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Disregarding Somaliland Case is a Scar on the Integrity of UN & AU

Prestigious international and continental bodies, like United Nations (UN) and African Union (AU) respectively, should have been abiding by and honoring their charters. 

What belongs to a Republic cannot be exclusively given to one state of that Republic without the consent of the other Republic. In this case the seat and the membership of the now defunct and non-existent Republic of Somalia should have not been assumed in the UN as well as in the AU by the what used to be the Italian Trusteeship of Somaliland (Amministrazione Fiduciaria Italiana della Somalia–AFIS). Continue reading “Disregarding Somaliland Case is a Scar on the Integrity of UN & AU”

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Disguised Distraction As Peace Preaching By Michael Keating

The latest victory of Somaliland military forces against the skirmishes carried out by the Somali Federal Government forces in the Eastern border of the country is more like a slab on the face of Michael Keating, in addition to being a decisive response that defended the Somaliland military installations in the front-line. Continue reading “Disguised Distraction As Peace Preaching By Michael Keating”

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British MP Urges UK to Lead Somaliland Recognition

British Member of Parliament Matthew Offorde wants his government to lead the Somaliland Recognition and spoke about his recent visit to Somaliland which he had never visited before.  He said that he was completely surprised by what he found. The Conservative Party MP said Somaliland was a country on the brink of success.  Continue reading “British MP Urges UK to Lead Somaliland Recognition”

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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”

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Somalia’s Protest to UN about Somaliland Engagement with UAE Hit a Roadblock

UNITED NATIONS, March 28 — The day after Somalia in the UN Security Council complained of Somaliland engagement with the United Arab Emirates, Inner City Press asked UN Spokesman Farhan Haq for the UN’s position.
He said it is a bilateral matter between Somalia and… the UAE. Continue reading “Somalia’s Protest to UN about Somaliland Engagement with UAE Hit a Roadblock”

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Somaliland: Hargeisa Hosts High-level Meeting on Comprehensive Police Reforms

A high-level police conference was held in the “Somaliland” capital of Hargeisa yesterday and focused on strengthening the “Somaliland” Police Force.

The conference discussed the implementation of comprehensive reforms that would complement the Police Act, which was recently signed into law by the President of “Somaliland” Muse Bihi Abdi. Participants included the Ministers of Interior and Justice, the Deputy Minister of Planning & Development, “Somaliland” police chiefs, senior government officials, the United Nations and other representatives of international community, as well as members of local civil society organizations. Continue reading “Somaliland: Hargeisa Hosts High-level Meeting on Comprehensive Police Reforms”

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