Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Statelessness: A Modern History by Dr. Mira Siegelberg offers a meticulous reconstruction of the varied contributions of artists, scholars, and policy makers to the understanding of statelessness in the years between the First and Second World Wars. Siegelberg situates statelessness in some of the most prominent debates about international law and relations in modern history, most notably whether the individual is an appropriate subject of international law and whether a political order beyond the confines of the nation-state is desirable.
David Baluarte, A New Narrative of Statelessness, Cambridge Rev. Int'l Affs., Dec. 30, 2022 (reviewing Mira L.Siegelberg, Statelessness: A Modern History (2020)).