Published October 25, 2007
by Princeton Architectural Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Buy this book. Hyperborder: The Contemporary U.S.-Mexico Border and Its Future by Fernando Romero/LAR Princeton Architectural Press, pages. Hyperborder-titled after the plethora of hyperactivities that occur daily along the U.S.-Mexican border-is a comprehensive look at such activities' effects in the global context. Since the mids, Alvin and Heidi Toffler have predicted the far-reaching impact of emerging technological, economic, and social developments on our businesses, governments, families, and daily lives. In REVOLUTIONARY WEALTH, they once again demonstrate their unparalleled ability to illuminate current trends and anticipate what they mean for the future/5(13). Contents PART I TODAY: HYPERBORDER Chapter 1: Context: The Hyperborder in a Globalized World North Korea and South Korea: The World's Most Fortified Border Israel and Palestine: An Ethnic Divide Morocco and Spain: Contrasting Demographics at the Door between Africa and Europe The U.S. and Canada: Transboundary Environmental Cooperation France, Switzerland, and Germany: Tri-National. In his new book, “Hyperborder,” Romero attempts to sidestep the debates and lay out an accessible, and handy, gallery of tables, charts, maps and photographs that illustrate the border region Author: Josh Kun.