Can You Find the World's Newest Countries on Your Columbus Globes?
How up to date are your Columbus Globes? Did you know that there have been 34 new countries established on Earth since the year 1990? That averages out more than one new country a year, although the majority of these new countries were established with the fall of the U.S.S.R. at the end of 1991. The newest country on the planet is South Sudan, which split from Sudan through a referendum in 2011. Before that, the newest country was Kosovo, which gained independence from Yugoslavia in 2008. New countries aren't typically established peacefully, and often the creation comes because of war and revolution.
Can you find these new countries on your Columbus Globes? If not, it might be time to update your globe. Having an up-to-date globe in your home, office, library, or school is vital to being a well informed citizen of the world. Your globe won't be doing you much good if it isn't reflecting the current borders around the world. Thankfully, UltraGlobes has a great selection of Columbus globes for you to choose from, and each one is painstakingly researched by the team at Columbus to ensure accuracy and timeliness.
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