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The Case for President H. S. Mohamud to Be Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

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Thinking Outside the Box: Somalia’s Development Should Start at Home

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The Heat Is on: How the Somali Government Is Succeeding the Fight Against Al-Shabaab

In the last seven months since the President of Somalia Hassan Sheikh Mahmud declared war against al-Shabaab, the Al Qaeda allied terror group in Somalia, many major issues changed including the group’s status across the country.

Decoding Somalia’s Emerging Climate-conscious Movement

For the past three decades, Somalia has remained at the top echelon of climate vulnerable countries, despite historically being one of the least global greenhouse gas contributing countries.

‘Warda Xaashi Ninkeeda’ Has More Meat Than Meets the Eye

When it comes to Somali TikTok or Somali media in general anything can go viral without any rhyme or reason. Ostensibly interesting stories become thing of the past in short view days, while dull ones stay on our collective timelines for weeks.

Despite Challenges, Somalia Surges Ahead

The year 2012 marked the rebirth of Somalia as Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's nascent administration was the first without the word 'transitional' in its title since 2000.