Stranger in a Strange Land: The Alien and the State

Author:Christoph Bezemek
Position::Institute of Public Law and Political Science, University of Graz

The relationship of the stranger and the political community has traditionally been at the very core of various theoretical, historical and mythical accounts; in defining membership, in answering who is to be included, accepted and (thus) protected, in safeguarding a group’s position and its coherence. The essay argues that many of these accounts still prove to be of great value in a legal and a... (see full summary)

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