Border Wall Threatens Native American Sovereignty

How do you draw a single borderline through three separate, overlapping nations? While that might sound like a Zen koan—the geopolitical version of the sound of one hand clapping—it’s the actual predicament facing the Tohono O’odham Nation, a Native American tribe whose territory includes both the United States and Mexico. The tribe’s members are infuriated by the prospect of a border wall further dividing their ancestral lands.

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