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Political geography & the Ukraine

Crimea has voted to secede while Russia has occupied and annexed it, but regardless of the legality of these moves, Ukraine can do little to get its peninsula back. Here are a few things from Crimea that Ukraine must do without.

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The dream of high speed rail in the United States is very, very slowly moving forward. But what if we permit ourselves to dream. What would such a rail network look like?

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The 124 states of America. This is potentially what the USA would look like if all of the secession movements in our history had succeeded – at least up to by a Mansfield University geography professor named Andrew Shears