Somalia Needs a Cogent Foreign Policy Agenda

After decades of being a backwater failed nation largely defined by civil wars, famine, piracy and terrorism, Somalia is suddenly finding itself at the center of arguably the most convulsing geopolitical conflict in a generation. But being in the limelight has proved costly. Bitter rifts among oil-rich Gulf monarchies and historic rapprochement between erstwhile rivals in the Horn of Africa region could throw this fragile nation off balance, potentially reversing significant gains made since 2000 when Somalia’s first peace and state building agenda was launched.

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Kaddib tobannaan sano oo ay Soomaaliya ahayd dal adduunka ka haray kuna astaysan dagaalo sokeeye, macaluul, burcad-badeed, argagixiso, ayay beryahaan Soomaaliya is aragtay iyada oo dhextaagan wax lagu tilmaami karo mawjado iyo hardan siyaasadeed ugub ku ah gobalka Geeska Afrika. Dhaxtaal-nimada Soomaaliya ee loolanada iyo is-xulufeysiga Geeska Afrika, waxay noqdeen kuwo Soomaaliya aanay mahadin. Kala ir-dhowga boqortooyooyinka shidaalka ka hodmay ee Carbeed iyo is-afgaradka dalalkii kala gadoodsanaa ee gobolka Geeska Afrika, waxay u dhaweeyeen Soomaaliya oo awalba nugleyd, in ay ku dayaanto duufaanaha socda, dib-u-dhacna uu ku yimaado guulihii la gaaray tan iyo sanadkii 2000, kolkaas oo qorshayaashii nabaddaynta iyo qaran-dhiska la bilaabay.

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