Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Somaliland: Losing patience in the world’s most unlikely democracy

(Medeshi)- Somaliland is an  island of stability in a sea of chaos; a democracy surrounded by authoritarian regimes; a real nation forged in spite of civil war, clan divisions, and religious tensions – all the usual rocks upon which developmental states wreck.
So what makes it work? And why will no one give it the recognition it craves? SIMON ALLISON reports from the would-be republic that is beginning to realise that it’s time might never come.
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