PART ONE: A NEW EUROPEAN ORDER: GENERAL TENDENCIES
Post-Cold War Europe
A Synthesis of a Bipolar Friend-Foe Structure and a Hierarchic Cosmos-Chaos Structure?
Obstinate and Obsolete
Non-Territorial Transnational Forces versus the European Territorial State
Emerging European Analogies to Pre-Nation-State Imperial Systems
Nation States and Empires in the Current Process of European Change
Shireen T Hunter
Europe's Relations with the Muslim World
Emerging Patterns of Conflict and Cooperation
PART TWO: RUSSIA AND THE WEST - FROM COLD WAR TO A `COLD PEACE'?
Iver B Neumann
The Geopolitics of Delineating `Russia' and `Europe'
The Creation of the `Other' in European and Russian Tradition
Pavel K Baev
Russia's Departure from Empire
Self-Assertiveness and a New Retreat
Possible Scenarios for Geopolitical Shift in Russian-European Relations
PART THREE: THE BALKANS: BETWEEN EUROPE AND THE `OTHER'
The New Balance of Power in South-Eastern Europe
Notes Towards a Provisional Assessment
Victoria Ingrid Einagel
Lasting Peace in Bosnia? Politics of Territory and Identity