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Over the past fifty years, dual citizenship has become more accepted. See [https://academic.oup.com/migration/article/7/3/362/5488849 The international diffusion of expatriate dual citizenship] by Maarten Vink et al. for a discussion of this trend.
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Over the past fifty years, dual citizenship has become more accepted. See [https://academic.oup.com/migration/article/7/3/362/5488849 ''The international diffusion of expatriate dual citizenship''] by Maarten Vink et al. for a discussion of this trend.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:54, 14 October 2020

Over the past fifty years, dual citizenship has become more accepted. See The international diffusion of expatriate dual citizenship by Maarten Vink et al. for a discussion of this trend.