Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships


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2010

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2010. “Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships.” To be presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April. (This is part of a two-part panel on the politics of transfrontier conservation, which I co-organized)

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Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships

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Lunstrum, Elizabeth M.

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Transnational Conservation as the Death of the State? The Consolidation of State Sovereignty through ‘Sovereignty-Threatening’ Relationships

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Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers

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Washington, D.C.

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