Sunday, June 24, 2018
Wardheer News

Somaliland foreign policy in a deadlock: Is there a way out?

By Muhumed M. Muhumed In May 2018, Somaliland celebrated its 27th anniversary since its secession from Somalia with its fifth president elected in November 2017. In this period, Somaliland has numerous accomplishments to show in peace-building, state-building, economic recovery and … Continued

Back to Mogadishu (Part IV): Thirty-One Years Later

By Hassan M. Abukar Al-Shabaab has become the big elephant in today’s Somalia—and it’s a force to be reckoned with.  While the organization was dislodged militarily from Mogadishu several years ago, it still maintains a sinister presence in the capital. … Continued

Adding Missing Points to the Natural Resources Agreement

By Mohamed Mukhtar Ibrahim I would like to congratulate the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and Federal Member States (FMS) on agreeing on the 2020 Election Model and the Ownership, Management and Revenue Sharing from Natural Resources (Petroleum and Minerals). … Continued

The SSC Liberation is in full Swing

By Osman Hassan History is a witness to the misguided adventures or miscalculations of some leaders whose consequences have changed the course of the history of their nations. That was the case with Jamal Abdi Nasir, the president of Egypt, who … Continued

Siyad Barre and Gulf Countries: Firms Not Governments

By Abdisamad Nur-Bidar As one gets older, it is only natural to look back and reflect on past experiences, the blessings of life, and the triumphs and tribulations of time. Childhood, upbringing, schools, neighbors, friends, struggles, setbacks and successes, particular … Continued

Why I am NOT Celebrating Africa Day Today

By Hassan A Keynan May, 25, 2018, marks the 55th anniversary of the foundation of the Organization of African Union (OAU), now known as the African Union (AU). This year, like the 54 years before, we are being asked to … Continued