Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome/Volume 277 (1999)

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Conflicts of Nationality (Statelessness and Dual Nationality) It is not unusual any more for individuals to have several nationalities, nor eventually to be deprived of any nationality. Today, situations of dual nationality or of statelessness tend indeed to increase. At the same time, some concepts of supra-nationality (e.g., the emergence of the European Union citizenship) or infra-nationality are being developed. The primary purpose of this article is to present new features of those legal problems, whose nature, forms and effects are more complex than in the past. It also discusses the legal solutions offered to those problems today, either within the framework of States (constitutions, statutes, case law etc.) or within the international legal order (treaties, international tribunals, and courts etc.).

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Verwilghen, Michel Conflits de nationalités: plurinationalité et apatridie. Avant-propos. Liminaires (1-13). Section 1: Objet du cours (1-9). Section 2: Méthode (10-12). Section 3: Plan (13). I. Notions générales sur la nationalité (14-108). Section 1: Evolution historique du concept de nationalité (16-69). Section 2: Utilisation du concept de nationalité (70-107). II. Droit international de nationalité (109-168). Section 1: Principe de souveraineté étatique (109-150). Section 2: Principe de nécessité d'une nationalité (151-167). III. Présentation des conflits de nationalités (169-248). Section 2: Etiologie des conflits de nationalités (249-293). Section 3: Nature des conflits de nationalités (294-299). IV. Politiques étatiques sur les conflits de nationalités (320-406). Section 1: Sur les conflits positifs (320-394). Section 2: Sur les conflits négatifs (394-405). V. Résolution des conflits de nationalités (407-545). Section 1: Solutions applicables à tous les conflits de nationalités (412-457). Section 2: Solutions propres aux conflits positifs de nationalités (460-545). Conclusion (548-550).