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„Şi astfel toţi oamenii (nu) devin fraţi…” – criza migranţilor între bunăvoinţă şi legislaţie
“And so all People Do (Not) Become Brothers” – Migration Crisis between Goodwill and Legislation

Author(s): Emanuel Tăvală
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Published by: Universul Juridic
Keywords: migration; migration politics; European Union;

Summary/Abstract: Migration is in and in the news and it represents a great challenge, if not the greatest, for the nation states and for the international law. We are now used to have such subjects every day in the news, even if they are positive or negative news. The process of globalization is characterized by the mobility of capital and the inevitable expansion of markets which has denationalized national economies and territories, as well as decentered sovereignty. The process of globalization and the inevitable expansion of markets, transportation, communication, capital and skills have challenged the geographic hegemony of national governments and their borders. If there was a great debate in the 20th century with regard to the flow of highly skilled, now there is resurgence with a different direction: qualified migration is not necessarily regarded as being detrimental, labor markets are no longer viewed as national, but as international and increase in non-permanent, circular migration between nations. These three trends are mainly a result of modern ways of transportation and communication.

  • Issue Year: 2016
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 176-186
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: Romanian