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Critical Cartography and India's Map Policy

Looking at maps as instruments of sovereignty and evaluating them with the tools of critical cartography, this commentary analyses the unbalanced implementation of India's National Map Policy. The policy ostensibly directs its energy towards regulating and safe-keeping of internal sovereignty.



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