Nationality, which denotes the quality of political membership of a particular state, is governed primarily by municipal law; in the present state of international law, and subject to any relevant treaty obligations entered into by a state, questions of the nationality of individuals are in principle within its sole jurisdiction1. There is a growing body of treaty provisions, binding on the states party to them, relating to questions of nationality of individuals
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