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Belgium, Netherlands to exchange territory -- without a fight
by Raf Casert
The Associated Press Translate This Article
30 December 2015
On 30 December 2015 The Associated Press reported:
Throughout history, borders have caused unfathomable bloodshed, ageless feuds, and decades-old legal disputes, which makes plans for a friendly exchange of land between the Netherlands and Belgium all the more remarkable. 'In essence, it is very rare but it can happen,' said barrister Malcolm Shaw, an expert on international border disputes. He highlighted how complicated history has woven the borders in the area close to where Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany touch, leaving enclaves and strangely twisted borders. Belgian military historian Luc De Vos said that friendship between neighbours makes all the difference.
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