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Prof. Abdiweli’s Administration: Three Years of Chronic Corruption

’The trouble with Africa is simply and squarely a failure of leadership. There is nothing basically wrong with the African character. There is nothing wrong with the African land or… Read more »

Political Dispensations in Somalia: A Dangerous Path

Somalia”s top diplomat reassured the UN on Tuesday of the country”s “unwavering commitment” to credible elections [Al Jazeera] Dr. Afyare Elmi | December 31, 2016 Abstract Due to pressure from the… Read more »

Harsh Sentencing of ISIS Convicts in Minnesota is a Mortgage

By Jamal Abdulahi  | November 17, 2016 U.S. Federal Judge Michael Davis sentenced three of the nine young men convicted of attempting to join ISIS by largely white jury between 30… Read more »

Somalia: The Impasse of 2016 Electoral Process drags on

By Mohamud M Uluso September 22, 2016 The precarious security and political situation in Somalia is rapidly degenerating due to the vacuum created by the ending of the term in… Read more »

Should Somalia Leap into New Age of Governance? 

“Iyana waxaan kaga gudbaa gobey liicoo ha jabin”by hassan Ganey August 20, 2016 By Avv. Abdiwahid Abdullahi Warsame The Somali nation is young yet strangely enough wild and complex, as it has existed thousands of… Read more »

Somali Politics and Gendered Culture: Finding Simplicity in Complexity.

BY: FARHIA ALI ABDI At the end of 2016, Somalia will select a new government. The current governing body will be replaced by a new administration chosen by 275 parliamentarians,… Read more »

The dollar: A game changer.

 By Avv. Abdiwahid Abdullahi Warsame July 21, 2016 “Iyana waxaan kaga gudbaa gobey liicoo ha jabin”by Hasan ganey. From Kualalumpur to Timbuktu, the sounds of guns and suicide bombings have… Read more »

Somali People have Set itself up for Failure

By Abdiwahid Abdullahi Warsame July 5th ,2016 A constitution is a human scriptural authority that governs the behavior and manners of a given society, not a scribbled document. Correspondingly, it… Read more »

Minnesota’s Somali-American terrorism trial is over — can we still get justice?

By MATTHEW PALOMBO Tuesday, June 07, 2016 The verdict is in — guilty. After less than three days last week, an all-white jury found three Somali-American young men guilty of… Read more »

The UN mission chief on the daily challenges of rebuilding Somalia after 25 years of war

By: Michael Keating    |   Saturday, May 28, 2016 My day starts with some exercise, breakfast in my room, then an 8am planning session. The schedule typically includes meetings in… Read more »