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Frontier - An interdisciplinary program for the historical studies of border security, food security, and trade policy

By Frontier - A cooperative program between Kansas State University and New Mexico State University

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Border security, food safety and security, and trade policy are issues often studied in rigid disciplinary channels. The Frontier program--a part of Food Safety and Security at Kansas State University--involves researchers from K-State and New Mexico State who seek to treat these issues as interrelated. No one disciplinary method can adequately analyze them, nor can any one of these issues be studied in isolation. Because border security, food security, and trade are interconnected, they require a blended, interdisciplinary approach that can bring different perspectives and methods of analysis to bear on these complex issues. Just as Frontier researchers seek to examine issues that cross international frontiers, they also seek to cross disciplinary borders.

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