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|description=Borders are imaginary lines which separate the jurisdiction of [[nation state]]s. In most parts of the world, crossing these lines requires a wodge of [[establishment]] paperwork, such as passports and visas.
 
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[[Image|US-Mexico-border.jpg|thumbnail|400px|left|The border wall between [[USA]] (left) and [[Mexico]] (right)]]
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[[Image:US-Mexico-border.jpg|thumbnail|400px|left|The border wall between [[USA]] (left) and [[Mexico]] (right)]]
 
==Official narrative==
 
==Official narrative==
 
Clear definition of which parts of the globe belong to which [[nation state]] are important, as is controlling movement of people across these borders. The system of passports and visas is an important policy to promote global stability.
 
Clear definition of which parts of the globe belong to which [[nation state]] are important, as is controlling movement of people across these borders. The system of passports and visas is an important policy to promote global stability.

Latest revision as of 21:01, 3 September 2016

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A thought provoking split of the world into high income & low population, and low income high population.
Borders are imaginary lines which separate the jurisdiction of nation states. In most parts of the world, crossing these lines requires a wodge of establishment paperwork, such as passports and visas.
The border wall between USA (left) and Mexico (right)

Official narrative

Clear definition of which parts of the globe belong to which nation state are important, as is controlling movement of people across these borders. The system of passports and visas is an important policy to promote global stability.

Opposition

Many groups, such as the UK-based No Border network, campaign against borders, arguing that people should not be discriminated against because of their country of origin.[1]


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