ISSUE 1
'European Court of Human Rights: January 2005 – March 2006', Iain Cameron, Issue 1, pp. 3–31
'The European Union 2005 in Luxembourg: Recent Developments in the Case Law of the Community Courts', Andrea Biondi, Katherine Harmer, Issue 1, pp. 33–46
'Commission v. Council: Some Reflections on Criminal Law in the First Pillar', Ester Herlin-Karnell, Issue 1, pp. 47–67
'Does the European Court of Human Rights Provide Protection from the European Community? – The Case of Bosphorus Airways', C. Eckes, Issue 1, pp. 47–67
'Reflecting on the Scope of the European Union (Scrutiny) Act, 2002 and Parliamentary Scrutiny in the Draft Constitutional Treaty as to European Integration and the Irish Legal Order', E. Fahey, Issue 1, pp. 85–96
'New Caledonia, a Case of Shared Sovereignty within the French Republic: Appearance or Reality?', Dominique Custos, Issue 1, pp. 97–132
'International Election Observation by the OSCE and the Human Right to Political Participation', Christina Binder, Issue 1, pp. 133–158
'Fundamental Freedoms and Private Actors – towards an ‘Indirect Horizontal Effect’', Eva Julia Lohse, Issue 1, pp. 159–190
'Book Review: The Roma Café: Human Rights and the Plight of the Romany People, by Istvan Pogany. (London: Pluto Press, 2004)', Bill Bowring, Issue 1, pp. 191–196
'Book Review: European Union Law and Defence Integration, by Martin Trybus. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2005)', Sven Biscop, Issue 1, pp. 197–199
'Book Review: European Administrative Law, revised 1st edition, by Jürgen Schwarze. (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2006)', Partrick Birkinshaw, Issue 1, pp. 200–202

ISSUE 2
'German Constitutional Law Cases 2004-2006', Helmut Philipp Aust, Issue 2, pp. 205–221
'A New Institutional Arrangement for Italy?', Cecilia Corsi, Issue 2, pp. 223–237
'Broadcasting, the Free Market and the Public Interest: Is the Italian Path to Pluralism Viable?', Gianluca Gardini, Issue 2, pp. 239–261
'Mediation in Administrative Law: The Identification of Conflicting Paradigms', Sophie Boyron, Issue 2, pp. 263–288
'International Treaties in Germany: The Legislative Competence of Parliament and the Interpretative Competence of the Courts', Florian Becker, Angus Campbell, Issue 2, pp. 289–309
'Civic Citizenship and Migrant Integration', Mark Bell, Issue 2, pp. 311–333
'Developments in National Parliaments’ Involvement in Ordinary Foreign Policy and European Policy – Denmark', Helle Krunke, Issue 2, pp. 335–348
'Book Review: Public Governance in the Age of Globalization, edited by Karl-Heinz Ladeur. (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2004)', Alfred C. Aman, Roscoe C. O’Byrne, Issue 2, pp. 349–359
'Book Review: The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement, 2nd ed., by Sue Arrowsmith. (London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2005)', Patrick Birkinshaw, Issue 2, pp. 360–361
'Book Review: When Does War Become Crime? Aspects of the Criminal Case against Eric O., by Diede-Jan Dieben and Thom Dieben. (Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2005)', Richard Burchill, Issue 2, pp. 362–363

ISSUE 3
'Czech Republic and the European Union Law in 2004-2006', Ivo Šlosarčík, Issue 3, pp. 367–378
'Sub-National Issues: Local Government Reform, Re-Districting of Administrative Jurisdictions, and the Åland Islands in the European Union', Markku Suksi, Issue 3, pp. 379–406
'The Reform of Portuguese Administrative Litigation', Margarida Olazabal Cabral, Issue 3, pp. 407–422
'The House of Lords and Religious Clothing in Begum v. Head teacher and Governors of Denbigh High School', Gareth Davies, Issue 3, pp. 423–432
'Linguistic Minorities and Educational Rights in France – The Corsican Example', Solange Mouthaan, Issue 3, pp. 433–459
'Bill and the Fall of the Constitutional Treaty', Ian Ward, Issue 3, pp. 461–488
'The Burden of an Ageing Society as a Public Debt: The Perspective of the German Constitutional Law and the Law of the European Union', Helmut Siekmann, Issue 3, pp. 489–518
'Book Review: Le juge constitutionnel, un legislateur-cadre positif: Une analyse comparative en droit Français, Belge et Allemand, by Christian Behrendt. (Brussels: Bruylant-L.G.D.J., 2006)', Frédéric Rolland, Issue 3, pp. 519–522
'Book Review: European Criminal Procedures, edited by Mireille Delmas-Marty and J.R. Spencer. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)', Monica den Boer, Issue 3, pp. 523–526
'Book Review: Europarecht: Dogmatik im Kontext, by Ulrich Haltern. (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2005)', Ralf Rogowski, Issue 3, pp. 527–529

ISSUE 4
'European Court of Human Rights: April 2006 – March 2007', Iain Cameron, Issue 4, pp. 533–568
'Recent Developments in Luxembourg: The Activities of the Community Courts in 2006', Andrea Biondi, Isidora Maletic, Issue 4, pp. 569–585
'The Werner Mangold Case: An Example of Legal Militancy', Antoine Masson, Claire Micheau, Issue 4, pp. 587–593
'EU Freedom of Information: Determining where the Interest Lies', Anne Flanagan, Issue 4, pp. 595–932
'Democracy and Europe: New Times, Old Dilemmas', Margherita Poto, Issue 4, pp. 633–670
'Reconciling Regulatory Approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility: The European Union, OECD and United Nations Compared', Sorcha Macleod, Issue 4, pp. 671–702
'Book Review: The National Courts’ Mandate in the European Constitution, by Monica Claes. (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2006)', Tamara Ćapeta, Issue 4, pp. 703–708
'Book Review: European Union Law: Text and Materials, by Damian Chalmers, Christos Hadjiemmanuil, Giorgio Monti, and Adam Tomkins. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 2006)', Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, Issue 4, pp. 709–712
'Book Review: Public Procurement in the European Union, by Christopher Bovis. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005)', Aris Georgopoulos, Issue 4, pp. 713–715

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