We're all familiar with border disputes on land ... but what about those on the water? Maritime disputes in the Arctic and in the South China Sea are increasing, as countries vie for valuable natural resources beneath the ocean's waves. Current international law sets strict guidelines on what economic rights countries have off their coasts. But, is the system in place the best one? Is the International Law of the Sea still sufficient today?
I produced this Global Journalist radio show, which aired at the NPR-affiliated station KBIA.