Abdinasir Ismail Sola, waa shaqsi wax bartey wax badana kusoo dhex jirey bulshada soomaaliyeed. Mudo badan wuxuu ka tirsanaa bahda warbaahinta ama saxaafadda. Wuxuu ka mid yahay dadka ugu horeeyey ka shaqeeya TVga Universal TV Somali, haruntiisa London. Sanadahan dambe wuxuu u wareegey dhanka Information Technology ama IT. Asagoo ku dhex jiro dhanka IT’ga, hadana... Continue Reading →
SWAHILI COAST: Pre-colonial Swahili Coast and its People (Waswahili).
Swahili Coastal region of East Africa starts from Mogadishu in southern Somalia to its northern end to Kilwa in the south of Tanzania, the Bay of Sofala in present-day Mozambique, the further, the northern tip of Madagascar. This region is also historically known as Azania or Zingion (Zinj). Contemporary historians neglected the history of some... Continue Reading →
Mafia in Politics of Somalia
Somalia has dealt with a range of crises since the fall of Mohamed Siyad Barre. Civil war, political instability, the fight against the Al Shabab, and the long-running political mafia in the government are among the security problems with which most in the international community and Somali people are familiar. Somalia’s Political Mafia is politically... Continue Reading →
King Nasib Bundo, The Freedom Fighter.
Tradition attributes to Nassib Bunda many of the institutions and customs noted by the early colonial authorities in Goshaland. It is said that he sought to reinstate the practice of organizing villages along ethnic lines. He may also be responsible for the practice of appointing Sagale to supervise newly arrived immigrants and thereby ensuring his... Continue Reading →
Safarkeyga Dalka Rwanda
Markaan sawir kooban ka bixiyo dalka Rwanda, waa wadnaha qaaradda Afrika, oo xuduud la leh Burundi, Tanzania, Congo iyo Uganda. Waa dalka ugu yar Africa marka laga reebo jasiiradaha. Waa dal aan bad lahayn oo dhacda koonfurta Equator ee bariga iyo bartamaha Afrika. Dadkeedu waxaa lagu qayaasa ku dhawaad 12 milyan. Waxaana dega dhowr qowmiyadood,... Continue Reading →
A New Perspective Awareness on the New Military Development
The push to modernize military affairs is turning to non-state actors and technologies to conduct many tasks that are traditionally undertaken by the states’ military forces. Governments seek out proxy alliances, private/nonstate military forces and technological proliferation when the political or material costs of directly intervention are unpleasantly high. The use of these methods for... Continue Reading →
The Ethiopia Conflict in International Relations and Global Media Discourse
Written By: Jon Abbink Since 4 November 2020, a devastating armed conflict has been raging in northern Ethiopia. Developments in this war, which started with a well-prepared nightly assault of the then-ruling Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) on federal army bases in Tigray Regional State, are going fast (see also Abbink 2021a, 3-4). The war was expanded by the... Continue Reading →
Africa Is Central to the Modern World’s Future—and Its Past
No regular reader of my columns at World Politics Review can be surprised by now that I believe the future of Africa is one of the most important as well as one of the most neglected questions facing humankind. Africa is so routinely marginalized from the concerns of global affairs that even among otherwise well-informed... Continue Reading →
U.S. Foreign Policy and Compliance with the International Law of Armed Conflict
War is an inescapable reality of human society and is characterized as a continuation of national policy in the pursuit for specific end. War has also played a central role in the formation of international order and its maintenance. States use armed conflict for national policy goals. Since the 1949 Geneva Conventions and the two... Continue Reading →
The Collapse of U.S-backed Afghan Government: What Went Wrong?
Following the end of World War II, the United States has involved in “Nation-Building” projects to help rebuild countries engulfed civil and interstate wars. The U.S. has successfully delivered its promise to restore security and stability in 1953 in Korea but failed to do so in Somalia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. U.S. failure in these countries... Continue Reading →