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- Contested Coastlines.
- The Evolution of Asia’s Contested Waters?
- Di noir in noir (Italian Edition).
The author has made several edits to be included in the text as shown below. The additional files 1 and 2 currently placed at the bottom of the text, need to be embedded in the text and function as figures. Additional File 1 should be Figure 1 and be placed at the end of the 5 th paragraph of the Introduction.
Troubled waters: Monday’s tragic killing isn’t the first in India-Sri Lanka’s fishing dispute
There are further changes to the Bibliography. Mahesh should be corrected to Mukul in the following references:. Gupta, Charu and Mukul Sharma. Contested coastlines: Fisherfolk, nations and borders in South Asia.
New Delhi: Routledge. Sharma, Mukul. Green and saffron: Hindu nationalism and Indian environmental politics.
Ranikhet: Permanent Black. The following is an unpublished reference that needs to be changed in the bibliography. Chhotray, Vasudha. Nullification of citizenship: Negotiating authority without identity documents in coastal Odisha. The following is a missing reference in the bibliography which is to be inserted between Forsyth and Gupta in the bibliography.
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Aloysius, G. Nationalism without a nation in India. Department of Fisheries. Bhubaneswar, Directorate of Fisheries, Government of Orissa. Orissa: Turning seas of trouble into seas of plenty. Some boundaries have been resolved even as new disputes have arisen, thanks in large part to the extension of continental shelf claims beyond nautical miles. And in some sub-regions, countries have proven much more committed to dispute resolution than their peers.
Lecture: Mukul Sharma - Bard College at Simon's Rock Calendar
Note: These maps treat the maritime claims of China and Taiwan as identical. Exclusive economic zones and continental shelves are assumed to be nautical miles unless otherwise specified in domestic legislation or international filings.
- Contested coastlines : fisherfolk, nations, and borders in South Asia - Colby College Libraries;
- Chapter 018, Terrestrial Evapotranspiration.
- Visiting Scholars;
- Contested coastlines : fisherfolk, nations, and borders in South Asia in SearchWorks catalog.
Seven decades after the end of World War II and two decades after the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea entered into force, the Asian littoral remains more disputed than not. But that is not the entire story.