author={Herman Lupogo},
  journal={African Security Review},
  pages={75 - 86}
By some accounts, Tanzania is second from the bottom on the poverty scale in Africa, although this position is disputed by experts. Apart from the 1964 revolution in Zanzibar and a short-lived m y mutiny in 1964, Tanzania has remained peaceful despite the poverty among its tribes. National events after 1995 indicate a high level of tolerance and peaceful democratic'change in the country. This essay will briefly dwell on civil-military relations and relate it to the case of Tanzania. The… Expand
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