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Internal Political & Security Developments in Somali from Mid-1980 to Mid-1982

President Mohamed Siyad Barre announced a reorganization of the Government and the leadership of the ruling Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party (SRSP) on March 1, 1982, and at the same time lifted the state of emergency which had been in force since Oct. 21, 1980. The declaration of a state of emergency had been Continue reading “Internal Political & Security Developments in Somali from Mid-1980 to Mid-1982”

Islamic Bank: Call for Innovation via Transform FUND

The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has established a special Fund, known as Science, Technology and Innovation Transform Fund (IsDB-STIF) to support its Member Countries in finding practical solutions to their key development challenges through the power of innovation. Transform is a multi-million-dollar fund that provides seed money for innovators, startups and Small Medium Enterprises to develop their ideas and compose a strong business proposal.  Continue reading “Islamic Bank: Call for Innovation via Transform FUND”

Somaliland: The Declaratory vs Constitutive Theory

Statehood and Recognition: When looking at the map of the world it appears as if almost the whole world is neatly divided into separate parts, with each part representing a defined territorial entity, known as a State. But under this neatly divided surface, a closer examination reveals that the concept of statehood is shrouded in many ambiguities. For example, what makes a State, a State? Continue reading “Somaliland: The Declaratory vs Constitutive Theory”

Somaliland: Letter to Members of US Congress

Letter to Members of US Congress
Honorable Senator
I am a resident and registered voter in your state. I had voted for you for the last election cycles. I am writing this letter to keep you apprised with the situation in the Horn of Africa, especially Somaliland. I am also reaching out to you to ask for congressional action on behalf of the Somaliland people. Continue reading “Somaliland: Letter to Members of US Congress”