Fishing in, fishing out: transboundary issues and the territorialization of blue space
- In this paper, we consider transboundary access to and appropriation of resources as a part of the territorialization of space by the state. This implies that environmental concerns about transboundary resource access are seen as inherently social and political in nature, and that they will be approached as processes of human interaction and decision making regarding the environment.
- Miscellaneous themes 
- Journal Article
- Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, Academia Sinica