Stranger in a Strange Land: The Alien and the State

Author:Christoph Bezemek
Position::Institute of Public Law and Political Science, University of Graz
Pages:95-108
SUMMARY

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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