Do the increase in refugees and asylum seekers globally make the case that immigrant-receiving states are likely to respond to it in a way that makes citizenship a) more restrictive or b) more expansive.
Do not to just point out how a phenomenon (increase in refugees and asylum seekers) makes citizenship acquisition, dual citizenship, or other such things easier; explain why states or existing citizens are likely to react in a way that affects the politics around citizenship. Is it due to the way it affects public attitudes? Do these empower new groups? Do they change states perceived costs/benefits of having more citizens? Something else? Use evidence from related cases and/or explain why cases involving similar phenomena are analogous.
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