How to end a territorial dispute

India and Bangladesh have been arguing for years over the ownership of a tiny island in the Bay of Bengal. That issue has now been resolved. Diplomacy? No — global warming. While everyone was busy arguing, the water level in the Bay of Bengal has been rising. The disputed island is now underwater.

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2 Responses to How to end a territorial dispute

  1. Ana_ñ says:

    If I remember correctly, it was said in Copenhagen that three countries more affected by climate change are Bangladesh, Myanmar (Burma) and Honduras.

  2. Kugai says:

    Had to giggle over this. A hell if a case of Karmic Justice if I ever did see one.

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