The worst performers in East Africa are Somalia, 7, and South Sudan, 2. But the Republic of Somaliland scored 44 with a partly free status “due to the holding of a long-delayed presidential election.” Continue reading “Democracy On A Decline In East Africa – Report”
- The only trigger that Kenya shares with the rest is a historical injustice.
- We need to develop the capacity to hold leaders to account.
Warbaahinta dalka Maraykanka intooda badan ayaa si wayn uga faalooday, go’doonka Madaxweynaha dalkooda Donald Trump uu geliyay Maraykanka iyo sida dunidu uga soo wada hor jeesatay go’aankiisi uu dhawaan ku sheegay inuu magaalada Barakaysan ee Qudus ugu aqoonsaday Caasimadda Dalka Yuhuuda. Continue reading “Xog Ku Saabsan 7-dii Waddan Ee Taageeray Go’aanka Donald Trump Magaalada Barakaysan Ee Qudus”
The Republic of Somaliland set for third smooth presidential poll but economy still fragile Continue reading “Somaliland Hopes Election Will Bolster Case For Independence”
The UN has long been derided as little more than a talking shop. But that is not down to the UN itself, but rather, the powerful nations that seek to use it as a tool, argues Xiaochen Su. Continue reading “UN Leashed”
Dubai-based port operator DP World has announced plans to spend $442m on the expansion of its port at Berbera in Somaliland. Continue reading “DP World To Invest Half A Billion In Somaliland Port”
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, May 3, 2017 – Ethiopia is undertaking feasibility studies to export electricity to South Sudan and Somaliland. Continue reading “Ethiopia Mulls Electricity Export To South Sudan, Somaliland”
This report, based on field research, documents which features of business work in fragile areas and how businesses operate in regard to strategy, contract enforcement, and other aspects of firm behavior. Continue reading “Firm Behavior In Fragile States: The Cases Of Somaliland, South Sudan, And Eastern Democratic Republic Of Congo”
Since 1991 Somaliland has declared itself independent from Somalia
By Peter Robert Woodward
Somaliland President Ahmed Mohamed Sillanyo recently claimed that more than one million citizens, out of the country’s population of 3.4 million, had signed a petition calling for the international community to recognize Somaliland. Continue reading “Somaliland Wants To Secede – Here’s Why Caution Is Necessary”