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Somaliland’s Place in the World

Chatham House Document In July 2011, Chatham House held a small roundtable meeting with Somaliland politicians, civil society, diaspora and thinkers along with experts and observers from key international partners. The roundtable aimed to discuss Somaliland’s place in the world twenty years after it’s self-declared, and still unrecognised, independence. The meeting sought to encourage new […]


Kosovo’s independence is legal, UN court rules

Decision in favour of Kosovo’s independence could have far-reaching implications for other separatist movements HAGUE (Somalilandpress) — Kosovo‘s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia in February 2008 did not violate international law, the international court of justice (ICJ) said today in a groundbreaking ruling that could have far-reaching implications for separatist movements around the world, […]


Somaliland Foreign Minister Calls For a Two-tracked Intervention for Somaliland and Somalia

ADDIS ABABA (Somalilandpress) — Abdillahi Duale, Somaliland’s minister of foreign affairs has called on the international community to looks towards a two-tracked solution while dealing with Somaliland and Somalia. “The international community needs and ought to come up with a two track approach for Somaliland and Somalia – these are absolutely two different equations, two […]


Freelance diplomats lend a hand to would-be states

BRUSSELS, 1 August 2009 (Somalilandpress) — Northern Cyprus, Western Sahara and Somaliland may not have much in common, but they share the same predicament: all are unrecognized states striving to capture international attention. Enter Independent Diplomat — freelance diplomats who offer their assistance to such nations-in-waiting. They have scored a notable success helping Kosovo win independence […]