5 02, 2020

W/Shaqada Iyo Shaqaalaha Soomaliyeed by F. Xiirane

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Wasaaraddu waxay kusoo aruurtay hawshii qaranka ee looga fadhiyay eber agtiisa, Wasiir aan lahayn ku xigeen , Wasiir  bishii dhoofa dhawr jeer , Wasiir aan xafiiskiisa tagin  dhawrka casho ee uu Dalka joogo , Wasiir fadhiisiyay shaqadii Agaasimayaasha iyo hawl wadeennada kuna soo aruuriyay Xafiis kiisa oo aan lagu wehelin , Wasiir war iyo waraaq [...]

1 02, 2020

US targeting of Nigeria: Is it really about terrorist problem or is America fearful of Africa’s first superpower emerging? by Darius Shahtahmasebi 30 Jan, 2020 16:21

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The US is punishing Nigeria amid a current humanitarian crisis where the West African nation is grappling with a violent terrorist problem in the form of Boko Haram; a terrorist entity that the US indirectly helped rise to power. The Trump administration is considering expanding its travel ban to include five more countries, including Nigeria. [...]

29 01, 2020

The Ascent and Tenacity of al Shabaab Somalia: Martial Guardianship, Diplomacy or Tribal Leaders’ Alternative Conflict Management Respublica Litereria Public Lecture – RL Vol. XIII No 579 MMXIX Costantinos Berhutesfa Costantinos, PhD Former Chairperson of the African Union Anti-corruption Advisory Board, &

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The paper discusses the ascent and tenacity of al Shabaab and balances the current: martial guardianship against diplomacy and alternative conflict management to resolve the Somalia impasse. This is a follow up paper on Peacekeepers' withdrawal from Somalia-A Somali Success Story or a new lifeline for Global Terrorism. To stabilise Somalia truly by force would [...]

29 01, 2020

Why the New Silk Roads are a ‘threat’ to US bloc By Pepe Escobar in ICH

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The Middle East is the key to wide-ranging, economic, interlinked integration, and peaceBy Pepe Escobar January 28, 2020 "Information Clearing House" -Under the cascading roar of the 24/7 news cycle cum Twitter eruptions, it’s easy for most of the West, especially the US, to forget the basics about the interaction of Eurasia with its western [...]

28 01, 2020

Transition to Energy Cooperation Between Turkey and Somalia Seems Almost Inevitable – by Turkish Researcher(AFAM) Tugrul Oguzhan Yilmaz

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Transition to Energy Cooperation Between Turkey and Somalia Seems Almost Inevitable - Researcher The Somali invitation to Turkey to develop oil exploration has put the prospects and risks of such an initiative on the agenda for Ankara. Last week, Somalia adopted a new oil law to attract additional foreign investment in the energy field and [...]

28 01, 2020

Transition to Energy Cooperation Between Turkey and Somalia Seems Almost Inevitable – by Tugrul Oguzhan Yilmaz(AFAM-Turkey)

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The Somali invitation to Turkey to develop oil exploration has put the prospects and risks of such an initiative on the agenda for Ankara. Last week, Somalia adopted a new oil law to attract additional foreign investment in the energy field and opened 15 blocks to oil companies willing to explore the country's hydrocarbon potential. [...]

27 01, 2020

USA’s “Soft” Coup In Ethiopia in World — by Thomas C Mountain — June 20, 2018

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The USA has launched a “Soft Coup” in Ethiopia in an attempt to relieve growing revolutionary pressure from the Ethiopian people after 3 years of failed martial law rule. These past three years had seen brutal repression with thousands killed and tens of thousands thrown into regime dungeons with no end in sight. The devil [...]

18 12, 2019

Gulf Pulse: Who is responsible for the new wave of killings in Aden? By Naseh Shaker December 16, 2019

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SANAA, Yemen — While Yemen’s southern city of Aden had been witnessing relative calm after separatists took control of the city in August, that changed after the Riyadh Agreement was signed Nov. 5 between the internationally recognized government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) as a new wave of killings engulfed the city.  The [...]