Eurozenship Debate

Eurozenship: Pro and Contra

Published Working Paper

Orgad, Liav and Lepoutre, Jules (2019). Should EU Citizenship Be Disentangled from Member State Nationality? Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 2019/24. 


Who Should Be a Citizen of the Union? Toward an Autonomous European Union Citizenship, by Dora Kostakopoulou

On Mushroom Reasoning and Kostakopoulou’s Argument for Eurozenship, by Richard Bellamy


A Relative Dissociation of Union Citizenship From Member States Nationality Needs to Mean Something More Than Long-Term Residence Status, by Dimitris Christopoulos

The Case Against an Autonomous ‘EU Rump Citizenship’, by Daniel Thym

If You Want to Make EU Citizenship More Inclusive You Have to Reform Nationality Laws, by Rainer Bauböck

Let Third-Country Nationals Become Citizens of their Host Member State and the European Union, by Eva Ersbøll

A Dysfunctional Eurozenship? The Question of Free Movement, by Jules Lepoutre

On the Risk of Trying to Kill “Seven at a Blow”, by Jean-Thomas Arrighi

Eurozenship: Always a Bridesmaid?, Jelena Džankić

More Suffocating Bonds?! Conceptual and Legal Flaws of the Unnecessary Proposal, by Dimitry Kochenov

EU Citizenship as an Autonomous Status of Constituent Power, by Oliver Garner

Member State and EU Citizenships Should be Strengthened Rather than Disentangled, by Willem Maas

A Citizenship Maze: How to Cure a Chronic Disease?, by Liav Orgad


EU Citizenship Enigma Variations, Mushrooming Historical Time and Emancipation, by Dora Kostakopoulou