The European Foreign Affairs Review considers the external posture of
the European Union in its political, legal and economic relations with the
rest of the world. It provides an interdisciplinary medium for the
understanding and analysis of foriegn affairs issues of relevance to the
European Union, its member states, and its international partners.
The Review will function as an interdisciplinary medium for the understanding
and analysis of foreign affairs issues which are of relevance to the European
Union and its Member States on the one hand and its international partners on
the other. The Review aims at meeting the needs of both the academic and the
practitioner (government officials throughout the world dealing with EU
matters, parliamentarians, EU officials, officials of international
organizations, executives of multinational corporations, specialized
journalists and policy-makers in general).
In doing so the Review will provide a public forum for the discussion and
development of European external policy interests and strategies, addressing
issues from the points of view of political science and policy-making, law or
economics. These issues will be discussed by authors drawn from around the
world while maintaining a European focus.
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