From GeoCurrents: ‘The New York Times’ List of Potential New Countries, and Others As Well’

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Kurdistan? Catalonia? Belgium?  Mali?

Some of these fault-lines could flare up.

Someone sent a link to Alex Massie, at the Spectator, commenting on Scotland.

More maps here. From Mexican drug cartels to theoretical baby universes being born to the human genome.

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