The Interoceanic Canal and Boundaries in Central America: The case of the San Juan River
Girot Pignot, Pascal Oliver
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The global political map is undergoing a process of rapid change as former states disintegrate and new states emerge. Territorial change in the form of conflict over land and maritime boundaries is inevitable but the negotiation and management of these changes threaten world peace. The Americas offers a wide-ranging and original interpretation ofmatters relating to territory, boundaries, and societies in the American continent. World Boundaries is a unique series embracing the theory and practice of boundary delimitation and management, boundary disputes and conflict resolution, and territorial change in the new world order. Each of the five volumes—The Middle East and North Africa, Eurasia, The Americas, Maritime Boundaries and Global Boundaries—is clearly illustrated with maps and diagrams and contains regional case studies to support thematic chapters. This series will lead to a better understanding of the means available for patient negotiation and peaceful management of international boundaries.
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