5 Colum. J. Eur. L. [i] (1998-1999)

handle is hein.journals/coljeul5 and id is 1 raw text is: THE COLUMBIA JOURNAL
OF EUROPEAN LAW

VOL. 5                      Fall/Winter 199899                      NO. 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ADDRESS
WHAT KIND OF LAW DOES EUROPE NEED? THE       Judge David A.O. Edward      1
RoLE OF LAW, LAwmVs AND JUDGES IN
CoNTEMPoRARY EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
ARTICLES
SMPUFICATION OF EUROPEAN LAW                           Roland Bieber &  15
Cesla Amarelle
INHABITANTS IN THE FIELD OF EUROPEAN                   Damian Chalmers   39
COMMuNrrY ENvntomFrrAL LAW
THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF THE                    Andre Fiebig  79
EUROPEAN MERGER CONTROL REGULATION
THE MEMBERS OF THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE               Sally J. Kenney 101
EUROPEAN ComuNrmEs
CASE LAW
Case C-251/95. Sabel BV v. Puma AG                                      135
Case C-249/96. Lisa Jacqueline Grant v. South-West Trains Ltd.          141
LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS
Council Directive 97/80/EC. Burden of Proof in Cases of Sex Discrimination  153
Council Regulation No. 2046/97/EC & Commission Regulation No. 2093/97/EC.  157
Recent Efforts to Combat Illegal Drug Production and Consumption
Council Regulation No. 1484/97. Population Policies and Programs for Developing  161
Countries
BOOK REVIEWS
Alan Cafruny & Patrick Peters, eds., The Union and the World: The Political  167
Economy of a Common European Foreign Policy
Andrew Duff, Reforming the European Union                               171
Hans Mouritzen, External Danger and Democracy: Old Nordic Lessons and New  175
European Challenges

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