Fuzzing citizenship, nationalising political space: A framework for interpreting the Hungarian 'status law' as a new form of kin-state policy in Central and Eastern Europe
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East-Central Europe; EU-East-Central Europe; minorities; Nation-state; nationality; European citizenship; enlargement; Schengen; free movement; sovereignty; identity; immigration policy; Council of Europe; Poland; Hungary; Slovakia; Romania;
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