Now, though, we appear on the brink of yet another nation-state baby boom. This time, the new countries will not be the product of a single political change or conflict, as was the post-Soviet proliferation, nor will they be confined to a specific region. If anything, they are linked by a single, undeniable fact: history chews up borders with the same purposeless determination that geology does, as seaside villas slide off eroding coastal cliffs. Here is a map of what could possibly be the world’s newest international borders.
Fascinating take on what could happen if all the insurgencies, self-declared autonomous nations and other marauding larger nations have their say. Surely more stamps-in-waiting in the passports of the world traveler.
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