Is J. Tully right to suggest that modern citizenship is an exclusive and/or colonising concept? Justify your answer with examples from one country of your choice

Is J. Tully right to suggest that modern citizenship is an exclusive and/or colonising concept? Justify your answer with examples from one country of your choice
Base essay on these readings:

– Tully, J. (2014). ‘On Global Citizenship’. In J. Tully (ed.), ‘On Global Citizenship’, Bloomsbury.

[http://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=479572]

-(2011). Feature Symposium: Reading James Tully, Public Philosophy in a New Key (Vols. I & II), Political Theory 39(1):58-165.

– Tully, J. (2014). On Global Citizenship. Bloomsbury.

– Conway, J. (2004). ‘Citizenship in a Time of Empire: The World Social Forum as a New Public Space’, Citizenship Studies 8(4):367-381.

– Evans, P. (2008). ‘Is an Alternative Globalisation Possible?’, Politics and Society 36(2):271-305.

Use the United kingdom as country of choice.