By Thomas Faist
In an age of terrorism and securitized immigration, twin citizenship is of relevant theoretical and modern political situation. during this quantity, the individuals examine regulations relating to twin citizenship throughout Europe. a large spectrum of case experiences are supplied; from the particularly restrictive German case to the extra tolerant Dutch case, to the Swedish case, during which twin citizenship is explicitly approved. emigration international locations, Turkey and Poland, also are lined. The case reports discover the negotiated personality and limits of political club and the basic ideals and arguments inside of designated political cultures and institutional settings that have formed debates and rules on citizenship. The analyses serve to discover the similarities and changes within the politics of twin citizenship so as to picking out the dominant phrases of public debates inside of and throughout chosen immigration and emigration states in Europe. The learn exhibits that guidelines on twin citizenship aren't easily defined via diverse ideas of nationhood, yet strategies of societal integration, that can good be contested in a given coverage, are tremendous influential.
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For its part, Poland has rejected dual citizenship among its emigrants de jure but has consented to it de facto. The obvious question resulting from such observations is whether de facto tolerance of dual citizenship among selected categories of immigrants and emigrants is one of the endogenous factors contributing to eventual de jure tolerance of dual citizenship. A Framework for Empirical Analysis (2): Institutional and Discursive Dimensions All ﬁve case studies follow an analytical scheme consisting of the elements discussed earlier in this section, namely the importance of the belief system for societal integration, the two framing hypotheses on individual rights vs.
In some cases the tolerance of dual citizenship for emigrants applies only to emigration country citizens but not to immigrants or national minorities within these countries: thus we can speak of differentialist transnationalism, which is not only state-led but also has ethno-national characteristics. Authorities in immigration 18 Dual Citizenship in Europe countries may in some cases guard against unwanted migration by their own national minorities living abroad. In the German-Polish case, for example, dual passports of German minorities in Poland’s Silesia serve as insurance to exit and thus actual return to Germany.
Citizens, for their part, are less rigidly tied to particular states both psychologically in terms of their felt afﬁliations and legally in terms of the weight placed on individual rights in determining citizenship. In sum, to capture the truly seminal development of contested dual citizenship we need to expand our conceptual horizon and go beyond nationally-bounded political systems to include a postnational and a transnational perspective. This is one way to counter ‘methodological nationalism’ (Herminio Martin in 1974 quoted by Smith 1979, 191) in comparative political studies which has unduly privileged the idea that national systems could be conceived of as tightly bounded political containers.
Dual Citizenship in Europe: From Nationhood to Societal Integration by Thomas Faist