In the 20th century we have witnessed many changes in the world system. There has been an unpredictable increase in the world population coupled with the emergence of the most unthinkable means of massive destruction. The daily interaction among people and economies have reached almost a point of no return and the pace of technological progress seems almost out of control. The main challenge for international cooperation in this new age is to face threats that have no respect for political boundaries, ethnicity, religions, paradigms or philosophical approaches.
Border Cooperation: The Tijuana/ San Diego Region—A Three Models Case Study,
San Diego L. Rev.
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