ix, 260 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
9780415669047 hardback 0415669049 hardback 9780203803707 ebook 0203803701 ebook
Other Standard Identifiers
Routledge research on the global politics of migration ; 1.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1: Islamic migration and anti-terrorism laws: fight against terror in the EU and EU citizenship, towards European (dis)integration / Tony Marguery; Institutionalisation of Islam in France and Germany: The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) and the German Islankonferenz / Benjamin Bruce; Asylum, 'terror' and the European 'security state': the construction of the "outsider" / Fran Cetti Part 2: who is an insider and who is an outsider?: free movement of persons in EU external relations / Tamara Takacs; Romanian migration to Italy: insiders and outsiders / Cara Uccellini; The external and internal dimension of the creation of the "fortress Europe" / Leila Simona Talani Part 3: Migration and the construction of identity: enlargement and beyond: moving boundaries and (re)constituting identities in post wall Europe / Sobrina Edwards; European citizenship construction / Francesca Alice Vianello; European citizenship and IR: The inclusion/exclusion dynamic and the possibility for re-imagination / Bryon Fong Part 4: European citizenship and the future of Europe: the legal framework on citizenship of the European Union / Henri de Waele; Dual citizenship: a review of US law as pertains to European and American citizens / Robert Zarnetske; Nationality law, migration and European citizenship: the role of dual nationality / Constanza Margiota and Olivier Vonk; Where is EU citizenship going? fraudulent Dr. Rottmann and the state of the union in Europe / Dimitry Kochenov.
KJE6044 .G58 2012
Abington, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2012.