From the 1990 Law On the Citizenship of the Ussr To the Citizenship Laws of the Successor Republics (Part I)

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1 FROM THE 1990 LAW ON THE CITIZENSHIP OF THE USSR TO THE CITIZENSHIP LAWS OF THE SUCCESSOR REPUBLICS (PART I)* GEORGE GINSBURGS Of the Editorial Board With the demise of the USSR,-its heirs face the difficult task of setting the technical criteria governing membership in the respective national constituencies. Sorting out who will henceforth "belong" to whom runs into a host of problems that involve not only legal considerations, but also such primal (and volatile) concerns as ethnic affiliation, cultur- al affinity, minority entitlements, and human rights. The process of devising viable answers to these messy questions is bound

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