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The Context and Significance ofMultiple Nationality

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An analysis of multiple nationality will allow for consideration of all issues related to dual nationals, while delineating the enquiry as far as the relevant issues in international law in the most appropriate and flexible sense. This chapter delineates the effects of state practice in light of opinio juris in terms of the rules of international law related to nationality, opinion which is far from uniform, and thereby discerns the value, significance and nature of nationality, as well as its consequences, on the international plane. In this sense, it separates the legal consequences of nationality on the international and municipal planes, and presents arguments related to the nature of obligations of loyalty and the nature of allegiance on both the municipal and international planes, as well as the rights of citizenship in relation to nationality.

Keywords: international law; multiple nationality; rights of citizenship



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