Diplomacy, Strategy, and the History of Wars That Might Still Happen

From the islands of the South China Sea to Korea's DMZ, the tribes of Arabia across Africa and throughout Europe, red lines have been setting agendas and changing history for centuries.

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Introducing: A Red Line in the Sand

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From the islands of the South China Sea to Korea's DMZ, the tribes of Arabia across Africa and throughout Europe, red lines have been setting agendas and changing history for centuries. Red Lines in the Sand will jump around the world in 12 chapters examining these boundaries that have changed history, set political agendas, spilled blood and smoothed paths toward peace.

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Chapter 12: The Red Lines of COVID-19

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David Andelman explores the world’s newest web of red lines that has grown up around the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Chapter 11: NATO, A Most Eternal Line

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David Andelman examines the nearly impregnable red line surrounding the 30 members of NATO - the North Atlantic Alliance.
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Chapter 10: Palestine, More Eternal Lines

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David Andelman examines Israel and Palestine and their too-often tortured frontiers and toxic red lines.
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Chapter 9: Afghanistan, Eternal Lines

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David Andelman explores Afghanistan and the seemingly-eternal Durand Line.
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