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A Note from the Editors EFAR@25: Between Change and Continuity

A Note from the Editors EFAR@25: Between Change and Continuity A Note from the Editors EFAR@25: Between Change and Continuity The present issue of this journal leads us into its twenty-sixth volume, which is kick-started with a special issue on the first (and next) decade of the European External Action Service (EEAS). The European Foreign Affairs Review (EFAR) was established twenty-five years ago by David O’Keeffe and Jörg Monar, with Nanette Neuwahl replacing O’Keeffe at a later stage. In the very first issue (1996, No.1), the Editors shared their reasons to establish the new journal: [T]he European Union has undoubtedly become an international actor of the first order [and] it is time that the European Union’s foreign affairs should have a permanent forum for the analysis and discussion of central issues, questions and options. […] The European Foreign Affairs Review will concentrate on the political, legal and economic aspects of the Union’s external relations. The Review is intended to 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 first Guest Editorial in that issue was by Commissioner Hans van den http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Foreign Affairs Review Kluwer Law International

A Note from the Editors EFAR@25: Between Change and Continuity

European Foreign Affairs Review , Volume 26 (1): 4 – Feb 1, 2021

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A Note from the Editors EFAR@25: Between Change and Continuity The present issue of this journal leads us into its twenty-sixth volume, which is kick-started with a special issue on the first (and next) decade of the European External Action Service (EEAS). The European Foreign Affairs Review (EFAR) was established twenty-five years ago by David O’Keeffe and Jörg Monar, with Nanette Neuwahl replacing O’Keeffe at a later stage. In the very first issue (1996, No.1), the Editors shared their reasons to establish the new journal: [T]he European Union has undoubtedly become an international actor of the first order [and] it is time that the European Union’s foreign affairs should have a permanent forum for the analysis and discussion of central issues, questions and options. […] The European Foreign Affairs Review will concentrate on the political, legal and economic aspects of the Union’s external relations. The Review is intended to 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 first Guest Editorial in that issue was by Commissioner Hans van den

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Published: Feb 1, 2021

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