Dienstag, 2. September 2008


Somaliland has been waiting for international recognition for years now, although it is in much better shape administratively than many other internationally recognised states in Sub-Sahara Africa. Some international actors are eager to see Somaliland recognised, among them the United States and Great Britain, but fear they might create a second Eritrea or set a precedent for other secessionist movements throughout the continent. Nonetheless, Voice of America recently aired a very interesting report on the tiny country that made so much progress and receives so little attention.

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