Tomorrow marks the start of our Sea-Based Nations Week, the result of an experiment in giving you, the readers, the chance to direct our analysis. It should make for some interesting reading, and I believe we have some thought-provoking material lined up. We’ll have an interview with Randy Henrickson, the Executive Director of the Seasteading Institute, a group that looks to make new sea-based nations a reality. We’ll also take a look at what nations have the most to gain or lose, the legal complications, and (as we’re a blog with a fondness for the naval side of things) the defensive and offensive aspects of conflict involving sea-based nations. While the winning term was “sea-based nations” we may have some posts on sea-bases without claims to sovereignty, but I anticipate they’ll be just as entertaining.