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A Case Study of the Dual Citizenship Arrangement between Russia and Turkmenistan

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The Dual Citizenship Agreement that had been in effect since December 1993 provided for the right of citizens of one state party to take, without losing their citizenship, the citizenship of the other party and charged both states equally with the defence and protection of dual citizens' rights and freedoms. This chapter focuses on the Dual Citizenship Agreement's 'life-cycle', reasons for its conclusion and subsequent termination, its current status, as well as its impact on all those directly and indirectly affected by the twists and turns surrounding it. The chapter consists of two parts. The first one is devoted to the discussion of the Dual Citizenship Agreement itself. In the second part, the dispute between Russia and Turkmenistan over the Dual Citizenship Agreement and the institute of dual citizenship is examined with regard to the applicable rules of international law.

Keywords: Dual Citizenship Arrangement; Russia; Turkmenistan

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