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Beware the growing U.S.-Mexico border industrial complex

Michael Dear, emeritus professor, city and regional planning | October 6, 2015

Border walls are the instruments of last resort in the armory of geopolitics. Their current proliferation on a global scale is an expression of failed diplomacy in response to conflict, persecution, and migration. The wall between Mexico and the U.S. is now deeply ensconced in the consciousness of communities on both sides of the international … Continue reading »