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Laughing Hyenas: Red flags the new Somali regional president should be wary of

By | August 30th, 2018|Aid & Development, Articles & News, Capital Markets, Environment, Extractive Industries, Human Rights, International Institutions, Politics & Corruption|

Laughing Hyenas: Red flags the new Somali regional president should be wary of Let me be blunt about this first:  The new regional president, Mustafe M Omar, was [...]

2017 budget figures: Is Somalia really a rising nation?

By | October 24th, 2017|Aid & Development, Articles & News, Capital Markets, Politics & Corruption|

2017 budget figures: Is Somalia really a rising nation? This article was originally published on Somalia Investor Liban Farah Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre in his address to [...]

Enslaved by Any Other Name: A Comprehensive Guide to Somalia’s Public Debt in 12 Simple Steps

By | February 8th, 2017|Aid & Development, Articles & News, Capital Markets, International Institutions, Politics & Corruption|

Enslaved by Any Other Name: A Comprehensive Guide to Somalia’s Public Debt in 12 Simple Steps "The chain symbolises the chains of debt which are affecting the poorest [...]

Who owns the “elections” in Somalia?

By | December 15th, 2016|Aid & Development, Articles & News, Capital Markets, International Institutions, Politics & Corruption|

Who owns the “elections” in Somalia? Apparently there’re elections taking place in Somalia.  A process best described as an event with special kind of tribal discriminatory price auction [...]

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