include comparative studies in politics, economy, and social science in all of the Balkans and Southeast Europe, as well as in countries that have strong ties to the region, and comparative studies of countries that give new insights to developments in the Balkans. CBP aims to publish original articles that give new insights into Balkan politics in order to promote better understanding and informed debate on political processes in Southeast Europe. Comparative Balkan Politics is now accepting manuscripts for its forthcoming issue, including both theoretical and empirical research articles, single case studies, as well as comparative perspectives. The issue will include a special section titled “Linking Citizens and Political Parties in Southeast Europe”. The deadline for submitting manuscripts to be included in this issue is 1st June, 2016. More information is available here.