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Antartica belongs to???
Compare any two countries of the world
Borders and Boundaries
Borders causing problems
NC-SC border change
Redistricting and Gerrymandering
Cool pics of international borders
2 classic examples of prorupt states
Examples of Enclaves around the World
Enclaves and Exclaves
Beyond Baghdad: Nationalism in Iraq
Unrepresented People of the World
Cool EU interactive mapping "game"
IMF versus the World Bank
Understanding Terrorism



Territory of a state off its coast according to the Law of the Sea
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Sealand is NOT a state.



Inside North Korea:



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Source: "Atlas des migrants en Europe. Géographie critique des politiques migratoires européenne," Armand Colin. (Nicolas Lambert / MigrEurop)
A French non-governmental organization put together this map of the world's major physical barriers – its most consequential walls. The red lines indicate walls and barriers meant to prevent or control immigration; you see a number of those particularly where there are rich countries next to poorer countries. The green walls are mostly political barriers, such as the 1,700-mile-long "Moroccan Wall" dividing Morocco-occupied Western Sahara, the West Bank separation barrier and the Korean demilitarized zone. No single map of something this controversial and sensitive is ever going to satisfy everyone, but it's a fascinating glimpse into why and where we choose to limit human movement.

All terror attacks worldwide in 2012
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