Any discussion about boundaries at sea has to begin with the question: How useful could such an arcane subject as maritime borders and border making possibly be to the study of world history?
The short answer is: Very useful. In fact, the linguistic map of the world in the 21st century makes almost no sense without an understanding of a variety of legal instruments developed roughly 550 years ago.
An interview with Peter Neill
WERU Community Radio, December 3, 2012More