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Rights and duties of dual nationals : evolution and prospects

Author: David Martin; Kay Hailbronner
Publisher: New York : Kluwer Law International, 2003.
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The increased emergence of dual and multiple nationality in our globalized world has led to public and scholarly debates on a number of resulting practical questions. This book comprehensively  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Martin; Kay Hailbronner
ISBN: 9041119329 9789041119322
OCLC Number: 70726595
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 397 pages)
Contents: Preface; D.A. Martin, K. Hailbronner. Contributors. I: Foundations. 1. Introduction: The Trend Toward Dual Nationality; D.A. Martin. 2. Rights and Duties of Dual Nationals: Changing Concepts and Attitudes; K. Hailbronner. 3. Multiple Nationality and the Postnational Transformation of Citizenship; L. Bosniak. Comment: Bosniak on the Postnational Transformation of Citizenship; K.-D. Schnapauff. II: Specific Policy Fields. 4. Effect of Nationality and Dual Nationality on Judicial Cooperation, including Treaty Regimes such as Extradition; S. Oeter. 5. Dual Nationality and Military Service: Strategy Number Two; S. Legomsky. Comment: Dual Nationality and Military Service; O. Reermann. 6. Political Rights and Dual Nationality; P. Spiro. Comment: Political Rights of Dual Nationals in Turkish Law; N. Eksi. 7. Challenges of International Cooperation in a World of Increasing Dual Nationality; R. Koslowski. 8. Administrative Systems and Dual Nationality: The Information Gap; H. Hagedorn. 9. Loss of Nationality: A Critical Inventory; G.-R. de Groot. III: National Practice. 10. Under Two Flags: Dual Nationality in Latin America and Its Consequences for Naturalization in the United States; M. Jones-Correa. Comments: Development of Dual Nationality under German Law; M. Wiedemann. Double and Multiple Nationality in Germany after the Citizenship Reform Act of 1999; C. Kreuzer. 11. Citizenship and Multiple Citizenship in Turkish Law; C. Rumpf. Comment: Consequences of Dual Nationality with regard to Residence, Employment, Ownership in Immovable Property, Military Service and Holding Political Office in Turkish Law; N. Eksi. IV: Recommendations: Managing Dual Nationality. Index.
Responsibility: edited by David A. Martin and Kay Hailbronner.


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