Passports and Nationality in International LawUC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy
AbstractShifts in state control over territory can have substantial consequences for the nationality of individuals. This Article explores situations where an individual finds that the state which issued him a passport no longer recognizes his nationality. The law of binding state action, a set of broadly-accepted rules regulating state representations to other states, may provide more protection for passport-holders than the “soft” norms of human rights law.
Citation InformationAdam I. Muchmore. "Passports and Nationality in International Law" UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy Vol. 10 (2004) p. 301
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