Transitional Justice Initiative as a Panacea for the Protracted Conflicts in Somalia. The case of Galkayo.
About the Author Anwar Abdifatah Bashir. PhD. Candidate in International Studies at University of Nairobi and Senior Lecturer at Somali National University. Bashir is also, the Executive Director and CEO of the East African Institute for Peace and Governance.
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) as a Good Option for Africa’s Industrialization Aspiration. The case of Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti.
According to the report by the United Nation Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in2020, Manufacturing industry is a key driver of sustainable development. Many countries aroundthe world, especially China has demonstrated with a robust growth in industrialization sectorIn addition to, the report connects the process of industrialization to improvements in people’s livingsituation. You can access and download the complete paper by […]
Understanding the Sovereignty Imperative: A Closer Look at the East African Community Treaty and its Implications for Somalia
The exploration of sovereignty within the framework of regional integration, specifically under the East African Community (EAC) Treaty, holds significant relevance for Somalia. Despite occasional misinterpretations that label the EAC Treaty as a possible encroachment on the sovereignty of participating states, it is crucial to recognize that the treaty is intentionally structured to safeguard and amplify the individual sovereign rights […]
OPINION: Transitional Justice Initiative among the community as a prerequisite before heading the recent elections in Somalia.
Somalia had experienced bloody civil war after the strong central government vanished in 1991. Since then, the country undertook conflicts, religious extremism and pirate’s activities. The country was ruling by relentless warlords who used to exploit the youth by recruiting them as tribal militants. They obliterated and eviscerated all the legacies of the central government including the infrastructure. So, the […]
The conflict in LasAnod between Somaliland and the Dhulbahante clan has been ongoing for the past six months in the Northern Sool region of Somalia. This conflict has turned LasAnod into a battleground where fierce clashes between Somaliland forces and the Dhulbahante clan have occurred. The escalation began on February 6th of this year when the traditional elders of the […]