Odinga and Karua:the leadership in the best interest of Northern Kenya
The expansive Northern Kenya region (previously known as NFD), which accounts for 20% of Kenya's size, has been grappling with a myriad of problems and lagging behind the rest of the country.
Rethinking the Future of Somalia, Youth Empowerment in Somalia
This article seeks to focus on the future of Somalia but in a unique way. For years, plans and policies said to be essential for the country's future have been passed by both government and non -governmental organizations.
Policies to prioritize by the new Leadership
August 03 (Jowhar.com)-Five years of brutal repression by the previous regime paved the way for change and placed a new leadership at the helm. Hassan Sheik Mohamud ensured a very rare victory and became the first president to be reelected…
Social Reconciliation especially On land Issue
Over the last decades, about three and a half million people in Somalia have been affected by conflict and famine. That conflict has devastated a significant part of the country’s infrastructure.
New Face of Intentional Diplomacy in Somalia: Prospects and challenges
States often negotiate with each other over more than one issue simultaneously. That may link to employing a better multidimensional international crisis bargaining model.
Rethinking Somali’s Political System and Cleavages
Political cleavages are permanent political divisions among citizens. Since the 1960s, the concept of cleavage has become current in the social science research concerned with the formation of European party systems and begun to understand…
Inclusion of Young People in the decision-making process in Somalia
Political leaders worldwide are paying greater attention to young people and their role in the decision-making process. Most young people actively participate in social-economic development.
Somali diaspora and state-bullding,why do they matter ?
Diasporas can play an essential role in their countries' social, economic, political, and technological development. Beyond their well-known role as senders of remittances, diasporas can promote, create businesses, foreign direct…
The Sources of Somalia’s Fiscal Instability
The ability of a government to sustain its current spending and tax in the long run without threatening default on some of its liabilities or promised expenditures is necessary to carryout key national policy priorities including the…
Beyond political reforms what does Somalia really need
Since the government of Somalia collapsed in 1991, much emphasis has been placed on rebuilding the state to facilitate economic growth, peace, and stability.
Good governance is key in mobilizing cheaper debt
African countries continue to struggle amidst the ever-growing deficit in the provision of decent and affordable housing for its citizens.
Obstacles Facing the implementation of Federalism in Somalia
Inconsistencies and conflicts in the sharing power between the federal government and federal member of states in provisional federal constitution of 2012.
World Population Day; Challenges and opportunities.
July 12 (Jowhar.com)- On 11 July each year, countries worldwide celebrate world population day. This day is special in that it gives them an opportunity to bring the essential concerns affecting their population to the public's attention…
Defying the Status Quo of Selecting the Somalia Prime Minister
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, you're now the tenth president of Somalia and the first leader elected twice as head of state in the nation's history.
After two decades of investment, Why Somali Army still remains fragile?
May 31 (Jowhar.com)- Since 2000 Somalia has had six presidents, and all of them placed the issue of the National Army (Somali Army) on top of their agenda during their maiden speech.
Somali Clan Politics: Anti-autocracy despite anomalies
Somalia clan politics existed throughout its history. After independence, the governance system was structured based on clan lines where domination and usurpation of rights by certain clans were recorded in that period.