8 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2010)

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International Journal of
Constitutional Law
Vol. 8 (2010) No. 1
Contents
Editorial                                                        1
Symposium: The evolving concept of citizenship in
constitutional law
Sujit Choudhry and Cheryl Saunders, Symposium on
Citizenship: Foreword                                            6
Linda Bosniak, Persons and citizens in constitutional thought    9
Cristina M. Rodriguez, Noncitizen voting and the
extraconstitutional construction of the polity                  30
Anja Lansbergen and Jo Shaw, National membership models
in a multilevel Europe                                          50
Enikd Horvfith and Ruth Rubio-Marin, Alles oder Nichts?
The outer boundaries of the German citizenship debate           72
Jonathan Klaaren, Constitutional citizenship in South Africa    94
Peter J. Spiro, Dual citizenship as human right                111
Constitutional developments
Mark Elliott, United Kingdom: The war on terror,
U.K.-style-The detention and deportation of suspected terrorists  131
Thomas Poole, United Kingdom: The royal prerogative            146

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