Allegiance, Citizenship and the Law - Helen Irving

Allegiance, Citizenship and the Law

The Enigma of Belonging

Weaving together theoretical, historical, and legal approaches, this book offers a fresh perspective on the modern revival of the concept of allegiance, identifying and contextualising its evolving association with theories of citizenship. Les mer
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Weaving together theoretical, historical, and legal approaches, this book offers a fresh perspective on the modern revival of the concept of allegiance, identifying and contextualising its evolving association with theories of citizenship.
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Forlag: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781839102530
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«‘Focused on citizenship as legal status, Helen Irving meticulously excavates the complex past and present of allegiance in relation to the topic of citizenship. She shows us in detail how allegiance works, how it links to acquisition and loss of citizenship, and how we should think about it in relation to contested topics such as dual citizenship. Until now, there has been a gap in the literature of modern citizenship in relation to allegiance. Irving’s new book fills that gap.’»

Contents: Preface 1. Introduction: the origins and evolution of allegiance 2. Dual citizenship and ‘split allegiance’ 3. Naturalisation and transfer of allegiance 4. Swearing allegiance 5. Treason 6. Loss of citizenship 7. Buying citizenship 8. Conclusion: the citizenship bond Index
Helen Irving, Professor Emerita, Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney, Australia