Conde Nast Traveler, a travel publisher based in Canada, published a recent piece titled, How to Avoid Being Caught Up in an International Border Dispute with Mexico.
The piece, which appeared in the November issue of CondeNast Travelers magazine, is entitled, “Be Prepared for the Border.”
“It’s not the first time we’ve seen an international dispute escalate.
But the United States’ actions in the border dispute have not been without consequences,” Conde wrote.
“With a border dispute already brewing, it’s worth bearing in mind what’s happening in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
There are already many countries that are on edge.”
Conde Nasts travel publisher has been publishing content since 1993, and in 2017, the company published a “travel bible” called, “Travel and Adventures.”
“The world has a way of looking at you in a different way,” Condes Travelers founder and publisher, Marc Lasry, wrote in the article.
“The world is getting to know you in new ways, as you’re traveling in new countries and cultures.”
Lasry continued: “This new way of seeing the world will take us a long way toward getting a handle on who we are and what we’re about, as well as the kinds of experiences that are going to keep us entertained and on the move for the rest of our lives.”
“When you travel with a certain group of people, you have to know where they stand.
When you travel in a group, you get to know them and how they behave,” Lasry continued.
“When you’re not traveling with a group of strangers, you can’t get that same feel.
And that’s where we need to start.”
Condes Traveler’s “Travel Guide” series focuses on traveling through countries around the world, which means the border disputes between the United Nations and Mexico are no longer being played out in the media.
The travel publication’s current series, “How to Be Ready for the border,” includes the following topics:What’s happening with the border between Mexico and the United Kingdom?
How to prepare for the future when the border is crossed?
How the world is feeling about border disputes around the globe?
What is the best way to handle the border conflict between Mexico, the United Arab Emirates and the Philippines?
Can you be a good citizen of your country and be part of the solution to the border?
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