Borderless World: A Myth or Reality?

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Sumit said:   4 years ago
Hello everyone.

Our topic is Borderless world.

According to me, It is impractical thing because if there will be no border that means there will be one government or everyone will want to rule the world and there will be riots everywhere.

As it is not possible to fulfil the requirements of such a large population by a single ruling party.

There will be a conflict between among the people of different religion and in this borderless world, everyone will want to become superior.

The high-class people will move to better places and lower and middle-class people have to suffer a lot.

There will be daily conflicts among the people because every country has their own lifestyles, own constitution.

So it's impossible to build a world with no border because there are so many countries and they have different rules and their citizen follow that it will be poisonous for people to adapt in the new environment.

Meghna Tyagi said:   3 years ago
A borderless world is indeed a myth because since birth we human beings have been taught to live in our own confined space since birth. For eg we all live in our separate houses each family has a different house from the other so here each different house has been marked as an individual territory, therefore, the concept of borders has been imbibed in our conscience since birth as every sapien has been taught to mark its territory for safety. Also, the border to anything marks a limit which no other person shall exceed. Therefore, I think borders are really important to ensure lawfulness and discipline.

Balwan singh said:   3 years ago
In my thoughts borderless world is myth because if the world borderless then that world has to face lot of problems.


1. Poverty.
2. Education problem.
3. Water and light.
4. Army and police.
5. Proper distribution of resources.
6. Women safety.
7. Caste system.
8. Language problem.
9. Population explosion.
10. Who will control proper law and order.

Finally, everyone is selfish and many of them try to be king of the world and the normal public will suffer.

So the Borderless world is a myth.

Mayank said:   5 years ago
Hello, friends, I'm Mayank in my opinion.

Borderless worlds can be a reality, as all Human beings are equal, their basic necessities are the same as food, shelter, dignity, Etc.

Once one understands humanity one can recognise similarities in all humans.

Nowadays as we can see how small the world has become because of internet, TV and media technology and has created a virtual borderless world. So I consider we are already one of our way to the borderless world not physically but virtually and soon they will be a time where we will have borderless world's.

Humans have divided the world so that they can better manage it but as the intellectual level of human and technology is improving the bordered world is not needed for management.

As travelling has become so easy and fast due to the fast moving aeroplanes world has become small and scalable. Consider all these things and think of the future.

Borless world will become reality one day.

Sandipan said:   9 years ago
Every coin has two sides. In this pretext, we have both pros and cons. If we analyse the pros, the first thing that comes to our mind is freedom of movement. Just think, you don't have to wait for passports and visas to work in a country. The world would get equal beneficiaries and amenities. This would mean that the developing and underdeveloped countries will be elevated in terms of health and wealth. People from India can move around the world and seek jobs. Unemployment, a major drawback in economy will reduce. Terrorism will also reduce as the cause of terrorism will not be there. Coming to cons, the human culture is something that is related to ego. When there is disrespect for any culture, people become aggressive. Degradation in human values mean self centric values inculcated in oneself. This will tend to reduce the broadening of ideas and will constrict to only specific areas.

Priyesh said:   1 decade ago
We cant expect that we would ever have a boarder less world in the future. History proves that we are creating boarders every times in the form of new countries or new states.

Every country wants to be at top by showing the power, by suppressing and acquiring lands from neighboring countries. This mindset has created many disputes in past & still existing. All are strengthening their arms & weapons to be always ready for any adverse condition in future.

So with this type of mindsets we would never find boarder less world. This would always remain myth for us.

Vishal Singh said:   5 years ago
In my opinion "Borderless world: Is myth as well as reality" it's up to us, as to How we want to see our World.

Myths as: If we think about our need, our freedom, our religion (means we only think for our benefit). It will not possible that we should get borderless World.


Reality as: If we think for humanity, peaceful life, togetherness, for our upcoming future, it will help us to get borderless world. We all know that we are not only living being in this universe. If we want to be (continue) in this universe we all need to come together and be like a family. This will save our money also because we do not need to spend our money for protection of border, don't need money to spend on armament (military equipments). We can use these money for our batter future, to get develop, to provide basic need to the people and many good things we can do.

SR21 said:   3 years ago
When we talk about borderless, we mean open but secured borders. Someday flying vehicle was a myth and now we have airplanes flying across the globe. Hence the idea of borderless is a soon to be reality of the modern world. Countries these days are mostly focused on development rather than territorial expansion which means, our borders are somewhat static. Posing arguments in favour of borderless world. Let's begin with globalisation. Tarrif free borders have aided majorly in freedom of movement of goods, capital and labour. Properly regulated, this allows even distribution of labours across the world. In addition to this, the non uniform distribution of resources is pooled and distributed to necessity of different countries. Secondly, the international refugee crisis. Where only some countries are concentrated with a major inflow of refugees to take into asylum, a global crisis is a burden on some of the nations due to border restrictions. Open borders and mutual duties can reduce the burden of refugees in developing countries. Borders are the reflection of division. Common world threats of pollution, climate change, terrorism can easily be solved it nations identified themselves in a global diaspora instead of nation states and backing off with a mentality of "not in my backyard ". Fourth point is cultural, social and educational flow among countries. Ideas complementing each other and inciting creativity while making people realise being a part of globe and identifying themselves as global citizens, calling all to accept differences in culture and cherish them, tolerate, and promote the notion of universal brotherhood. Lastly, if we just imagine the amount of money diluting in investment to enhance border security, we will most certainly realise how different and noble it will be had. Those two countries pooled that sum contributing to curb mutual problems like poverty, unemployment and education. Lastly, I would conclude with. Borders are to protect and not divide. Let's not let the centuries old lost battles, conflict or colonisation decide the borders of today and take up responsibility as a global citizen to understand and not stereotype borders. Be open in ideas yet secured in our homes.

Om Parkash said:   4 years ago
As per my opinion, if the borderless world is established, there will be a question of social security and population density.

As most of the people will move to well-managed cities, having proper infrastructure and so more. So there will be difficult to provide proper basic facilities to everyone. So, the borderless world is just a distant dream.

Ritesh said:   4 years ago
In my point of view, Borderless world can be both a myth and a reality. It can be a myth if you are a cynic who always suspect the plausibility of instances. Equally, It can be a possibility for people who believes in mutual co-operation and homogeneity. Infact, If we look closely this topic is more or less related to the classification of a family. A family can be a Joint family which can represent a Borderless world or It could be a nuclear family where the world is scattered into small pieces. If one talk about management, then its much easier to manage a small or a nuclear family as compared to a large or joint family. Similarly, managing a borderless world is an arduous task as compared to an individual country. It is also noteworthy to consider the other part of the story i.e. A joint family has its own strength - Larger support system. The greatest strength of a joint family or a united world is the support system it creates for its member. It becomes really difficult for an outsider to come and shake the foundation of a large group or a family or a country but for a small country a small jolt is enough to shake the whole structure.

So, you can see there are pros and cons for each and everything in this world and "Borderless world " has its own share of pros and cons as well.

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