The growth of transnationalization in past decades has called into question fixed conceptions of citizenship and its spatial dimensions and grounds. In contemporary interdisciplinary scholarship the state and the national polity no longer appear as the self-evident loci of citizenship, and the notion has acquired meanings that go well beyond the formal rights-based status only.
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