European Foreign Affairs Review

Volume 11 (2006)

ISSUE 1
'Road Map for a Route March? (De-)civilianizing through the EU’s Security Strategy', Richard Whitman, Issue 1, pp. 1–15
'Approaches and Principles for an Israeli Grand Strategy towards the European Union', Yehezkel Dror, Sharon Pardo, Issue 1, pp. 17–44
'Interregionalism and the Crisis of Multilateralism: How to Keep the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Relevant', Jürgen Rüland, Issue 1, pp. 45–62
'Recent Developments on the Invocability of WTO Law in the EC: A Wave of Mutilation', Delphine De Mey, Pablo Ibáñez Colomo, Issue 1, pp. 63–86
'The Participation of the Schengen Associates: Inside or Outside?', Nicole Wichmann, Issue 1, pp. 87–107
'Beyond Parliament’s Reach? The Role of the European Parliament in the CFSP', Daniel Thym, Issue 1, pp. 109–127
'Book Review: EU Development Cooperation: From Model to Symbol, edited by Karin Arts and Anna K. Dickson. (MUP, Manchester, 2004)', Rob Ackrill, Issue 1, pp. 129–130
'Book Review: Informal Governance in the European Union, edited by Thomas Christiansen and Simona Piattoni. (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2004)', Philippa Sherrington, Issue 1, pp. 130–131
'Book Review: The Changing European Commission, edited by Dionyssis Dimitrakakopoulos. (MUP, Manchester, 2004)', Michael J. Steffens, Issue 1, pp. 132–133
'Book Review: La diplomacia parlamentaria [Parliamentary Diplomacy], by Gabriel F. Elorriaga. (Imagine Press Ediciones, Madrid, 2004)', Stelios Stavridis, Issue 1, pp. 133–135
'Book Review: European Union Law in a Global Context: Text, Cases and Materials, by Trevor C. Hartley. (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004)', Lior Zemer, Issue 1, pp. 135–137
'Book Review: Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy, edited by Ben Tonra and Thomas Christiansen. (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2004)', Michael Smith, Issue 1, pp. 137–138

ISSUE 2
'Guest Editorial: The European Neighbourhood Policy: The EU’s Newest Foreign Policy Instrument', Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Issue 2, pp. 139–142
'The New Member States and the Making of EU Foreign Policy', Geoffrey Edwards, Issue 2, pp. 143–162
'Administrative Governance in the CFSP: Development and Practice', Simon Duke, Sophie Vanhoonacker, Issue 2, pp. 163–182
'Developing the Alternative to Enlargement: The European Neighbourhood Policy', Roland Dannreuther, Issue 2, pp. 183–201
'Necessary But Not Sufficient: The Role of the EU in Resolving Turkey’s Kurdish Question and the Greek–Turkish Conflicts', Ayşe Betül Çelik, Bahar Rumelili, Issue 2, pp. 203–222
'Interregionalism as a New Diplomatic Tool: The EU and East Asia', Michael Reiterer, Issue 2, pp. 223–243
'The European Union As Others See It', Natalia Chaban, Ole Elgström, Martin Holland, Issue 2, pp. 245–262
'Constructing Conditionality: The Bureaucratization of EC Development Aid', Véronique Dimier, Issue 2, pp. 263–280
'Book Review: The European Union Since 1945, by Alasdair Blair. (Pearson Longman, Harlow, 2005)', Neil Winn, Issue 2, pp. 281–282
'Book Review: La politique étrangère de la Russie et l’Europe. Enjeux d’une proximité [The Foreign Policy of Russia and Europe. Challenges of Proximity], edited by Tanguy de Wilde d’Estmael and Laetitia Spetschinsky. (Geopolitics and Conflict Resolution series, P.I.E.-Peter Lang, Brussels, 2004)', Geoffroy Matagne, Issue 2, pp. 282–284
'Book Review: Creating a Transatlantic Marketplace: Government Policies and Business Strategies, by Michelle Egan. (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2005)', Steven McGuire, Issue 2, pp. 284–286
'Book Review: Old Europe, New Europe and the US: Renegotiating Transatlantic Security in the Post 9/11 Era, edited by Tom Lansford and Blagovest Tashev. (Ashgate, Aldershot, 2005)', Karen E. Smith, Issue 2, pp. 286–287
'Book Review: Die Europäische Union als Internationale Akteur im südlichen Mittelmeerraum. ‘Actor Capability’ und EU-Mittelmeerpolitik [The European Union as International Actor in the Southern Mediterranean. ‘Actor Capability’ and EU Mediterranean Policy]', by Tobias Schumacher. (Nomos, Baden-Baden, 2005)', Björn Koopmans, Issue 2, pp. 287–289
'Book Review: Germany and East-Central Europe: Political, Economic and Socio-Cultural Relations in the Era of EU Enlargement, by Steve Wood. (Ashgate, Aldershot, 2004)', Hans Mackenstein, Issue 2, pp. 289–290

ISSUE 3
'How to Save the Doha Round: A European Perspective', Pitou van Dijck, Gerrit Faber, Issue 3, pp. 291–309
'Gradual Integration: An Attractive Alternative Integration Process for Turkey and the EU', Cemal Karakas, Issue 3, pp. 311–331
'The EU and Conflict in West Africa', Richard Youngs, Issue 3, pp. 333–352
'The EU Response to the Tsunami and the Need for a Human Security Approach', Marlies Glasius, Issue 3, pp. 353–378
'Helping Transition: The EU Police Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (EUPOL Kinshasa) in the Framework of EU Policies in the Great Lakes', Marta Martinelli, Issue 3, pp. 379–399
'The EU’s Joint Actions on Anti-personnel Mines and Unexploded Ordnance: Finding a Security Policy Identity', Robert Dover, Issue 3, pp. 401–416
'Mixing Tools Against Proliferation: The EU’s Strategy for Dealing with Weapons of Mass Destruction', Milagros Álvarez-Verdugo, Issue 3, pp. 417–438
'Book Review: Les Etats-Unis ont-ils besoin d’alliés? [Do the United States Need Allies?]', by Jean-Yves Haine. (Payot, Paris, 2004)', Galia Glume, Issue 3, pp. 439–441
'Book Review: Les armées d’Europe face aux défis capacitaires et technologiques [The Armies of Europe facing the Capability and Technology Challenge]', by Alain De Neve and Raphaël Mathieu. (Bruylant, Brussels, 2005)', Lieutenant-Colonel Alain Spoiden, Issue 3, pp. 441–442
'Book Review: Superpower Struggles: Mighty America, Faltering Europe, Rising Asia, by John Redwood. (Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2005)', John Dumbrell, Issue 3, pp. 442–443

ISSUE 4
'Why and to What Extent a Common Interpretative Position for Mixed Agreements?', Mustafa T. Karayigit, Issue 4, pp. 445–469
'Judicial Review of UN Sanctions by the Court of First Instance', Nikolaos Lavranos, Issue 4, pp. 471–490
'Acts to Combat the Financing of Terrorism: Common Foreign and Security Policy at the European Court of Justice', William Vlcek, Issue 4, pp. 491–507
'The European Union and Democracy Promotion in Bad Neighbourhoods: The Case of Central Asia', Alexander Warkotsch, Issue 4, pp. 509–525
'The European Union’s New Africa Strategy: Grounds for Cautious Optimism', S.S. Kingah, Issue 4, pp. 527–553
'The European Union and China: The Great Disillusion', Jonathan Holslag, Issue 4, pp. 555–580
'Book Review: Human Rights Conditionality in the EU’s International Agreements, by Lorand Bartels. (OUP, Oxford, 2005)', Steve Foster, Issue 4, pp. 581–582
'Book Review: Armed Forces and Society in Europe, by Anthony Foster. (Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2006)', Simon Duke, Issue 4, pp. 582–584
'Book Review: Die Verteidigungspolitik der Europäischen Union: Eine rechtliche Analyse [The Defence Policy of the European Union: A Legal Analysi hite, by Sebastian Graf von Kielmansegg. (Boorberg Verlag, Stuttgart, 2005)', Aurel Sari, Issue 4, pp. 584–586
'Book Review: Handbuch zur europäischen Sicherheit [European Security Handbook], by Franz Kernic and Gunther Hauser. (Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2005)', Elisabeth de Zutter, Issue 4, pp. 586–588
'Book Review: The International Relations of the European Union, by Steve Marsh and Hans Mackenstein. (Pearson Longman, Harlow, 2005)', Brian White, Issue 4, pp. 588–589

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