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By MGoth On Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Somaliland:Traditional Elders laud Haglatosiye Efforts in Promoting Peace and Development

By Goth Mohamed Goth Elders, Intellectuals, religious have Minister of Healeth Hon Suleiman Isse Ahmed (Haglatosiye) for his relentless efforts to bring peace and development to the eastern regions of Somaliland More...

By MGoth On Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Somaliland: Patriots Proud of Peace

Somaliland has become a bastion of democracy and stability compared with Mogadishu and other areas in the war-torn south, writes Christopher Adams. A street scene in Hargeisa, Somaliland. Photo / Christopher Adams From More...

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By MGoth On Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Somaliland: UN Security Council Is Arming Somalia

Somalia’s collapse into anarchy almost two decades ago created a uniquely explosive combination of terrorism and instability. Somalia has become an example of failed state, corruption, civil war and human rights More...

A Somali government soldier stands guard at the scene of an explosion at a restaurant at the Lido beach in Somalia's capital Mogadishu
By MGoth On Monday, March 11th, 2013

It’s Still a Bad Idea to Sell Arms to Somalia

A recent UN resolution assumes that the country has made serious progress. Here’s why it may be wrong. For twenty years, and until the middle of last week, Somalia was subject to a stringent UN arms embargo. More...

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By MGoth On Friday, January 18th, 2013

A third way for Somaliland and Somalia

A loose union between Somaliland and Somalia is being put forward as this third option in solving a 22-year-old dispute   Negotiations between the governments of Somalia and the autonomous breakaway state of More...

By MGoth On Friday, January 11th, 2013

Somalia: The International Community Filling Bottomless Barre

Since the fall of military administration in Somalia the international community had been embarking on a futile mission by supporting the war-torn south and ignoring the tremendous advances made by Somaliland towards More...

Youth groups protest in Berbera over rigged elections threatening security and stability in the region
By Hassan Ali On Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

Somaliland’s stable image under threat

Somaliland’s reputation as a stable and democratic entity has been shaken by violent disputes over the outcome of local elections held late last month. Press reports from Hargeisa, Somaliland’s capital, More...

A man steers a cart pulled by a donkey in Hargeisa, capital of the unrecognized breakaway republic of Somaliland in northwestern Somalia. Investors are beginning to move into the untapped market in Somaliland, a stable island in a turbulent region.
By Qalinle Hussein On Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Somaliland: A Pocket Of Stability In A Chaotic Region

A man steers a cart pulled by a donkey in Hargeisa, capital of the unrecognized breakaway republic of Somaliland in northwestern Somalia. Investors are beginning to move into the untapped market in Somaliland, a More...

By goth Mohamed On Friday, August 17th, 2012

Somalia: Latest Interpeace Report Highlights Window for Peace

Branded a ‘failed state’, the Somali Region has become known for kidnappings of international aid workers, being the training ground for terrorists, and a base for piracy operations and its recurrent humanitarian More...

Somaliland: between Berbera and Hargeisa
By goth Mohamed On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

SOMALILAND: Over Two Decades of Success and Stability

OPINION | JUNE 19, 2012 By Muhyadin Saed In May 2012, Somaliland commemorated 21 years since declaring independence from Somalia. Although not recognised as an independent state by the international community, Somaliland’s More...

Dilapidated trucks at Mogadishu's port are loaded up. Photograph: Clar Ni Chonghaile
By Sahra Farah On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

SOMALIA: Mogadishu’s vulnerable miss out on progress

Dilapidated trucks at Mogadishu’s port are loaded up (Clar Ni Chonghaile/The Guardian). MOGADISHU — Somalia’s capital is enjoying something of a boom after more than two decades of conflict and More...

Somali President Sheikh Sharif received in Istanbul by Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan during the second Istanbul Conference (The Christian Science Monitor)
By Sahra Farah On Friday, June 8th, 2012

Turkey set to heavily invest in Somalia

Somalia’s President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, left, shakes hands with Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan before he addresses a conference that aims to support Somalia in a transition process, Istanbul, Turkey, More...

Jama has recently opened two western-style restaurants in two hotels he owns, one on the beachfront, and the other in the downtown of the capital (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh)
By Qalinle Hussein On Monday, June 4th, 2012

Luxury dining on Mogadishu beachfront signals continued evolution toward peace

MOGADISHU — Beachfront dining, fresh lobster, and a European clientele: Somalia’s restaurant scene is quickly changing for the better. Somali businessman Ahmed Jama recently returned to Somalia from London More...

By SomalilandPress On Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Somaliland: The illegitimate widow in the Horn of Africa

OPINION | FEBRUARY 16, 2012 By Olivia Rutazibwa In the turbulent Horn of Africa, Somaliland is an oasis of relative quiet and order. Twenty years ago Somaliland declared itself independent. Since, however, no country More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Sunday, January 1st, 2012

Somaliland warns against outside interference in Taleeh Conference

LAS ANOD — Somaliland’s Minister of Interior, Mohamed Nuur Arale, warned on Sunday against outside interference and the meddling of its internal affairs including the tribal conference in Taleeh, Sool More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

Somaliland stability ‘at risk’

HARGEISA, 12 November 2009 (Somalilandpress) — Somaliland has been hailed as a beacon of stability in the troubled Horn of Africa region since declaring independence from Somalia in 1991. But Al Jazeera’s More...