Political Dynamics in the Horn of Africa: Nurturing the Emerging Peace Trends
03 – 04 May 2019 | BAHIR DAR, ETHIOPIA
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By Ndubuisi Christian Ani, PhD In the last two years, the internal political situation in Somalia has worsened dramatically at a time when the African Union (AU) mission in Somalia (AMISOM) is planning an exit by 2021. From the initial discord over a decision...
By Ndubuisi Christian Ani, PhD By 12 May 2019, South Sudan is expected to reconstitute a new transitional government in line with a revitalized deal reached on 12 September 2018. But the delays in finalizing the pre-arrangements have exposed the fragility of...
By Ndubuisi Christian Ani, PhD Just 4 countries in the Horn of Africa are hosts to 10 foreign military bases while more foreign bases are being negotiated. Djibouti alone hosts 6 of the foreign bases operated by the United States (US), France, Italy, Japan, China and...
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