Andrei Dragan

Andrei Dragan
Central European University | CEU · Department of Legal Studies

SJD Candidate

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This paper aims to present upon some of the issues faced by minorities, especially “new minorities”, namely lack of recognition as such and societal acceptance, mainly in the countries part to the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities, as well as the exclusion from citizenship status and, in general, from how the majority s...
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The main purpose of this paper is to point out briefly the deficiencies of the present-day Dublin system and to outline one of the proposals that seeks to offer a solution that would make burden-sharing between the Member States possible and desirable and also protect human rights.
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[EN] Humans have always had an interesting relationship with death. It consumed their thoughts as much as it did their lives. From the moment man experienced the death of others, he could no longer ignore it, although he sought to forget it. I believe that by explaining the way people reacted in the face of their peers' death, as well as their own...
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[EN] This paper tries to offer a comparative study on the concept of hardship as (and if) it is defined or accepted in German, English and French legal cultures. I will briefly explore the historical contexts of the mentioned private law cultures and try to establish the reasons why they differ in their conceptions of the notion of hardship. Finall...
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[EN] This paper focuses on one key concept of contract law: error, as well as on the way it reveals a more or less general preference by a national private law framework for a more subjective, objective or mixed interpretation of contract law. By taking a look at the evolution of legal thought concerning private law, it would follow that, while som...
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[RO] Articolul de față își propune să analizeze doctrina ce a rezultat ca reacție la apariția Avizului 2/13 al Curții de Justiție a Uniunii Europene, prin care aceasta a considerat că Uniunea Europeană nu poate adera la sistemul Convenției Europene a Drepturilor Omului. Prospectul unei limitări a propriului său monopol interpretativ asupra dreptulu...
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The nature of the European Union has always been a topic for much discussion and debate, especially between those who advocate its place in international or constitutional law. We always try to define one entity by comparing it to another, so the difficulty of defining lies in finding if that entity can be assimilated with a preexisting one or if i...