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The Resource Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood : the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova, Maxim Tabachnik, (electronic book)

Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood : the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova, Maxim Tabachnik, (electronic book)

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Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood : the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova
Title
Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood
Title remainder
the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova
Statement of responsibility
Maxim Tabachnik
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Tabachnik, Maxim
Dewey number
323.6
Index
index present
LC call number
  • JF801
  • JN6690-6699JA71-80JN
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Citizenship
  • Former Soviet republics
Label
Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood : the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova, Maxim Tabachnik, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Efforts to Build a Territorial Nation and Reaction
  • Includes index
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction: Territorial National Identity in Russia's "Buffer Zone"; Bibliography; Part I The Battle Between Blood and Territory: Academic, Historical and Institutional Setting; Chapter 2 The Academic Setting; 1 The Origins of the Nation: Modern or Pre-modern?; 2 The Embattled Ethnic/Civic Dichotomy; 3 The Ethnic/Civic Dichotomy and Comparative Citizenship Studies; 4 Ethnic/Civic Scholarship in the Post-Soviet Space; 5 An Ethnic/Territorial Solution; Bibliography; Chapter 3 The Historical and Institutional Settings
  • 1 The Nation Between Blood and Territory2 Citizenship Between Blood and Territory; 3 Ethnic/Territorial Tension in Russian Imperial and Soviet Identity Policies; 4 Ethnic/Territorial Tension in Today's Russia; 5 Unconditional Jus Soli: From the New World to the Human Rights Agenda; A Historical Overview; Jus Soli as a Human Right; Bibliography; Part II The Politics of Unconditional Jus Soli in the Post-Soviet States with Frozen Conflicts; Chapter 4 Citizenship Policy Highlights; 1 Azerbaijan: From Unconditional to Conditional Jus Soli
  • Unconditional Jus Soli in the 1995 Constitution and the 1998 Citizenship LawImplementation of Unconditional Jus Soli (1995-2014); The 2014 Amendment Annulling Unconditional Jus Soli; General Overview; Legal and Political Commentaries; Humanitarian Concerns; 2 Georgia: Jus Soli Aversion; The 1993 Citizenship Law; The 2004 Dual Citizenship Amendment; The 2014 Citizenship Law; 3 Moldova: From Conditional to Unconditional Jus Soli; Conditional Jus Soli in 1991-1994; Conditional Birthright Citizenship for Children of Foreigners in the 1996 Amendment; The 2000 Citizenship Law
  • The 2003 Dual Citizenship Amendment: The Birth of Unconditional Jus SoliBibliography; Chapter 5 Frozen Conflicts and Politics of Territorial Citizenship; 1 Moldova: Transnistria's Territorial Impact on Citizenship Policy; 2 Azerbaijan: Nagorno-Karabakh's Territorial Impact on Citizenship Policy; The Rise and Fall of Pan-Turkism; Academic Battles over Karabakh: Seeking the Nation's Origins; 3 Georgia: The Fear for Ethnic Survival; Bibliography; Chapter 6 Historical Collective Identity; 1 Moldova: An Ambiguous Nation; Shifting Borders and Populations; Moldovans or Romanians?
  • (In)congruence of Ethnic and Political BordersConsequences of Unconditional Jus Soli; The Law on Civil Status: Ethnicity Loses Its Meaning; 2 Azerbaijan: Another Ambiguous Nation; Latent Ethnic Concept of the Nation; Azeris or Turks?; Heydar Aliyev: Territorial Nationalism Against Pan-Turkism; (In)congruence of Ethnic and Political Borders: Azeris Between Azerbaijan and Iran; Diaspora, Georgia Azeris and 2014 Citizenship Law Amendments; 3 Georgia: Territorial on the Outside, Ethnic on the Inside; A Long History of Ethnic Nationalism; The Ethnic Nation in Peril and the 1993 Citizenship Law
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (295 p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030128821
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1096525968
  • (OCoLC)1096525968
Label
Citizenship, territoriality, and post-Soviet Nationhood : the politics of birthright citizenship in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Moldova, Maxim Tabachnik, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Efforts to Build a Territorial Nation and Reaction
  • Includes index
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction: Territorial National Identity in Russia's "Buffer Zone"; Bibliography; Part I The Battle Between Blood and Territory: Academic, Historical and Institutional Setting; Chapter 2 The Academic Setting; 1 The Origins of the Nation: Modern or Pre-modern?; 2 The Embattled Ethnic/Civic Dichotomy; 3 The Ethnic/Civic Dichotomy and Comparative Citizenship Studies; 4 Ethnic/Civic Scholarship in the Post-Soviet Space; 5 An Ethnic/Territorial Solution; Bibliography; Chapter 3 The Historical and Institutional Settings
  • 1 The Nation Between Blood and Territory2 Citizenship Between Blood and Territory; 3 Ethnic/Territorial Tension in Russian Imperial and Soviet Identity Policies; 4 Ethnic/Territorial Tension in Today's Russia; 5 Unconditional Jus Soli: From the New World to the Human Rights Agenda; A Historical Overview; Jus Soli as a Human Right; Bibliography; Part II The Politics of Unconditional Jus Soli in the Post-Soviet States with Frozen Conflicts; Chapter 4 Citizenship Policy Highlights; 1 Azerbaijan: From Unconditional to Conditional Jus Soli
  • Unconditional Jus Soli in the 1995 Constitution and the 1998 Citizenship LawImplementation of Unconditional Jus Soli (1995-2014); The 2014 Amendment Annulling Unconditional Jus Soli; General Overview; Legal and Political Commentaries; Humanitarian Concerns; 2 Georgia: Jus Soli Aversion; The 1993 Citizenship Law; The 2004 Dual Citizenship Amendment; The 2014 Citizenship Law; 3 Moldova: From Conditional to Unconditional Jus Soli; Conditional Jus Soli in 1991-1994; Conditional Birthright Citizenship for Children of Foreigners in the 1996 Amendment; The 2000 Citizenship Law
  • The 2003 Dual Citizenship Amendment: The Birth of Unconditional Jus SoliBibliography; Chapter 5 Frozen Conflicts and Politics of Territorial Citizenship; 1 Moldova: Transnistria's Territorial Impact on Citizenship Policy; 2 Azerbaijan: Nagorno-Karabakh's Territorial Impact on Citizenship Policy; The Rise and Fall of Pan-Turkism; Academic Battles over Karabakh: Seeking the Nation's Origins; 3 Georgia: The Fear for Ethnic Survival; Bibliography; Chapter 6 Historical Collective Identity; 1 Moldova: An Ambiguous Nation; Shifting Borders and Populations; Moldovans or Romanians?
  • (In)congruence of Ethnic and Political BordersConsequences of Unconditional Jus Soli; The Law on Civil Status: Ethnicity Loses Its Meaning; 2 Azerbaijan: Another Ambiguous Nation; Latent Ethnic Concept of the Nation; Azeris or Turks?; Heydar Aliyev: Territorial Nationalism Against Pan-Turkism; (In)congruence of Ethnic and Political Borders: Azeris Between Azerbaijan and Iran; Diaspora, Georgia Azeris and 2014 Citizenship Law Amendments; 3 Georgia: Territorial on the Outside, Ethnic on the Inside; A Long History of Ethnic Nationalism; The Ethnic Nation in Peril and the 1993 Citizenship Law
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (295 p.)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030128821
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1096525968
  • (OCoLC)1096525968

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