23 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 15 (2016)
This conversation examines the relationship between the boundaries and borders in international law and the production of geographies of injustice through the lens of the colonial epistemologies, especially of private international law in the face of mass social disasters like the archetypal Bhopal catastrophe. I also address the languages and logics of coloniality and postcoloniality, as states of consciousness and social organization, under the complex and contradictory unity of neoliberalism.
Baxi, Upendra V.
"Some Newly Emergent Geographies of Injustice: Boundaries and Borders in International Law,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 23
, Article 2.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol23/iss1/2
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