Dr. Mirilovic Examines Dual Citizenship Across Nations

DN-Mirilovicr. Nikola Mirilovic recently published an article in International Political Science Review entitled “Regime Type, International Migration, and the Politics of Dual Citizenship Toleration.” Dual citizenship toleration has been growing cross-nationally. Scholars have explained dual citizenship toleration by pointing to increases in international immigration and to the pursuit of remittances by sending countries. Dr. Mirilovic argues that increases in emigration of the highly educated or in immigration and only raise the likelihood of dual citizenship toleration in democracies, while in authoritarian states the pattern is the opposite.  In addition to practical concerns, dual citizenship issues matter in addressing larger questions about links between domestic and international politics and about the nature and scope of nation states.

The article can be read here: http://ips.sagepub.com/content/early/recent

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