Saturday, November 17, 2018

Uganda: What Do Somalia Sheep, Goats and Ugandan Doctors Have in Common? You’ll Be...

This is a story about a Ugandan doctor. He has discovered some very exciting things about Ebola that I don't understand, but clever people who...

Somaliland: An Indivisible ‘One’, An Irreversible Republic

People all over the world are segmented according to characteristics, loyalties and affiliations that separate one segment or group from the other.  These could...

International community can no longer remain oblivious to Somaliland recognition calls

Against every common sense, against all democratic values, against all universally applicable people's rights for self-determination; why on earth do the EU, U.S.A, UN...

The humiliation of neo-Nazis in Liverpool makes me proud to be a Scouser

If I've learned anything in life it's that you should never to pick a fight with one of us – especially if you're a fascist A...

East Africa: Reflecting On Ethiopia’s Engagement in Somalia

Scholars studying conflict agree that internal conflicts have different categories based on their causes and dimensions. These categories include conflicts triggered by 'bad domestic...

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? Because Conflict is necessary

Why can’t we all just get along? Who hasn’t asked that rhetorical question at one time or another? We sometimes utter this common refrain when...

UN Special President for Somalia: Mr. Kay, please, stop democracy of hypocrisy!

First and foremost, I have a great respect for the necessity of the existence of a world organization, like the UN. However, Somalia experiences...

Are we on the verge of an evolution beyond capitalism?

Without us noticing, we are entering the postcapitalist era. At the heart of further change to come is information technology, new ways of working...

Imperial ambitions have pushed Europe to its limits

Ukraine crisis tests credibility of implied promises of political, economic and military support. ©Dreamstime A few years ago, I heard an after-dinner speech from a European...

What if Uganda and Kenya pulled out of Somalia?

We still remember that the whole world was gripped by the terrible massacre of 150 students of Garissa University College in northern Kenya on...

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After decades of a bipolar world in which the US and the Soviet Union competed for global hegemony, we entered a unipolar era with...

SPECIAL REPORT: Winners and losers in Horn of Africa’s regional economic integration pact

"..more measures by Addis Ababa to restrict its unsanctioned relations with Somaliland would follow, in an apparent reversion of the former Ethiopian regime’s political...

Somalia hosts its first National Economic Policy Forum

Somalia has hosted its first high level National Economic Policy Forum this week in Mogadishu, which saw participants discuss a national investment strategy, financial...