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2012 Sept # – Stiller

Martin Stiller
Statelessness in international law: a historic overview
DAJV Newsletter 37:3 (Sept 2012) 94-99


[99 footnotes] This article includes the following distinction between nationality and citizenship: “At the international level, the concept of nationality is the only important criterion constituting an international affiliation between individual and state. It should be noted that the question of citizenship does not bear on the issue, as citizenship is only a qualified status of nationality, a status designed to confer rights – mostly political – to the citizen.” (II.1, page 95)

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1 September 2012 at 5:00 am

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