European Foreign Affairs Review

Volume 22 (2017)

ISSUE 1
'Introduction: New Challenges for the European Union in the Arab Mediterranean and the Revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy', Peter Seeberg, Musa Shteiwi, Issue 1, pp. 1–17
'Libya and Syria: Inserting the European Neighbourhood Policy in the European Union’s Crisis Response Cycle', Nicole Koenig, Issue 1, pp. 19–38
'The European Union’s Engagement in Conflict Processes and Conflict Spillovers: The Case of Lebanon Since the Onset of the Syrian War', Tamirace Fakhoury, Issue 1, pp. 39–58
'How to (Not) Walk the Talk: The Demand for Palestinian Self-Determination as a Challenge for the European Neighbourhood Policy', Martin Beck, Issue 1, pp. 59–73
'Migration, Mobility and the Challenge of Co-ownership Exploring European Union-Tunisia Post-Revolutionary Agenda', Federica Zardo, Issue 1, pp. 75–89
'Mobility Partnerships and Security Subcomplexes in the Mediterranean: The Strategic Role of Migration and the European Union’s Foreign and Security Policies Towards the MENA Region', Peter Seeberg, Issue 1, pp. 91–110
'Youth as a New ‘Foreign Policy Challenge’ in Middle East and North Africa: A Critical Interrogation of European Union and US Youth Policies in Morocco and Tunisia', Daniela Huber, Issue 1, pp. 111–128

ISSUE 2
'Accession of Iceland to the European Union: A Failure Beyond Repair?', Piotr Kobza, Issue 2, pp. 129–145
'High Stakes of the Small EU Partnership Instrument on the Eve of the 2017 Mid-Term Review', Jan Melissen, Wouter Zweers, Issue 2, pp. 147–158
'The EU and the Negotiation of Global Development Norms: The Case of Aid Effectiveness', Simon Lightfoot, Soyeun Kim, Issue 2, pp. 159–175
'Expectation Management? Contrasting the EU’s 2030 Agenda Discourse with Its Performance in Evaluating Policy Coherence for Development', Niels Keijzer, Issue 2, pp. 177–195
'Towards an Exclusive Competence of the EU to Conclude Climate Agreements?', Eleonora Russo, Issue 2, pp. 197–212
'From Single Voice to Coordinated Polyphony EU Energy Policy and the External Dimension', Jörn Richert, Issue 2, pp. 213–232
'The Value and the Limitations of Comprehensive Multilateralism: An EU Perspective on the Asia-Europe Meeting', Thomas Christiansen, Shelly Tsui, Issue 2, pp. 233–252
'The Causes of the EU’s Ineffectual Contribution to Resolution of the Abkhazian and South Ossetian Conflicts', Guy Harpaz, Issue 2, pp. 253–270
'Book Review: Lobbying in EU Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by, Benedetta Voltolini. (Abingdon/Oxon; New York: Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies. 2016)', Natalia Shapovalova, Issue 2, pp. 271–273

ISSUE 2/1
'EU and US Regulatory Power Under Strain? Emerging Countries and the Limits of External Governance', Sandra Lavenex, Ivo Krizic, Omar Serrano, Issue 2/1, pp. 1–17
'Shaping Global Trade Governance Rules: New Powers’ Hard and Soft Strategies of Influence at the WTO', Eugénia Heldt, Issue 2/1, pp. 19–35
'Resilient Soft Law? Lessons from the US-EU TTIP Negotiation on Financial Services Regulation', Simon J. Evenett, Issue 2/1, pp. 37–55
'Exporting Intellectual Property Rights to Emerging Countries: EU and US Approaches Compared', Ivo Krizic, Omar Serrano, Issue 2/1, pp. 57–75
'For the Sake of Market Access: Comparing EU and US Approaches to Liberalize Public Procurement in Brazil, India and China', Ivo Krizic, Issue 2/1, pp. 77–94
'Tug, Hug or Both? A Comparative Analysis of EU and US Competition Policy Permeation to Brazil and China', Lei Wang, Issue 2/1, pp. 95–113
'Power and Institutionalized International Regulatory Cooperation: A Multi-Method Analysis of Antitrust Agreements', Tim Büthe, Moohyung Cho, Issue 2/1, pp. 115–136
'Labour Rights Promotion in the Absence of Conditionality? How the EU and the US Engage China and India', Myriam Oehri, Issue 2/1, pp. 137–156
'EU/US Migration Policy Towards Emerging Countries: Regulatory Power Reversed?', Sandra Lavenex, Flavia Jurje, Issue 2/1, pp. 157–175

ISSUE 3
'CETA as a Potential Model for (Post-Brexit) UK-EU Relations', Nanette Neuwahl, Issue 3, pp. 279–301
'‘Off the Bench but Not off Duty’: The Judicial Diplomacy of the Court of Justice', Allan F. Tatham, Issue 3, pp. 303–321
'What Place for Gender Mainstreaming in the EU’s Framework on Support to Transitional Justice?', Elise Ketelaars, Issue 3, pp. 323–340
'Promoting Human Rights Through the EU External Action: An Empty ‘Vessel’ for Sexual Minorities?', Carmelo Danisi, Issue 3, pp. 341–356
'The Invocation of the European Union’s Mutual Assistance Clause: A Call for Enforced Solidarity', Niklas I. M. Nováky, Issue 3, pp. 357–375
'The Role of Experts in the European Defence Agency: An Emerging Transgovernmental Network', Antonio Calcara, Issue 3, pp. 377–392
'Legal Creativity in EU External Relations: The Stabilization and Association Agreement Between the EU and Kosovo', Peter Van Elsuwege, Issue 3, pp. 393–409
'Chinese College Students’ Perceptions of the EU and Its Relations with China', Jian Shi, Zeren Langjia, Zhuyu Li, Issue 3, pp. 411–432

ISSUE 4
'Towards a Substantial EU-Japan Partnership', César de Prado, Issue 4, pp. 435–454
'The EU as an Actor in Southeast Asia in the Context of the South China Sea Arbitration', Naila Maier-Knapp, Issue 4, pp. 455–472
'Forced Displacement and EU External Action: Exogenous Shocks, Policy Frames and Institutional Dynamics', Roberto Cortinovis, Issue 4, pp. 473–491
'The European Parliament and the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Between Interests and Values', Mohamed Charfi, Issue 4, pp. 493–511
'Shaping a ‘Hybrid’ CFSP to Face ‘Hybrid’ Security Challenges', Oleksandr Moskalenko, Volodymyr Streltsov, Issue 4, pp. 513–532
'Mediation Through Recontextualization: The European Union and The Dialogue Between Kosovo and Serbia', Krenar Gashi, Vjosa Musliu, Jan Orbie, Issue 4, pp. 533–550
'The EU and Jordan: Aligning Discourse and Practice on Democracy Promotion?', Ann-Kristin Jonasson, Madeleine Mezagopian, Issue 4, pp. 551–570
'The Political Question Doctrine as Applied to Common Foreign and Security Policy', Luigi Lonardo, Issue 4, pp. 571–587
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 589–592

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