Border To Border

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 8 - Colombia And Venezuela Part 2

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The border between Colombia and Venezuela is officially closed - the international bridges that officially connect the two countries stand empty.

Season 1, Episode 7 - Colombia And Venezuela Part 1

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The long and grinding collapse of Venezuela's economy has pushed more than five million Venezuelans to leave the country in search of work, medical care, and other basic necessities.

Season 1, Episode 6 - Kenya And Tanzania Part 2

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The land border between Kenya and Tanzania, combined with the Swahili Coast and its sea border on the Indian Ocean, is a crucial node in multiple international smuggling networks. The U.S. and other Western powers view this as a serious problem.

Season 1, Episode 5 - Kenya And Tanzania Part 1

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The Kenya-Tanzania border straddles some of the world's best known nature reserves and safari destinations. There, environmental and commercial concerns come together. But is the conservation sector truly good in nature?

Season 1, Episode 4 - UK And Ireland Part 2

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For the last 22 years, Northern Ireland's fragile peace has been based on the fact that the Irish border is essentially open. Brexit has thrown that arrangement into total uncertainty, and it has brought an uneasy truce back into open conflict.

Season 1, Episode 3 - UK And Ireland Part 1

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Today the UK-Ireland border is peaceful and open. But the conflict, rooted in the centuries long legacy of British colonialism, is hardly resolved. It lies just below the surface of daily life.

Season 1, Episode 2 - Us And Mexico Part 2

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David takes a road trip along more than 1,000 miles of the borderlands to explore the past, present, and future of US-Mexico border enforcement.

Season 1, Episode 1 - US And Mexico Part 1

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The US-Mexico border is known for two things - violence and smuggling. Americans talk about the border as a line that protects them from crime, drugs, and other bad things they see as Mexican problems. But the truth is, in many ways, the reverse.