Offshore gas finds offered major promise for Mozambique: what went wrong

Theo Neethling, University of the Free State Recent events in Palma, a town in the volatile Cabo Delgado...

Leveraging Somaliland’s Blue Economy

SLPA Quarterly Op-Ed by Deqa Aden The blue economy is one of the least exploited sectors in...

COVID-19 VACCINES AND CORRUPTION RISKS: PREVENTING CORRUPTION IN THE ALLOCATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINES

With a fast-moving pandemic, no one is safe, unless everyone is safe Covid-19 Vaccine Transparency matters. The...

Analysis of the Long-Term Negative Impacts of The Active involvement of Tribal Elders in...

Somaliland had experienced sustained peace, growing Democracy, and fruitful conflict resolution among Somaliland tribes to maintain unity. Furthermore, Somaliland held free...

Training government officials in Cybersecurity in Somaliland is a remarkable move

Dr Jama Musse Jama, PhD, Hargeysa Cultural Centre, @JamaMusse I attended the launch of the cybersecurity training program...

We Can No Longer Deny the Atrocities in Ethiopia

A civil war in the northern region of Tigray broke out in November. Denial within the international community has prevented much-needed...

Why we did it: the Kenyan women and girls who joined Al-Shabaab

Fathima Azmiya Badurdeen, Technical University of Mombasa The direct involvement of women and girls in terrorism has attracted...

Somalia’s Embrace of Counterfeiting puts it in Bad Company

Ali Jama Baqdadi, governor of Somaliland’s central bank, announced last week that an influx of counterfeit dollars had entered Somaliland first...

Reflections on Hadrawi’s Masterpiece Poem: Indho-Badan.

Somali literature is teeming with a valuable record of poems, traditional descriptive narrations, proverbs, and axioms detailing the vital role women...

How corrupt is Somalia?

According to Transparency International Somalia was ranked the most corrupt country in the whole world. “. . . Not...

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