‘Ungoverned Spaces’ Aren’t Ungoverned

December 24, 2014

So-called ‘ungoverned spaces’ is the latest term of art for places where central governments don’t reach. And for some technocrats and interventionists, the mere fact that spaces aren’t governed is a problem. Jennifer Keister comments.

The Illusion of Chaos: Why Ungoverned Spaces Aren’t Ungoverned, and Why That Matters


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