3 octobre 2014

REVUE : European Union Foreign Affairs Journal (vol. 3, 2014)

Hans-Jürgen ZAHORKA

In the last issue 2/2014 we opened the content with the EU Arctic policy - this time we introduce a new abbreviation: OCT, which means Overseas Countries and Territories, a number of small caillou-type territories all over the oceans, belonging to EU Member States and therefore also part of the EU - somehow. They have a special relation grid with the EU, and this is what Ofelya Sargsyan writes about.

Two other contributions on Ukraine, both on different aspects and from different angles, open the accent in this issue - the Eastern Partnership. Here there are also interesting developments and assessments on the Nagorno Karabakh question, which we include, among which the question of European regions and their foreign policy capacity may be an issue we will have to explore further in the future.

Furthermore, we are happy to publish an important aspect on one of the most interesting BRICS countries: India. Sourajit Aiyer from Mumbai/India contributed a multi-facet article on interesting economic sectors which should be considered by domestic and international investors. In this context, we hope to contribute to concrete economic discussions about India's future and the European Union, where India is met with a lot of sympathy. The largest democracy of the world with more than a billion citizens merits this.


Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs): Their Current Positions and Relationship with the EU  -Ofelya Sargsyan

Ukraine: Can Meaningful Reform Come out of Conflict? - Marek Dabrowski

Too Blind to See the Threat We Pose to Russia - Andreas M. Bock

The Latest 2014 Standard Eurobarometer: The European Elections Made a Difference

European Year for Development 2015 - The First European Year Dealing with EU External Policy

The Strategic Culture of Authoritarian Regimes: Mountainous Karabakh Conflict in the Limelight - Grigor Boyakhchyan

Spanish Regional Parliament Recognizes Nagorno-Karabakh's Self-determination

EU Commission: New Cooperation Priorities for the Eastern and the Southern Neighbourhood - 5,5 Billion EUR for 2014-2020

Adapting to Arctic Change - Monica Bjermeland

India: New Business Opportunities - Sourajit Aiyer

Value Africans Place on Education Varies Widely by Country: Africans Often Perceive Personal Connections as More Important to Success - Steve Crabtree


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