2 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 153 (1994)
In this article, Professor Zolberg argues that today's
immigration issues should be analyzed within their historical bases.
He follows the formation of the modern State, with particularfo cus
on the legal and political meaning of "sovereignty" as understood
in pre-colonial times down to the World War II period. He next
identifies several late twentieth century phenomena in Europe and
elsewhere, many of which pose serious challenges to long-standing
notions of nationhood and citizenship. The author concludes that
despite the recent development of borderless markets and
communication infrastructures, much remains to be done to build a
truly global community.
Zolberg, Aristide R.
"Changing Sovereignty Games and International Migration,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies:
1, Article 10.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol2/iss1/10