A dictatorial military regime led by Farmajo and his advisors, former Siad Barre  military personnel is being supported and empowered by the West including USA and Europe who say they see democracy as a universal value and Turkey and ...
By Abdinassir Hassan Muhumed Introduction This article aims to critically analyze the possible implications of any future unification between the two states of Somalia and Ethiopia. This comes at a time of major political transition within Ethiopia, which began at the...
Ministry of Energy and Minerals inviting locals to invest in the vibrant mining sector for a bumper-harvesting. and so, to ignite Somaliland's Economy. Jointly co-authored by Mohd Faisal Hawar and Mohamoud Faisal Hawar, both Oil and Gas Management Graduates, specialized...
Agriculture is currently the second most important economic activity in the country, after livestock, with up to 30% of the population depending on it for their livelihoods. Crop agriculture is currently underdeveloped and offers considerable potential, both in cereal...
An antidote for Somaliland to avoid the prevailing resource curse that is generally associated with developing countries, especially in Africa! Jointly co-authored by Mohd Faisal Hawar and Mohamoud Faisal Hawar, both Oil and Gas Management Graduates, specialized in Oil and...
By Michael Rubin Somaliland is an unlikely success. Somali dictator Siad Barre’s genocidal wrath destroyed more than 80 percent of Hargeisa, Somaliland’s capital city, and leveled other towns. And yet, despite a lack of formal international recognition or external assistance,...
Once again, Somaliland’s three political parties, Kulmiye, Waddani and UCID have fallen into a disagreement. This time it is about the membership of the new Somaliland National Elections Commission (NEC). The Somaliland constitutions clearly states that the three political parties...
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a January 2010 speech that “development was once the province of humanitarians, charities, and governments looking to gain allies in global struggles. Today it is a strategic, economic, and moral imperative — as central...
The intensive military civil war had officially broken out in May 1988 when Barre bombarded Hargeisa and other northern cities. Less known is what precipitated the government’s bombing. What happened was this: a month earlier, in April 1988, Siad...
Sherin Helal While Somalia has achieved notoriety in Africa as the most striking example of a failed state and the continent’s biggest battlefield, it has nevertheless also been able to present a model in the form of the autonomous Republic...

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