European Foreign Affairs Review

Volume 1 (1996)

ISSUE 1
'Guest Editorial: Why Europe Needs a Common Foreign and Security Policy', Hans van den Broek, Issue 1, pp. 1–5
'Note from the Editors', David O’Keeffe, Jörg Monar, Issue 1, pp. 7–8
'A New Transatlantic Agenda', Horst G. Krenzler, Astrid Schomaker, Issue 1, pp. 9–28
'The CFSP Institutions and Procedures: A Third Way for the Second Pillar', Elfriede Regelsberger, Wolfgang Wessels, Issue 1, pp. 29–54
'Strategic Export Controls, National Security and the Common Commercial Policy', Nicholas Emiliou, Issue 1, pp. 55–78
'Europe and the Mediterranean: A Newly Emerging Geopolitical Area?', Eberhard Rhein, Issue 1, pp. 79–86
'The 1995 Trade Agreement Between the European Communities and Israel: Three Unresolved Issues', Moshe Hirsch, Issue 1, pp. 87–123
'Barcelona Declaration Adopted at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference 27 and 28 November 1995', Issue 1, pp. 125–133
'The New Transatlantic Agenda', Issue 1, pp. 135–141

ISSUE 2
'Guest Editorial', Dick Spring, Issue 2, pp. 143–148
'The Challenge of Regionalization and Preferential Relations in World Trade Law and Policy', Thomas Cottier, Issue 2, pp. 149–167
'The CAP and the WTO after the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture', Kenneth J. Thomson, Issue 2, pp. 169–183
'The Asia–Europe Meeting (ASEM): A Historical Turning Point in Relations Between the Two Regions', Victor Pou Serradell, Issue 2, pp. 185–210
'The Trade Barrier Regulation and the Community’s Market Access Policy', Paulette Vander Schueren, David Luff, Issue 2, pp. 211–230
'Constructing a European Defence Identity: The Perspectives of Britain, France and Germany', G. Wyn Rees, Issue 2, pp. 231–246
'Chairman’s Statement of the Asia-Europe Meeting, Bangkok 2 March 1996', Issue 2, pp. 247–253
'Communication from the Commission to the Council, The European Parliament, The Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of Regions', Issue 2, pp. 255–263
'Index to Volume 1', Issue 2, pp. 265–270

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