The Most Complex International Borders in the World Part 3

Part of 3 of the series in which I look at some of the changes that have happened since parts 1 and 2, then talk about new complex borders including: the panhandle of Namibia, the Caprivi Strip; the new international border of Sudan and South Sudan; the Chile-Argentina border dispute which came from ambiguous language in a boundary treaty.

Watch parts 1 and 2 of this series here:
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Kevin MacLeod

Thanks to Kenneth Schultz and his helpful lecture “The World’s Strangest Borders and How They Got That Way”:



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