Civics Citizenship

Emigration Nations: Policies and Ideologies of Emigrant by M. Collyer

By M. Collyer

A few states have an extended heritage of attaining out to voters residing in different nations yet considering 2000 it has develop into even more universal for states to inspire loyalty from present or former electorate residing in another country. utilizing precise case experiences, this booklet units out to give an explanation for this crucial improvement, with an leading edge new theoretical framework.

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And Szanton Blanc, C. (1994) Nations unbound: Transnational projects, postcolonial predicaments and deterritorialised nation-states (London: Gordon and Breach). Bauböck, R. (1994) Transnational citizenship membership and rights in international migration (Aldershot: Edward Elgar). Bauböck, R. (2003) ‘Towards a political theory of migrant transnationalism’ International Migration Review 37(3) 700–723. Bauböck, R. (2007) ‘Stakeholder citizenship and transnational political participation: a normative evaluation of external voting’ Fordham Law Review 75(5) 2393–2447.

1993) Inside/outside: International relations as political theory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). A. (1985) When was Wales? The history, people and culture of an ancient country (London: Black Raven Press). World Bank (2012) World Development Indicators 2012 (Washington: World Bank). 2 ‘Albania: €1’ or the Story of ‘Big Policies, Small Outcomes’: How Albania Constructs and Engages Its Diaspora Julie Vullnetari For most of the twentieth century not much was known about Albania outside its territory.

Institutions and policies By the end of the 1990s a joke ran in the local dailies in Albania which went like this: when the minister of labour affairs was asked how he planned to resolve the unemployment crisis in the country, he had replied that the motor boats in Vlorë (used to smuggle migrants across the Adriatic to Italy) were working to full capacity (de Waal, 2005). The joke illustrates the lack of migration policies, or at least of their effectiveness, during the 1990s. Policymaking on migration in Albania in the last decade has been framed within the wider discourse of European Union (EU) membership, thus highly influenced by EU bodies (see Dedja, 2012).

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