The Review is the most up–to–date and authoritative source of information for those engaged in teaching and research or who are simply interested in the European Union. One new innovation, beginning with the 2002/2003 issue, is that the Review s focus has been widened to include coverage of political and economic developments in the applicant countries that are soon to be full members of the Union.
1. Keynote Article: Recent Trends in the Franco–German Relationship: Thomas Pederesen (University of Aarhus).
2. Governance and Institutions: Anticipating the Impact of Enlargement: Desmond Dinan (George Mason University).
3. The Spanish Presidency: Catalysing a New Axis in the EU?: Esther Barbé (Universitate Autonoma de Barcelona).
4. The Danish Presidency: Wonderful Copenhagen : Lykke Friis (Confederation of Danish Industries).
5. Internal Policy Developments: Hussein Kassim (University of London).
6. The European Central Bank in 2002: Waiting for Recovery: Massimo Beber (University of Cambridge).
7. Legal Developments: Jo Hunt (Cardiff Law School, University of Wales).
8. External Policy Developments: David Allen and Michael Smith (Loughborough University).
9. Enlarging the European Union: Julie Smith (Royal Institute of International Affairs).
10. Justice and Home Affairs: Jörg Monar (University of Sussex).
11. Developments in the Member States: Michael Bruter (London School of Economics and Political Science).
12. Developments in the Applicant States: Karen Henderson (University of Leicester).
13. Developments in the Economies of the European Union: Nigel Grimwade (South Bank University).
14. Developments in the Economies of the Applicant States: Debra Johnson (University of Hull).
15. Chronology: The European Union in 2002: Lee Miles (University of Hull).