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Title: The Fishing Wars: Maritime Border Conflicts between Sri Lanka and India
Authors: Majumder, Bodhiswatta (External)
Malhotra, Ankit
Keywords: Palk Bay
India- Sri Lanka- maritime
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: The Michigan Journal of International Law
Citation: Majumder, B. and Malhotra, A. (2020) The Fishing Wars: Maritime Border Conflicts between Sri Lanka and India. The Michigan Journal of International Law
Abstract: There is a battle going on between the southern tip of India and the northernmost tip of Sri Lanka (‘Palk Bay’). It is not a battle for land or people but for fish, which are the lifeblood for the fishermen in these coastal villages of Sri Lanka and India. In between these two coasts, there is treasure in the form of seafood, due to the rich fishing grounds, blessed by the absence of strong currents and latitudinal biodiversity.
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