The idea of maritime border protection has been prominent in recent Australian political
discourse because of its coincidence with asylum seekers arriving at Australian territories by
boat. Yet this construct is misleading. There is no maritime ―border‖ and asylum boats, although
the current challenge are not necessarily the most difficult problem faced in managing
Australia's maritime domain. This task is shaped by the geographic, legislative and
administrative environment, which governs...[Show more]
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