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The Endemic Obsession With Titles: A Challenging Moral and Intellectual Problem

Often, we use formal titles to address certain individuals in society, not because we like them, but rather we want to recognise and acknowledge their real and documented achievements.

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Foreign Interference Threatens Somalia’s Economic Diversification

In discussions concerning Somalia, it has become cliche to preface with an acknowledgment of the country's enduring struggle with prolonged conflicts spanning the past three decades.

Somali Public Discourse: A Cesspool of Intolerance and Hatred

Since the beginning of the Sool region conflict and the signing of the infamous MoU between Ethiopia and Somaliland, the discourse surrounding Somaliland’s independence has reached unprecedented levels of polarization among Somalis.

Clinging To Power by Any Means Necessary: The Ultimate Ambition of the Somali Politician

The general definition a politician is a person who is actively involved in politics, typically as an elected or an appointed official within a government or a political organisation.

Social Media as a Catalyst for Justice: Empowering Victims in Somalia

The transformative shift in Somalia's socio-technological landscape in recent years has been remarkable, primarily driven by the widespread access to the internet provided by private telecommunication companies.

Somalia’s Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban Was Long Overdue

This week, the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MoECC) took a decisive step by imposing a ban on the production, import, export, manufacture, trade, and use of single-use plastic bags in Somalia starting June 30, 2024.
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