Denaturalization (also revocation of citizenship) is the reverse of naturalization, namely a state depriving one of its citizens of his or her citizenship. From the point of view of the individual, denaturalization means the revocation of citizenship (involuntary loss of citizenship). Denaturalization can be based on various legal justifications. The most severe form is the "stripping of citizenship" when denaturalization takes place as a penalty for actions considered criminal by the state, often only indirectly related to nationality, for instance for having served in a foreign military. In countries that enforce single citizenship, voluntary naturalization in another country will lead …



ORF: Observer Research Foundation · 16 November 2023 English

The Central Asian Republics (CARs) have, in recent years, implemented multifaceted foreign policies to achieve strategic autonomy and limit China’s influence and Russia's traditional sway. But domestic uprisings in the …

sion/32311813.html. 10 “Russia Threatens Denaturalization for Draft-Defying Central Asians,” Moscow denaturalization-for-draft-defying-central-asians-a78873. 11

CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace · 25 July 2023 English

The role of young people in governance and policy is often overlooked. Nine Carnegie junior fellows share their perspectives on challenges facing our world today.

Assembly in 2011, the government weaponized denaturalization as a tool for political control. Convicted

Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network · 28 June 2023 English

This policy memo examines the emergence of the national guard in order to understand its implications for Palestinian citizens of Israel. [...] police officers and volunteer Why a National Guard? …

demolitions, expulsion through deportation, and denaturalization. Policy Recommendations In order to challenge

American Immigration Council · 2023 English

visa applications pending INS completing denaturalization proceedings against the husband, which would

COLEF: El Colegio de la Frontera Norta · 2023 English

nation-State. Instead, and in an exercise of denaturalization and de-essentialization (De Genova et al.

William J. Brennan Center for Justice · 2023 English

Titles 8 and 18. E. Benefit eligibility. F. Denaturalization. Because of the variety of considerations

EUROSHIP · 22 April 2022 English

One of the most recent and prominent initiatives to enhance and give more substantial content to EU social citizenship is the adoption of the European Pillar of Social Rights in …

what Bourdieu and Wacquant (1992) denote as “denaturalization”. 23 society as a whole (the coherence, equilibrium

Safeguard Defenders · 26 February 2022 English

As this report argues, the denial of the right to a fair trial and the prevalence of torture call for a total moratorium on law enforcement cooperation and extradition of …

considered Gui a Swedish citizen, regardless of the denaturalization tricks China had tried. The EU also urged

CHRGJ: Center for Human Rights and Global Justice · 15 January 2022 English

2021–21975 January 14, 2022 To the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy: We are writing on behalf of the Digital Welfare State & Human Rights Project, Center for …; Richardson & Kak, supra https://theintercept.c com/2021/08/25/atlas-citizenship-denaturalization-homeland-security/

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