Somalia at the crossroads

options for the world community

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Abstract

JURIST Guest Columnist Zeray Yihdego of Oxford Brookes University School of Social Sciences and Law says that the UN and the world's powers must act to help stabilize Somalia, too long plagued by clan infighting, lawlessness, regional conflict involving Ethiopia and Eritrea, and now maritime piracy.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJurist
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jun 2009

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Keywords

  • Somalia
  • peace and security
  • UN

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Somalia at the crossroads : options for the world community. / Yihdego, Zeray.

In: Jurist, 08.06.2009.

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