Can Withdrawing Citizenship Be Justified?
Denationalisation - withdrawing citizenship from a person - is a practice with a long historic pedigree that continues to affect the lives of many people today. Are there conditions under which denationalisation is morally justified? If so, what are they? And can legal and political norms that authorise states to engage in citizenship withdrawal be justified? This article provides answers to these questions.
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