Leo Dillon, along with his team at the State Department, works to make sure the U.S. government's maps are aligned with its policies. Dillon discusses in this Q-and-A how his unit responds to naming issues, border disputes and the creation of new countries. "Every time a new country comes by, it shakes up the order," he said. "Usually you have a lot of advance notice, but it still gets complicated."

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