Boundaries define a geographical or a political entity or a legal jurisdiction that is entitled to a nation and in this regard a government, state or any other administrative divisions. Borders can be defined as a buffered zone that separate between two or more geographical regions. Some of the border are fully or are partially controlled and crossing from one point to another can be legal or illegal.
Therefore boarders can be termed as anything the separates between two geographical entities which m ay be defined by a political entity or which can be defined by any other term that can distinguish between two regions. International boundaries are therefore areas that separate two or more nations and defined that legal jurisdiction of any state or any government. (Glassier, 1999)
Unlike in the modern times when we are having some more defined border regions, borders in the past were not clearly marked or clearly defined and were just placed as neutral zones which were known as marchlands. March lands were therefore natural zones which were considered to be under not authority of any other legal entity but were sometime placed under the authority of the international community. ...