The Divided Sea Islands Of The World

The world has an untold number of islands. Most of them belong to one country, though there are some that are divided between two or more countries. In some cases, the countries that share islands now do so because former colonial powers made border arrangements that carried on when their colonies achieved independence. The island of New Guinea, for example, used to be controlled by different colonial powers, which literally split the island in half. The border that they created ...

The Divided Sea Islands Of The World


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