Challenge to the Nation-State: Immigration in Western Europe and the United States

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Challenge to the Nation-State
Immigration in Western Europe and the United States

Edited by CHRISTIAN JOPPKE

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1998

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Immigration Challenges the Nation-State 5
  • Notes 38
  • References 42
  • PART I - The Challenge to Sovereignty 47
  • 2 - The de facto Transnationalizing of Immigration Policy 49
  • Notes 73
  • References 79
  • 3 - The Decline of Sovereignty? Politics and Immigration Restriction in Liberal States 86
  • Notes 104
  • References 105
  • 4 - Asylum and State Sovereignty: A Comparison of the United States, Germany, and Britain 109
  • Notes 142
  • References 147
  • 5 - European Union Migration Regimes, Established and Emergent 153
  • Notes 181
  • References 183
  • PART II - The Challenge to Citizenship 189
  • 6 - The Re-Evaluation of American Citizenship 191
  • Notes 225
  • References 228
  • 7 - Reconfiguring Citizenship in Western Europe 231
  • Notes 261
  • References 265
  • 8 - Citizenship Rights for Non-Citizens: France, Germany, and the Netherlands 272
  • Notes 304
  • References 310
  • 9 - Multicultural Race Relations in Britain: Problems of Interpretation and Explanation 319
  • Notes 343
  • Notes 344
  • Index 351
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