Sunday, October 21, 2018

How Somaliland transitioned to stability sans direct aid, recognition

The dramatically divergent paths that Somalia and Somaliland took after a struggle led the latter to become a self-declared state in 1991 run counter...

Notes (P2): Agreements and Exchanges of Letters in connection with the Attainment of Independence...

Treaty Series No. 44 (1960) PUBLIC OFFICERS AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND THE GOVERNMENT OF...

Somaliland: Major Reshuffle Sweep in the Judiciary

The Ministry of Judiciary has made sweeping wide-ranging personnel changes that have touched at least 105 judicial officials. This major reshuffle comes shortly after...

Somaliland: Bringing Hope to a Dry Land

Coca-Cola Provides Clean Water for 50,000 Internally Displaced People in SomalilandSomaliland is a self-declared sovereign state and is internationally recognized as an autonomous region...

Notes: Agreements and Exchanges of Letters in connection with the Attainment of Independence by...

This is the seventeenth posting of a reproduction of a series of historical notes, articles,tracts and academic discourses to mark proud landmarks in the history of Somaliland from...

Somaliland: A Push for Higher Female Representation in Policy-Making

Bar Seed is the only female member in Somaliland’s 82-person Parliament, but activists hope upcoming national elections may end her isolation. Gender equality advocates in...

ID Weekly View: Hargeisa Book Fair

Why it Matters: The Hargeisa Book Fair Somaliland may be an unrecognized state politically, but the annual Hargeisa International Book Fair has put it on...

President Siilaanyo Honors Amoud University Graduates

The Republic of Somaliland President, His Excellency Ahmed M. M. Silanyo attended the graduation ceremony of 863 at Amoud University, Borama, Wednesday.Upon arrival, the President...

Minister Mohamed Rashid did not resign

The Republic of Somaliland's Foreign Affairs State Minister Hon. Mohamed Rashid Sheikh Hassan has strongly refuted media reports stating that he has resigned from...

Somaliland, Ethiopia, Eritrea: Intertwined political, historical perspective 1869-1950 – Sanderson Beck excerpts

The Suez Canal opened in 1869, and that year an Egyptian ship visited Berbera. The next year Muhammad Jamal Bey claimed the Somali coast...

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Young Somali men violently targeted in London. Why?

Parents in London’s Somali community are concerned for their sons’ welfare – and some have even sent their children out of the capital AT LEAST...

President Bihi blames opposition on possible election delays

His Excellency the President of the Republic of Somaliland, Musa Bihi Abdi, hinted at possible election delays for upcoming parliamentary and municipal elections blaming...

Somalia off-coast pirates on the rampage again?

A Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier was attacked by pirates off the east coast of Somalia this week showing the persistent threat of piracy despite...