European Journal of Migration and Law 2: 461–463, 2000. 461 Contents of Volume 2 Volume 2, No. 1 Articles Patrick Twomey, Europe’s Other Market 1–36 Agnès Hurwitz, The ‘Schengen’ Practice and Case-Law in Belgium 37–48 Helen Staples, Adjudicating the Schengen Agreements in the Netherlands 49–83 News Patrick A. Taran, Status and Prospects for the UN Convention on Migrants’ Rights 85–100 Case Reports Comments on Florus Ariël Wijsenbeek (Case C-378/97 of 21 September 1999) and Arblade (Joined cases C-369/96 and C-376/96 of 23 November 1999), by D. Martin 101–107 Book Reviews Rolf Gutmann, Die Assoziationsfreizügigkeit türkischer Staat- sangehöriger: Ihre Entdeckung und ihr Inhalt (Günther Hirsch) 109–110 James C. Hathaway (ed.), Reconceiving International Refugee Law (Joanne Van Selm) 110–113 Frances Nicholson and Patrick Twomey (eds.), Refugee Rights and Realities: Evolving International Concepts and Regimes (Colin Harvey) 114–115 Christian Joppke, Immigration and the Nation State: The United States, Germany and Great Britain (Ulf Häußler) 115–118 Erratum 119 Instructions for Authors 121–125 462 CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2 Volume 2, No. 2 Articles Steve Peers, The EC-Switzerland Agreement on Free Movement of Persons: Overview and Analysis 127–142 Klaus Sieveking, The Significance of the Transborder Utilisation of Health Care Benefits for Migrants 143–155 Maija
European Journal of Migration and Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2000
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