All 24 cantons would meet at St Stephen's cathedral in Vienna
Caught between a rock and a hard place, the EU had better get ready for some of these exit-names
Number of terrorist acts perpetrated in the U.S. by nationals of any of the seven countries? Zero.
Everything you always wanted to know about the Dutch, but were afraid to ask because they spit while they speak
The secret Red Line Map that could have given Lower Canada to the U.S.
Like most data produced on social media, online bigotry is geotagged. Meaning that hate speech can be mapped. That is exactly what this newest map has done.
The map of Spain is tattooed into the Catalan landscape, as indelible streets and avenues
While nobody was paying attention, Germany took over a bit of Czech territory
Among many others, Britain's new Foreign Secretary has managed to offend the previous, current and future presidents of the U.S.
Buckle up - you're about to find out which US states have the same GDP as entire countries. Frank Jacobs' latest installment of Strange Maps shines a light on the 51 countries that fit within North America's GDP.
In a referendum on 23 June, British voters will decide whether or not to leave the European Union, and Americans will decide in November between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The arrogance and ignorance of American presidential candidate Donald Trump come alive in these three maps, which continue cartography's wonderful history of satirical takedowns.
A noble attempt at fighting viral racism. But is it telling only half the story?
Did the U.S. base its foreign policy on the Old Testament? An incredible telephone conversation between George W. Bush and French President Jaques Chirac may hold the answer.
How to stop mass shootings? Maps speak louder than words.
Fear of invasion is a recurring theme in Australian history.
In 1931, Norway annexed part of Greenland. It could have been the start of a very Cold War indeed.
The cartoonist who escaped death in Copenhagen last week produced another controversial work of art: his very own micronation.
It's 1962 in an America that has lost World War II...
The rough beauty of the American West seems as far as you can get from the polished corridors of power in Washington DC.