PODCAST: How These "Invisible" Countries May Redraw the World Map
Players from Tibet participate in a soccer tournament for quasi-countries. Credit: CONIFA
Joshua Keating loves maps. His new book Invisible Countries: Journeys to the Edge of Nationhood is all about the borders we see on maps and those we don't see.
Keating is a longtime foreign affairs journalist and now an editor at Slate. In this book he takes readers…
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