Title:The rights and duties of external citizenship Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2009Citation:
- Citizenship Studies, 2009, 13, 5, 475-499
Type:ArticleAbstract:What are the rights and obligations of citizens who live outside their country? Political theory has so far focused on immigrants' access to citizenship in countries of settlement and has had little to say about their ...
Title:Global Justice, Freedom of Movement and Democratic Citizenship Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2009Citation:
- European Journal of Sociology/Archives européennes de sociologie, 2009, 50, 1, 1-31.
Type:ArticleAbstract:The article discusses three liberal arguments about freedom of movement: immigration as a remedy for global injustice in the distribution of opportunities, freedom of movement as an integral aspect of individual autonomy, ...
Title:Stakeholder Citizenship and Transnational Political Participation. A Normative Evaluation of External Voting Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2007Citation:
- Fordham Law Review, 2007, 75, 5, 2393-2447
Title:Cutting genuine links : a normative analysis of citizenship deprivation Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer ; PASKALEV, VescoDate:2015Citation:
- Georgetown immigration law journal, 2015, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 47-104
Type:ArticleAbstract:Most critical analyses assess citizenship deprivation policies against international human rights and domestic rule of law standards, such as prevention of statelessness, non-arbitrariness with regard to justifications and ...
Title:Why European Citizenship? Normative Approaches to Supranational Union Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2007Citation:
- Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 2007, 8, 2
Title:A multilevel puzzle : migrants’ voting rights in national and local elections Author(s):ARRIGHI, Jean-Thomas; BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2017Citation:
- European journal of political research, 2017, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp. 619–639
Type:ArticleAbstract:How does international migration impact the composition of the demos? Constitutional doctrines and democratic theories suggest contrasting responses: an insular one excludes both non-citizen immigrants and citizen-emigrants; ...
Title:Why liberal nationalism does not resolve the progressive’s trilemma : comment on Will Kymlicka’s article 'Solidarity in diverse societies' Author(s):BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2016Citation:
- Comparative migration studies, 2016, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 1-6 (Article 10)
Type:ArticleAbstract:Will Kymlicka invokes solidarity within the nation, which has a progressive potential when it includes culturally diverse groups into a national We and when it can be mobilized against class privilege. Kymlicka is concerned ...
Title:Introduction: realignments of citizenship: reassessing rights in the age of plural memberships and multi-level governance Author(s):GUIRAUDON, Virginie; BAUBÖCK, Rainer Date:2009Citation:
- Citizenship Studies, 2009, 13, 5, 439–450
Type:ArticleAbstract:The contributions to this special issue of Citizenship Studies generally understand citizenship as referring to a status of equal membership in bounded political communities. This introduction sketches three realignments ...