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Nationalité et citoyenneté en Allemagne aujourd'hui

Abstract : In 1999, Germany broke with its conception of nationality as the right based on place of birth, recognized since 1913, and even with its conception of the nation going back to Herder and Fichte. This event, as significant for it as for Europe, is put into historicalperspective. It shows Germany as a country of immigration, a multicultural society in which participation could lead to citizenship, a nation and a state in which new citizens upset legacies and representations and in which double nationality is not a panacea. The strength of immigration, Turkish above all, bas forced the country to negotiate its own identity differently and to seek a democracy beyond the one set up in 1949.
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Riva Kastoryano. Nationalité et citoyenneté en Allemagne aujourd'hui. Vingtième siècle. Revue d'histoire, Presses de Sciences Po, 2001, pp.3-17. ⟨hal-01016936⟩



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