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By Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig, Wiebke Sievers

The 2 most up-to-date expansions to the european, in may well 2004 and January 2007, have had an important effect on modern conceptions of statehood, nation-building, and citizenship in the Union. This quantity outlines the citizenship legislation in all of the twelve new international locations in addition to within the accession states of Croatia and Turkey.

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At the same time, being led by national conservatives, it firmly introduced the exclusive approach towards Estonian nationality. The conservatives pointed at drastic changes in the ethnic composition of the population of Estonia due to a considerable influx of Russian-speaking immigrants under the Soviet regime. 5 per cent in 1989. In 1992, the conservatives emerged as winners in the debate on nationality. As a result, the Citizenship Act of 1992 was based on the principle of the restitution of the pre-1940 nationality.

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