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Bilateral Agreements as a Means of Solving Minority Issues: The Case of the Hungarian Status Law

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Affiliations: 1: Bogdan Aurescu has a summa cum laude PhD in Law at the University of Bucharest. He is member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, substitute member of the Venice Commission and president of the Section for International Law of the Association for International Law and International Relations (the Romanian Branch of the International Law Association from London). Currently, he is Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania.


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