American teens are much more perceptive about their political world than they are given credit for, a recent study shows.
Innovative ideas during the lockdown could protect democracy and make it stronger and more inclusive.
Nationalism in the face of the coronavirus pandemic shouldn't just be dismissed as extremism.
About 48% of Latino US citizens fear deportation for themselves, their loved ones or their communities. That's up from 41% in 2007.
India's current citizenship policies alter the constitutional notion of citizenship and use it as a proxy for national belonging in othering minorities.
The case grappled with the deeper question of whether Indigenous Australians can be considered aliens and therefore excluded from the state.
Refugee legislation introduced after the end of apartheid was lauded as being progressive. But implementation has fallen short of international standards.
Simulating some experiences of immigrant life can help nonimmigrants learn to understand, and even trust, people from other countries more.
If upheld, a federal court ruling would solidify birthright citizenship as the law of the land, and overturn more than a century of federal refusal to grant American Samoans citizenship status.
India has been working to expel or repress Muslim minorities. Nearly two million residents of India’s eastern state of Assam are at risk of losing citizenship.
Many want to come to the United States, as an asylee, a migrant or a citizen. But those journeys have become more complicated.
As new citizenship law will further discriminate against people on religious basis in India's north-eastern Assam, local activists are uniting across the region to help distressed residents.
Dozens of Muslim-majority countries are asking the UN's International Criminal Court to investigate and prosecute a 2017 massacre in Myanmar that killed an estimated 10,000 Rohingya Muslims.
The ability to remove an Indigenous person from their traditional country shows how Australia is still asserting colonial power over the identity of its First Peoples.
Many women, Muslims and members of oppressed castes in India lack government-issued ID. Yet these documents may soon be required to prove their citizenship.
DNA testing gives limited information about whether people are likely to be related. But even if we overcame the many practical and legal hurdles to implementing it, what's the point?
As the gilets noirs seek the right to remain in France, there is an echo from history regarding the challenge they face.
The backlog in naturalization applications has ballooned to more than 700,000. Wait times have doubled in the last three years.
For children born in the shadows of overseas US military bases to local women, their citizenship status has long been contested.
When the standard evidence of identity isn't enough to justify an Australian citizenship, DNA tests are requested.