When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the world was faced with a new meaning of borders. Arguably, the fall of the Berlin Wall appeared to tell us that borders were no longer required. For the first time, the expression “borderless world” was used. It was also supported by similar ideas such as globalization, free trade, etc. Our world seems to be borderless, where the exchange of goods and services is much easier than before. Does it mean that borders are no longer important?
Posted by: Andi Arsana | September 28, 2009