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  Issue 13 – February 2004
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Issue 13 – February 2004 (current issue)
Editorial / Promoting change in PEP Croatia / Adding a piece to the European Union jigsaw / Download from the Teachers’ Zone / Launch of the interactive STANAG CD / A strategic approach to English language training.

Issue 12 – October 2003
Editorial / PEP helps get troops talking in Iraq / Command English in Ukraine / PEP’s positively best efforts in Armenia / Face-to-face in cyberspace / Regional co-operation in the Ukrainian–Polish Peacekeeping Battalion / Cross-border police production in Estonia / MERP shows its teeth.

Issue 11 – July 2003
Editorial / Where are you going this summer? / Sustainability or natural selection? / Launch of English for Modern Policing / Marrying theory and practice in Central Asia / Three men, two women and a baby / PEP presence at IATEFL / The Baltics roadshow.

Issue 10 – April 2003
Editorial / Developing appropriate and sustainable systems / Developing appropriate and sustainable systems / PEP Tajikistan takes its first steps / A conversation with Barno Karymova, PEP Co-ordinator in Tajikistan / Assessing the Uzbek Military Languages Directorate conference / Sharing the expertise ...

Issue 9 – January 2003
Editorial / A PEP perspective on the seven new NATO invitees / Progress at the PEP Conference in Croydon / Beating swords into software / New PEP members / Give teachers time / A positive border guard encounter in Poland.

Issue 8 – October 2002
Editorial / Working for a ticket-less testing system / Sauna virgins and tiger teams/ Double PEP nuptials / Moving materials out by the truckload / Breaking down age-old barriers in Ukraine / A week in the working life of Mark Crossey.

Issue 7 – July 2002
Editorial / Armed forces and society: changed management in Albania / Pursuing PfP Partnership Goals in Croatia / Geoff Hoon at the new PEP centre in Skopje / Keeping the peace for the UN and NATO / Rebuilding for Ukraine’s future / A week in the working life of Katerina Zagortcheva.

Issue 6 – April 2002
Editorial / Strong support for PEP Estonia / NATO and PEP – a unique team / It’s serious fun at Justice and Home Affairs / Changing mind-sets in Latvia / Braving Borovoye on horseback.

Issue 5 – December 2001
Editorial / Starting on a high note / Assissing impact of PEPs / Looking beyond the crisis / Making sense in BiH / A week in the working life of Hamish McIlwraith.

Issue 4 – September 2001
Editorial / Military English ... on a website near you / Who writes language exams for Polish armed forces? / Learning new tricks in Tashkent / An interview with Colonel Kuangaliev / A week in the working life of Jiri Dvorak.

Issue 3 – April 2001
Editorial / An MOD PEP perspective / Spotlight on the summer school training system / Getting in shape for the summer / Teacher training in a castle / A week in the working life of Wing Commander Andrew Kerr.

Issue 2 – December 2000
Editorial / ASSIST: ELT from an FCO perspective / Outreach – a helping hand for peace and stability / English for the Ukrainian Armed Forces / Kicking off PEP Croatia / PEP – a country director’s view / A week in the working life of Major Miroslaw Les

Issue 1 – May 2000
Editorial / Accepting the PEP Challenge / Self-access impresses in Poland / Baltics baseline study / Kazakhstan’s Testing Commission in safe hands / Trumpeting the standard / Benchmark testing in Turkmenistan / A week in the working life of Irene Lavington.

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