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The Scramble for CitizensDual Nationality and State Competition for Immigrants$
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David Cook-Martin

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780804782982

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804782982.001.0001

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Citizenship in an Integrating WorId

Citizenship in an Integrating WorId

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The Scramble for Citizens
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This chapter highlights the importance of an international political field frame-work for understanding citizenship in an increasingly integrated world. It considers how citizenship has played out globally to argue that a competitive dynamic has historically obtained in the formulation of citizenship. It considers the promise of adopting the proposed framework for understanding citizenship and the challenges posed to this institution in the 21st century. This chapter concludes with a review of the potential of adopting not only a long and comparative view but also of considering affective and legal citizenship at different political scales above and below that of traditional central states.

Keywords:   21st century citizenship, international politics, integration, affective citizenship, legal citizenship

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