State Territorialization and Illegal Logging: The Dynamic Relationships between Practices and Images of the State in Vietnam
ABSTRACT: In spite of a government logging ban and wide deployment of forest protection staff, illegal logging persists in Vietnam. This article delves into this apparent paradox, examining the dynamic relationship between state governing practices and illegal logging. Using the lens of “territorialization” and taking a historical view, the author argues that the present logging ban should be understood as one element of a range of state territorial strategies that have been implemented since...[Show more]
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