European Foreign Affairs Review

Volume 23 (2018)

ISSUE 1
'Regulatory Network Calibration in the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement', Cho-Hsin Su, Issue 1, pp. 1–19
'The Non-Ratification Scenario: Legal and Practical Responses to Mixed Treaty Rejection by Member States', Gesa Kübek, Issue 1, pp. 21–40
'Mapping Variation of Civil Society Involvement in EU Trade Agreements: A CSI Index', Deborah Martens, Lore Van den Putte,, Myriam Oehri, Jan Orbie, Issue 1, pp. 41–62
'The Enigmatic Role of Defence in the EU: From EDC to EDU?', Simon Duke, Issue 1, pp. 63–80
'The Syria Conflict and the Euro-Med Refugee Crisis: An Opportunity to Enhance the Common Foreign and Security Policy?', Robert Mason, Issue 1, pp. 81–95
'The International Dimension of the EU Agencies: Framing a Growing Legal-Institutional Phenomenon', Florin Coman-Kund, Issue 1, pp. 97–118
'Compromising on Values? Human Rights Pressure and Competing Interests of the European Union in the Former Soviet States', Karina Shyrokykh, Issue 1, pp. 119–141

ISSUE 1/1
'Introduction: The EU and Its Eastern Neighbours – Perceptions and Strategic Dialogue in the Region', Natalia Chaban, Michèle Knodt, James Headley, Issue 1/1, pp. 1–22
'The European Union as a Transformative Power, a Donor or a Security Provider?: The View from the Eastern Partnership Countries', Vera Axyonova, Sergiy Gerasymchuk, Kornely Kakachia, Alla Rosca, Issue 1/1, pp. 23–40
'Well-Meaning but Ineffective? Perceptions of the EU’s Role as a Security Actor in the South Caucasus', Laure Delcour, Kataryna Wolczuk, Issue 1/1, pp. 41–60
'Perceptions of the EU’s Power in the Eastern Partnership Region: The Case of Armenia', Irina Petrova, Anna Ayvazyan, Issue 1/1, pp. 61–78
'Asymmetric Perceptions of EU Relations with the near Eastern Neighbours: The Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus in Comparison', Katharina Kleinschnitger, Michèle Knodt, Issue 1/1, pp. 79–99
'Perceptions of the Ukraine Crisis: A Clash Between a Modern Russia and a Postmodern European Union?', James Headley, Issue 1/1, pp. 101–117
'Communicating Europe Beyond Its Borders: Imagining the EU in Ukraine post-Maidan', Natalia Chaban, Anatoliy Chaban, Issue 1/1, pp. 119–138
'Geopolitical Othering Versus Normative Isomorphism? LGBTI Rights in Russia and Ukraine', Lien Verpoest, Issue 1/1, pp. 139–157
'On a Journey with Uncertain Destination: Metaphors and Images of the EU in Russian and Ukrainian Media after Brexit Vote', Natalia Chaban, Ole Elgström, Issue 1/1, pp. 159–176

ISSUE 2
'Ratification Risks in Mixed Agreements – The Case of CETA', Nanette Neuwahl, Issue 2, pp. 145–148
'EU-US Engagement on Regulatory Issues: Lessons Learnt, Notably in the Context of the TTIP Negotiations', Ignacio Garcia Bercero, Geraldine Emberger, Jan Vandenberghe, Issue 2, pp. 149–165
'Quo Vadis EU Investment Law and Policy? The Shaky Path Towards the International Promotion of EU Rules', Szilárd Gáspár-Szilágyi, Issue 2, pp. 167–186
'Opinion 1/15 on the EU-Canada Passenger Name Record (PNR) Agreement: PNR Agreements Need to Be Compatible with EU Fundamental Rights', Olivia Tambou, Issue 2, pp. 187–202
'Practicing or Preaching? Linking Taxation and Sustainable Development in EU Foreign Policy', Riina Pilke, Pekka Räsänen, Issue 2, pp. 203–221
'A Symbiotic Relationship? Examining the Convergence of Views Between Practitioners and Scholars on Sanctions Effectiveness', Andreas Boogaerts, Issue 2, pp. 223–241
'The European Union’s Conflict-Resolution Policy in Georgia: The Way Forward', Guy Harpaz, Issue 2, pp. 243–261
'Dynamics of Technical Progress Towards the EU Accession: New Rules, Vetoes and Power Asymmetries', Eda Kuşku-Sönmez, Selin Türkeş-Kılıç, Issue 2, pp. 263–280
'Book Review: The Trade Policy of the European Union, by Sieglinde Gstöhl & Drik De Bièvre. (Palgrave. 2018)', Robert Basedow, Issue 2, pp. 281–282

ISSUE 3
'Regional Cooperation in East Asia and the European Union', Hyoung-zhin Kim, Issue 3, pp. 283–286
'Security Cooperation in EU–China Relations: Towards Convergence?', Han Dorussen, Emil J. Kirchner, Thomas Christiansen, Issue 3, pp. 287–304
'Reimagining Taiwan? The EU’s Foreign Policy and Strategy in Asia', Reinhard Biedermann, Issue 3, pp. 305–325
'The Prospects for EU–Australian Free Trade Negotiations and the Challenge of Brexit', Edward Yencken, Issue 3, pp. 327–341
'The EU’s Global Strategy, Brexit and ‘America First’', Joris Larik, Issue 3, pp. 343–364
'The EU as an Interorganizational Influencer?', Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters, Issue 3, pp. 365–380
'Successful Crisis Management? Evaluating the Success of the EU Missions in the Western Balkans', Efe Usanmaz, Issue 3, pp. 381–403
'EU Strategy in Libya: Discourses vs Actions', Seyma Ekiz, Issue 3, pp. 405–425
'Book Review: Deepening The EU–China Partnership in an Unstable World: Bridging Institutional and Ideational Differences, edited by Mario Telò, Ding Chun & Zhang Xiaotong. (Abingdon/Oxon; New York: Routledge/Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism series. 2018)', Weining Ai, Issue 3, pp. 427–429

ISSUE 4
'The Role of the European Union Military Committee in EU External Relations', Mikhail Kostarakos, Issue 4, pp. 435–438
'Multilevel Constitutional Review and EU External Treaty Making After Opinion 2/15', Andreas Schöpgens, Geert Van Calster, Issue 4, pp. 439–462
'Corporate Social Responsibility in Recent Bilateral and Regional Free Trade Agreements: An Early Assessment', Francesca Romanin Jacur, Issue 4, pp. 465–483
'Making the Gulf Cooperation Council the EU of the Middle East', Torgeir E. Fjærtoft, Issue 4, pp. 485–503
'‘Speaking with One Voice’: Explaining Coherence in EU External Energy Security Policy', Victor A. Ferguson, Issue 4, pp. 506–519
'EU Support of Polyarchy? The Case of Morocco', Angelos Sepos, Issue 4, pp. 521–547
'The Case Western Sahara Campaign UK and the International and Institutional Coherence of European Union External Action. Opening Pandora’s Box?', Andrea Mensi, Issue 4, pp. 549–563
'Future Partnership in EU–UK Cross-Border Civil Judicial Cooperation', Zheng Sophia Tang, Issue 4, pp. 565–583
'Article Index', Issue 4, pp. 585–589

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