Chapter 17: Nation and Empire: Hierarchies of Citizenship in the New Global Order
Citizenship in nation-states has always contained tensions between inclusion and exclusion, between the citizen and the national, between the active and the passive citizen and between the citizen as political sovereign and the warrior-citizen. These tensions have been transformed and sharpened by globalization and the emergence of a global order based on the hegemony of a single superpower.
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