The Future of Somaliland’s Recognition

by Max Webb Thirty years after declaring its independence from Somalia, the Republic of Somaliland seems to be...

Normalise it: Somalia and Somaliland talks will never end

After 10 years of fruitless talks with Somalia, the Somaliland government has expressed its frustration and adopted a new policy: talks...

Somaliland: The Diaspora vs homeland

“Three main periods of migration can be identified, when comes to giving an overview of the history of the African Diaspora. Historically,...

The Elephant In The Room

Decades ago during the British ruling and right after the independence, sending children to schools was a controversial and divisive even...

Somaliland: The last intervention in Somalia

Since the collapse of the Somali Republic, nearly every intervention on Somalia by the international community has failed. It started with...

Life Safety First: Winning the Struggle Against Road Traffic Accidents in Somaliland

BY Nasir M. Ali The mounting rate of road traffic accidents both inside and outside urban centers...

Djibouti needs a Plan B for the post-Guelleh era

After Ethiopia and Eritrea fell out in 1998, Djibouti’s ports became landlocked Ethiopia's only outlet and a critical lifeline for exports...

July 2021 Employee of the Month: Abiy Ahmed

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed inherited a state. He sacrificed it to the dream of an empire. On his current trajectory,...

Who’s running Haiti after president’s assassination? 5 questions answered

Patrick D Bellegarde-Smith, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Two men are vying to control Haiti after President Jovenel Moïse’s July...

Why is Delta such a worry? It’s more infectious, probably causes more severe disease,...

Michael Toole, Burnet Institute While Australians may be focused on the havoc the Delta variant is wreaking on our...

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