Islands in Between: Martín García and other Geopolitical Flashpoints
The ‘in betweenity’ of islands is an ongoing problematic in contemporary politics. Given their geographic definition and boundedness, islands tend to be unitary jurisdictions - that means that they are unlikely to be shared by more than one power. In fact, there are just 11 islands in the world whos...
University of Prince Edward Island
|Series:||Island Studies Journal|