Post Profile






Chasing Mirages Across Somalia

With Somalia's election around the corner, what criteria should be used to evaluate each candidate? Hint: not name recognition nor clan affiliation. The post Chasing Mirages Across Somalia appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
read more

share

Related Posts


Osama’s Requiem and Obama’s Mirage

Media / Accuracy & Ethics : Accuracy in Media

Starving men in the desert have a short name for what we now call “virtual reality,” “wishful thinking” or “President Barack Obama’s decisive foreign policy.” That word is mirage. Seeing a green oasis amid the hot sands is a mirage....

First They Came for the Samosas...

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Wronging Rights

According to Foreign Policy's blog Passport, al-Shabab militants in Somalia recently added samosas (known locally, and at New York Ethiopian restaurants, as sambusas) to the long list of things they can't stand. Already famous for h...

This Week in Foreign Policy, July 21, 2011

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Foreign Policy Association

This Week in Foreign Policy This week in foreign policy, the world’s top news stories are reviewed in a new FPA video feature. FPA blogger Crystal Huskey discusses implications of the famine in Somalia, and Walter Raubeson warns of ...

Security Context of Illegal Wildlife Trade in East Africa

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Foreign Policy Association

Illegal wildlife trade is of immense value to criminal organizations and armed non-state actors such as al-Shabaab in Somalia. The post Security Context of Illegal Wildlife Trade in East Africa appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs...

Free Trade Taking a Beating in U.S. Election

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Foreign Policy Association

In a sharply divided electorate, opposition to free trade is creating an unlikely point of unity between angry voters across the aisle. The post Free Trade Taking a Beating in U.S. Election appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC