April 2007
Prospect;Apr2007, Issue 133, p8
The article presents trivia regarding the increase of frontier boundaries being built around the world. The author highlights the various cement borders of Israel along with similar construction goals being considered in Thailand, India, China, and Saudi Arabia. The author reflects on the irony of increased border security in a globalizing era.


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