Ethnic Citizenship Regimes: Europeanization, Post-war by Aleksandra Maatsch (auth.) PDF

By Aleksandra Maatsch (auth.)

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ISBN-13: 9780230307391

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Divergence between the nationality laws of different countries has sometimes been presented as reflecting varying essential or dominant conceptions of the nation (Brubaker, 1992) which they are not’ (Weil, 2001, Comparative Citizenship Research 23 p. 18). Rather, the differences and similarities between the citizenship legislations of particular states can be eventually explained by two factors: (i) legal path-dependency and (ii) long-term migration experience (emigration or immigration). In the same volume, Christian Joppke recognized legal pathdependency as a factor explaining differences and similarities in national citizenship legislation (2001).

In the case of national citizenship, the potential legal impact of the EU and the Council of Europe is indeed very vague, as this book will later illustrate, given both the substance and 32 Ethnic Citizenship Regimes the binding instruments. As a consequence, it can be expected that the impact of the EU legal acts (here: treaties) and the Council of Europe’s conventions will be slight, which has already been illustrated by Checkel’s and Vink’s findings. What is nonetheless worth examining is whether, in the case of national citizenship, indirect, horizontal Europeanization was more intensive, generating more policy convergence than vertical Europeanization.

249). According to Favell, the prevalence of ‘path-dependency’ prevents implementation of international human rights standards: ‘it is the power of path-dependency that blocks internal adaptation [of international norms] and responsiveness to these problems’ (2001, p. 241). Nonetheless, Favell’s argument raises an important concern. Namely, it is problematic to demonstrate empirically how highly abstract concepts such as ‘public philosophy’ inform legal or policy change; finding sound empirical indicators for such concepts remains very challenging.

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