Many of the world’s conflicts can be attributed in whole or in part to the ways in which the borders between countries do not reflect the borders between nations, groups of people that perceive themselves as having a shared identity and destiny. In this series, Alyssa explores current and recent conflict zones to look for this etiology and speculate about how borders might be shifted to help resolve such conflicts and lead to a world where nations and states overlap more uniformly.
US territories in the Caribbean and Pacific [slated for extensive revision and/or eventual replacement]
Southern Africa [in progress]
Asia and the Pacific
World map from Alternate History Wiki.