in this issue:
On the Border of Anxiety
– Beth A. Simmons
Borders are no longer just lines on a map. They are places of active governance. Knowing them better may help us manage them more wisely and humanely.
Berlin: The Border and Memory
– Hope M. Harrison and Steve Weinberg
The fall of the Berlin Wall was a key moment in global history. How has the memory of it been reshaped over the past 30 years?
– Eric L. Olson
Mexico’s border with Guatemala doesn’t garner headlines. But U.S. migration policy depends on the hopes and fears of those who head north across it.
Inside the Forever Border
– Matthew Longo
Changes in how we police our borders are reshaping the notion of citizenship.
Breaking and Mending
– Ariel I. Ahram
Separatist ambitions bloomed in the Middle East after the Arab Spring. Why have they withered since those heady days?