The Europeans didn't pay attention to the cultural and ethnical differences in the region. They drew boundaries without taking this into consideration. Many tribes had to live on other tribes "land". This led to many arguments between groups.
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The two opposing ideologies that waged the Cold War and created two major political boundaries were Communism and Democracy.
Fascism and totalitarianism. Fascism capitalizes on a strong sense of national identity and unity. Totalitarianism shows no boundaries in power, and attempts to regulate all aspects of public and private life when they can.
Europe declined in political power as empires crumbled and monarchies were replaced by democracies. There was an economic deterioration of Europe and radical revolutionary groups and movements emerged that would greatly change the political landscape of Europe. Excessive, punitive economic actions against Germany led to a wrecked economy and resentments that would eventually give rise to World War II.
Propaganda is a political weapon.
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The African political boundaries were drawn without regard for ethnicities. Apex
imaginary lines that divide or seperate tribes, cultures, territories, or traditions
After wars, political boundaries are often changed
Physical maps show physical and geologic features such as rivers and mountains. Political maps show artificial boundaries such as state lines and national borders.
Boundaries on Earth's surface are called geographic boundaries. These boundaries can be natural, such as mountains, rivers, and coastlines, or they can be artificial, such as borders between countries or states. Geographic boundaries help define territories, separate landforms, and demarcate political jurisdictions.
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Personal bubble, mental boundaries, and scientific boundaries.
Yes, political boundaries are man-made although they may follow geological boundaries such as shorelines, rivers, or mountains.
The European powers, when agreeing on their spheres of influence in the Berlin Congress of 1885 had to create boundaries, because Africa was a collection of thousands of tribal lands that - certainly south of the Sahara - simply did not know the concept of nationality, nor the idea of fixed boundaries. The 'natural' boundaries of tribal lands were often hotly contested and the ubiquitous slavery all over Africa (long after the 'Western' nations had abandoned it) was a result of those endless tribal conflicts.The European-drawn boundaries had the result - that by the way for the most part only became a problem after the nations' independence around 1960 - that traditionally hostile tribes were now thrown together in one nation-State and forced to cooperate and divide power peacefully. Also, the European boundaties sometimes cut straight across tribal lands, causing a tribe to be divided over two States.