|Tribal ties—race, ethnicity, and religion—are becoming more important than borders.
By Joel Kotkin, Newsweek
For centuries we have used maps to delineate borders that have been defined by politics. But it may be time to chuck many of our notions about how humanity organizes itself. Across the world a resurgence of tribal ties is creating more complex global alliances. Where once diplomacy defined borders, now history, race, ethnicity, religion, and culture are dividing humanity into dy
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