Somalia One Year On: Broken City

Mogadishu is a broken city on the verge of humanitarian catastrophe. The international community’s set piece strategy – intervention, the establishment of a government, a peacekeeping force, and stabilisation – is failing to deliver peace and stability in Somalia. At the heart of any new approach should be an early exit for the Ethiopian forces and a Somali-led process of political reconciliation.

The World Today Published 1 January 2008 Updated 15 October 2020 4 minute READ

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