Nationality and citizenship have been subjects of stormy policy debates in many EU countries in recent years. Concerns over the integration of immigrants, but also attempts to forge links with emigrants, have led to changes in the laws regulating loss and acquisition of nationality and citizenship. This title outlines the research conducted by a team of 30 researchers into the nationality laws and their implementation in 15 EU member states.
Volume 2 of this study presents detailed studies of each country’s nationality laws, their historical background and current provisions. It is a companion to volume 1 which contains comparative analyses based on a novel methodology that permits a detailed comparison how nationality can be acquired or lost across all 15 countries. The results show divergent trends towards liberalization in some countries and new restrictions of access to nationality in others.
Bernhard Perchinig and Rainer Bauböck
Dilek Çinar and Harald Waldrauch
Marie-Claire Foblets and Sander Loones
Patrick Weil and Alexis Spire
Marta Arena, Bruno Nascimbene and Giovanna Zincone
François Moyse, Pierre Brasseur and Denis Scuto
Ricky van Oers, Betty de Hart and Kees Groenendijk
Maria Ioannis Baganha and Constanca Urbano de Sousa
Ruth Rubio Marın
Hedvig Lokrantz Bernitz and Henrik Bernitz
15 United Kingdom
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