Citizenship -- Africa, Southern. : From "foreign natives" to "native foreigners" [electronic resource] : explaining xenophobia in post-apartheid South Africa : citizenship and nationalism, identity and politics / Michael Neocosmos.
Citizenship as point of contact (Conflict of laws) -- Isle of Man. : A new act of an inferior parliament : or, probably, an act of arbitrary power. Lately made within the Isle of Man, in the center of the British dominions, to imprison all women under covert baron (natives of that isle only excepted) for debts contracted singly by their husbands. Exemplified in The Case of an English Gentlewoman, already Fifteen Months a Prisoner, under Two Decrees of Court against her as a Wife. Together with The Unparallel'd Proceedings thereon, as she neither contracted a Peny of the Debt, or has a Peny to pay, or was ever in that Island, till after the Whole was consumed by her Husband. Meriting highly the due and effectual Consideration of Superior Powers. Addressed to the Lord High-Chancellor.
Citizenship -- Belize. : An act to amend the Belize Constitution Ordinance No. 14 of 1981 to remove restrictions on dual nationality, to enlarge the powers of the National Assembly to make laws in respect of citizenship and to provide for matters connected therewith and incidental thereto.
Citizenship -- Bosnia and Herzegovina. : Citizenship in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Montenegro : effects of statehood and identity challenges / Jelena Džankić (European University Institute, Italy).
Citizenship -- Bulgaria. : La Bulgarie et l'étranger [electronic resource] : la nationalité Bulgare, étude comparative entre la loi bulgare et les lois de la Turquie, de la Grèce, de la Serbie, etc. : le régime des capitulations / Par Naoum Y. Yantcheff.
Citizenship -- Burma. : Citizenship in Myanmar : ways of being in and from Burma / edited by Ashley South, Marie Lall.