Dual Nationality in the European Union

Dual Nationality in the European Union

Dual Nationality in the European Union

The book analyzes the role of dual nationality in different fields of the law, in particular national and EU law, and offers a convincing argument for the (minimum) harmonization of European nationality laws.

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ISBN : 9004227210
Pages : 380 pages
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