Thursday, June 21, 2018

Somaliland Foreign Policy and the Equation of Existence and Thought

In philosophy as well as in the science of logic there has been a fundamental question about which one comes first, Existence or Thought....

Somaliland: Middle East Power Struggle Plays Out on New Stage

BERBERA, Somaliland—The battle for hegemony in the Middle East is playing out at an ancient African port where traditional dhow fishing boats now share...

The Aggression of Federal Somalia against Somaliland Republic

On the dawn of May 15 and 24, 2018, the armed forces of Federal Somalia waged unexpected attacks on Somaliland Republic armed forces based...

Geopolitical Change, a Rising Hegemon, and Berbera Port Deal

Berbera Port deal has been groundbreaking; at the stroke of a pen, Somaliland took a massive step towards international recognition and permanent separation from...

Puntland Calls for Assassination of Somaliland’s UCID Party Leader

Speaking at a press conference, aired by the federal state's television station, PLTV, on Tuesday, Ali Dhega'adde, a long-time serving member of the Puntland...

UN RELEASES $2.7 MILLION TO HELP SOMALILAND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY CYCLONE; URGES FOCUS ON...

Following a visit to a community in ‘Somaliland’ affected by Cyclone Sagar, the United Nations has released close to $3 million to help people affected...

Sri Lankan migrant workers stranded in Somaliland to returned

The (Sri Lankan) Ministry of Foreign Affairs in coordination with the Sri Lankan embassy in Addis Ababa, and with the assistance of the International...

BBC Somalia Service Openly Wages Propaganda War Against Somaliland Compromising Ethical Reporting

Established in 1957 by the British to speak to the Somali-speaking region in the Horn of Africa, the BBC Somali Service was one of...

Keating or Cheating: The Political Bias of UNSOM

The de-escalation of tensions and increase of peaceful political dialogue is the fundamental principle of the United Nations’ mandate for international security. If that...

Somaliland’s cyclone victims requires urgent humanitarian aid: World Vision

Thousands of victims of a devastating cyclone that hit Somaliland on May 19 are in dire need of food, clean water and basic health...

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Al-Shabab Militant Group Getting Lucky, Not Stronger in Somalia

Somalia’s most dangerous terror group is likely not getting any stronger despite a series of deadly attacks, including one that claimed the life of...

Special Arrangement with Somaliland A Symbol of Depoliticized Aid Relations – Partners Tell Mogadishu

International partners supporting Somalia and Somaliland on a number of reconstruction, security, and governance programmes in Somalia, and on development and democratization processes, among...

Somaliland: The Experiment In Democracy review – a powerful and eye-opening documentary

Most of the stories you hear out of the Horn Of Africa are overwhelmingly negative. But in Somaliland, a state battling for recognition, they...