I just asked a question at Expatriates SE called

Could one renounce one's native citizenship in order to prevent a second, naturalized citizenship from being revoked?

I contemplated posting it on another SE instead, for example Politics SE or Law SE.

Would it have fit better (or worse) here?

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    I think it would be a good fit, except that the answer is "who knows?" unless you specify jurisdictions. E.g. there is a real problem for Iranians in Japan because Japan requires a choice, and Iran effectively prohibits renunciation.
    – user6726
    Commented Aug 11, 2017 at 18:17

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Looks to me like it would be more on-topic here, since it is specifically about actual laws and treaties constraining the actions of governments.

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