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Limits of European citizenship : European integration and domestic immigration policies /
Maarten P. Vink.
imprint
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
description
xiii, 209 p. : ill.
ISBN
1403939365
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imprint
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
isbn
1403939365
general note
Originally presented as the author's thesis--Universiteit Leiden, 2003.
catalogue key
5559918
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Maarten P. Vink is an assistant professor of European Studies at Maastricht University in The Netherlands
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Summaries
Long Description
This book is about change and resilience of citizenship under pressure from European integration. It analyzes parliamentary debates from the 1990s in the Netherlands on the issues of asylum, resident status and nationality. The author shows how the hesitant penetration of "Europe" in these domestic debates evidences the continuing relevance of domestic politics for the extension of membership and rights to non-citizens, and demonstrates the unsettled nature of European citizenship.
Bowker Data Service Summary
Using debates in the Dutch parliament concerning issues such as asylum, resident status and nationality, this text demonstrates how the hesitant penetration of 'Europe' in these domestic debates evidences the continuing relevance of domestic politics for the extension of membership and the rights to non-citizens.
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This book is about change and resilience of citizenship under pressure from European integration. It analyzes parliamentary debates from the 1990s in the Netherlands on the issues of asylum, resident status and nationality.
Short Annotation
This book is about change and resilience of citizenship under pressure from European integration.
Table of Contents
List of Boxes, Figures and Tablesp. vii
Prefacep. viii
Acknowledgementsp. xi
List of Abbreviationsp. xii
Introductionp. 1
Limits of citizenship?p. 1
Citizenship and immigrationp. 8
Mechanisms of domestic changep. 11
Europeanization and European integrationp. 15
The case of the Netherlandsp. 18
Outline of the bookp. 22
Citizenshipp. 24
Introductionp. 24
A contingently contested conceptp. 25
Membership and rightsp. 27
Urban citizenshipp. 29
National citizenshipp. 32
Post-national citizenshipp. 36
Conclusionp. 40
European Citizenshipp. 42
Introductionp. 42
A 'People's Europe'?p. 43
Union citizenshipp. 48
Fundamental rightsp. 52
Citizens and the European 'Constitution'p. 56
Conclusionp. 64
Immigration and European Integrationp. 66
Introductionp. 66
Negative and positive integrationp. 67
Towards a common European immigration policy?p. 72
Nice and the Constitutional Treatyp. 81
Conclusionp. 88
Asylump. 90
Introductionp. 90
Refugee protection in postwar Europep. 91
Burden-sharing in the European Unionp. 94
Dutch asylum policyp. 100
Dutch asylum policy in a European perspectivep. 103
Government and parliamentp. 108
Conclusionp. 114
Resident Statusp. 116
Introductionp. 116
Union citizensp. 117
Third country nationalsp. 123
Dutch minorities policyp. 127
Equal treatmentp. 128
Differential treatmentp. 132
Conclusionp. 137
Nationalityp. 139
Introductionp. 139
Union citizenship and member state nationalityp. 140
Nationality conventions of the Council of Europep. 144
Dutch citizenship policyp. 146
The domestic impact of the European Unionp. 149
The domestic impact of the Council of Europep. 152
Conclusionp. 156
The Outlook for European Citizenshipp. 158
Asylum Applications in EU Member States, 1984-2003p. 170
EURODAC 'Category 1 against Category 1' Hits, 2003p. 172
Notesp. 173
Bibliographyp. 184
Indexp. 204
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