The aim of this report is to present different types of dual citizenship regulations as a part of
diaspora policy in three Central and Eastern European countries, Lithuania, Hungary and
Poland. This paper presents an overview of current citizenship approaches and ways one can
acquire or lose home state’s citizenship. Besides, it presents the analysis of political, public and
academic discourse on the process of introduction of dual citizenship to the states’ diaspora,
interior and foreign policies. The report ends with a comparative analysis of dual citizenship as
a policy instrument in three chosen states.