THE NEW BOUNDARIES MAP
South Sudan was the result of more than a decade long civil strife in the Republic of Sudan. Now with more economic and civil unrest occurring remotely in different areas of the world, there is an anticipation of a looming realignment of the national boundaries that would result in a new map looking like this according to an opinion piece in NY TIMES Published on 09/22/2012
The colored areas highlight the areas in which new boundaries are likely to occur due to the current and political atmosphere of these areas.
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For this piece there is country specific information for Belgium, Congo DRC, Mali, Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, (Siberia-China-Russia) and Korea.
Source: NY TIMES OPINION by Jacob and Farag Khanna
Renice Obure, Research Intern, Vertices, firstname.lastname@example.org