Who Caused the Somali State Collapse? A Chronological Review

As is the norm among societies of war-torn countries recovering from civil wars, questions like “Why did our state collapse?”, “When did the collapse begin?”, and “Who is to blame for it?” often dominate public discourses.

The Las Anod Conflict Brings Back the Dark Memories of Late 1980s Somalia

Las Anod, the capital of Somalia’s Sool province, has lately been a major talking topic of Somalis everywhere, and not for good reasons.

Osman Aidarus

Osman Aidarus writes about Somali history and occasionally opines on the monumental day-to-day social issues that arise in the country be it politics, economy, or security.