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The UAE is scrambling to control ports in Africa

IT SEEMED an irrational decision 20 years ago. DP World is one of the world’s largest maritime firms. From a squat office overlooking Dubai’s...

Foreign Accountability can’t be remedy for Lack of Domestic Accountability in Somalia

By Mohamud M Uluso After the unprecedented ouster of former parliament Speaker by President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo and Prime Minister Hassan Kheire in last April, the...

Somaliland:Hargeisa’s Unrecognized IDPs-Report

Today, 22nd July 2018, Human Rights Centre has published a report on IDPs centre. Titled Hargeisa's Unrecognized IDPs, the report, which is based on a...

Strengthening Research Capacity in Somaliland and Puntland- Rift Valley Institute

Overview This briefing analyses research teaching and practice in Somaliland and Puntland, with a particular focus on the University of Hargeysa (UoH) and Puntland State...

Eritrea Names First Ambassador to Ethiopia in Two Decades

Eritrea has appointed its first ambassador to neighboring Ethiopia in two decades, the government said on Saturday, as the two countries pushed on with...

Djibouti asks UN help to end border dispute with Eritrea

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Djibouti is asking Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to help peacefully resolve a border dispute with Eritrea following the recent end to...

Are Somaliland, Puntland ready for war over land?

By KENNEDY SENELWA More by this Author Somaliland and Puntland’s dispute over land stretching from the Gulf of Aden to the Ethiopian border risks escalating into...

Djibouti ready to pay compensation to settle DP World dispute

Djibouti would be prepared to pay DP Worldcompensation of “more or less half a billion dollars . . . as early as next week” to settle a dispute over...

Ethiopian parliament approves amnesty law

Addis Ababa,  –In its urgent meeting held today, the Ethiopian parliament approved an amnesty law. The law grants amnesty for individuals and groups either under...

The politics of ports in the Horn: War, peace and Red Sea rivalries

How national, regional and international competition over ports is shaping political alliances and enmities across the Red Sea zone.   This is the second part of The...