In der neuen Ausgabe des DNGPS Working Paper untersucht Great Udochi in einer vergleichenden Analyse, welche Faktoren zur Politik der Anerkennung dualer Staatsbürgerschaft in den Ländern Nigeria und Angola beigetragen haben.
In recent decades, recognition of dual citizenship has been one of the ways countries have sought to maintain ties with emigrants and immigrants. Sub-Saharan African countries, which are mainly countries of emigration, have been a part of this trend, however not all of them. This research paper investigates the cases of Nigeria and Angola, two dissimilar countries in the region that have both recognized dual citizenship, to discover reasons that fueled the policy. It finds out that the political dynamic of a democratic transition is an underlying factor that led to the acceptance of dual citizenship in both countries.
Bibliographie: Udochi, Great: Dual citizenship policy in sub-saharan Africa: A Comparative Analysis of Nigeria and Angola, DNGPS Working Paper, 2023, S. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.3224/dngps.v9i1.02