The Malawi—Tanzania Boundary Dispute

@article{Mayall1973TheMB,
  title={The Malawi—Tanzania Boundary Dispute},
  author={J. Mayall},
  journal={Journal of Modern African Studies},
  year={1973},
  volume={11},
  pages={611-628}
}
  • J. Mayall
  • Published 1973
  • Economics
  • Journal of Modern African Studies
Since Malawi became independent on 6 July 1964 diplomatic relations with her eastern neighbour, Tanzania, have been almost permanently strained. Differences between the two states have focused on three sets of issues: contrasting attitudes and policies towards the white minority regimes to the South, President Banda's suspicion that Tanzania was aiding and abetting the attempts by certain prominent Malawi exiles to subvert his regime, 1 and a dispute over the de-limitation of the boundary… Expand

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