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Published Tuesday, January 28, 20 | By PaulvHill

contributed by Ronna Fleischman Borders, like all other human institutions, have both instrumental and symbolic functions. International borders mark the place where one sovereignty ends and another begins. It is along these lines that a state has the legal right to exercise control over the movement of goods and people to and from the territory and whose violation by outside forces defines invasion. Borders are also symbolically significant, represented not just by a line on the ground but also in the collective minds of citizens, constituting an important element in the way people imagine the nation as a community of citizens to which they belong. Read More 

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