Territoriality and Citizenship: Membership and Sub-State Polities in Post-Yugoslav Space

@article{Stjepanovi2015TerritorialityAC,
  title={Territoriality and Citizenship: Membership and Sub-State Polities in Post-Yugoslav Space},
  author={Dejan Stjepanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={67},
  pages={1030 - 1055}
}
This article deals with the issue of sub-state citizenship in the post-Yugoslav countries and focuses on the emergence and definitions of membership. The article analyses conceptions of nationhood and territorial compositions of the states, proceeds with the analysis of sub-state entities' governance arrangements and compares conceptions of nationhood and membership in state-wide and sub-state polities. The article identifies four broad categories of sub-state polities and two diverging… 

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