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Jan
7
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
I'm glad you mentioned the Chinese / Mongol boundary since that was one of the areas I thought might serve as an example.
Jan
7
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
And the geopolitical constraints are far more important - so thank you for pointing me in that direction.
Jan
7
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
This is pretty much exactly what I was looking for. It would be perfect if there was no man made fence around the area coupled with a UN prohibition, but I think it gets across the idea that this happens, as sad as that is.
Jan
7
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
This is almost exactly what I'm after - the only negative as you pointed out being the miserable conditions on the Glacier. Ideally, the no-man's land would be at least somewhat fertile land.
Jan
7
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
@NathanCooper Very interesting, thank you
Jan
4
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
Thanks! I'll take a look and update later
Jan
4
comment Historical examples of significant no man's lands between states in perpetual conflict
Technically I suppose it does but I'm really more interested in geographical regions other than long and narrow borders.