Thursday, January 20, 2022

Somaliland’s President Bihi Lands at Addis to Take Up Bilateral Issues with PM Abiy...

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President Musa Bihi Abdi of the Republic of Somaliland, today, landed at Bole International International port of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he was warmly...

Chinese Naval Fleets Set to Deploy in Gulf of Aden for ‘Escort’ Duties

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The 40th fleet of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy set out from a military port in the city of Zhanjiang, south China's...

Somaliland Supreme Court Endorses Constitutionality of Opening Political Associations

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The Court rules in favour of political associations opening come May 2022 placing management of direct elections in the hands of NEC The Supreme Court...

Somaliland Resists Chinese Influence in Africa as It Seeks US Recognition

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The self-declared state of Somaliland is seeking US recognition as it pitches itself as a counterweight to Chinese influence in the Horn of Africa. There have been...

Somaliland Goes Into Drought Red Alert

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The Republic of Somaliland has declared a state drought alert following the conclusion of surveys and studies the government had been conducting around the...

Somaliland: Unrecognized Nation With All the Trappings of Statehood

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Somaliland has it’s own flag, currency, passport, government system, public institutions and national army who fully control the territory of our nation. If a place...

Africa’s Complex 2022 Elections: Restoring Democratic Processes

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Responding to the coups, conflicts, and other derailments of democratic processes in recent years, Africa’s 2022 elections are, in large part, an effort to...

Somaliland Foreign Minister: There Never Was a Somalia State

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The Republic of Somaliland delegation led by The self-declared state, which gained independence in 1960 from British empire, sent its Foreign Minister, Essa Kayd, to...

Wild Cat Trade: Why the Cheetah is Not Safe Just Yet

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Commentary by Patricia Tricorache and Tomas Maule Data collected by researchers show that the cheetah trade has actively continued between East Africa/Horn of Africa and...

How Did Somaliland End Up with Zero Female MPs?

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While rightly lauded for its elections, the self-declared states’ lack of female representation points to a deep problem in its democratic health. Over 30 years...