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There is a hotel that sits on the border of Switzerland and France. A set of stairs started in France and ended in Switzerland upstairs, ideal as a hideout for French Resistance members during WWII. Would a country respect boundaries today?

There is a hotel that sits on the border of Switzerland and France. A set of stairs started in France and ended in Switzerland upstairs, ideal as a hideout for French Resistance members during WWII. Would a country respect boundaries today?
  • Yes, they would respect.

    Regional organizations often find themselves struggling to resolve conflicting national interests and goals. There are those who feel migration in the context of globalization is an issue that needs to be addressed on a global scale, while others believe that individual nation-states reserve the right and have the obligation to decide who crosses their borders, as well when and how.

  • Yes, a country would respect boundaries today.

    A country would respect boundaries today if they have not changed. The line is the line no matter what and if the boundary between the countries exists it should respected by both sides as well as the rest of the world. Just because there is a hotel, the boundary is not negated.

  • Boundaries are one important factor.

    Yes, countries respect boundaries today. If not, they would not exist. However, leaders in individual countries are also intelligent people who recognize that each situation is different and has to be handled in a unique way. Boundaries are not the only important factor in determining the best solution to a problem.

  • There are probably plenty ore places ut there similar to this hotel so I'd say probably not.

    There are plenty of cities on the borders of countries and states all over the world. The borders of countries and states change over time. Whether its because one country has occupied or annexed a piece of another's land or some other reason. The buildings built on those borders don't matter.


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