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Transformation Euphoria in the Horn of Africa

Transformation Euphoria in the Horn of Africa

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Yemen’s Fateful Twinship With Somalia

Yemen’s Fateful Twinship With Somalia

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Palestinian Millennial Activists and Israel’s Diminishing Support

Palestinian Millennial Activists and Israel’s Diminishing Support

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Regional and Geopolitical Impact of Ethiopia Meltdown

Regional and Geopolitical Impact of Ethiopia Meltdown

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The Ailing Muslim Conscience: It’s time to reclaim the Islam of inclusivity

The Ailing Muslim Conscience: It’s time to reclaim the Islam of inclusivity

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Straight Talk On Somalia Insecurity

Straight Talk On Somalia Insecurity

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Farmajo Follows Footsteps of Failure

Farmajo Follows Footsteps of Failure

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Muslims in the Crosshairs of Hate

Muslims in the Crosshairs of Hate

Human history is peppered with dreadful accounts of minority communities who were deliberately demonized before atrocities were committed against them.

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Blackened Waters of Somalia

Blackened Waters of Somalia

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The ‘Covfefe’ Coalition to Squeeze Qatar

The ‘Covfefe’ Coalition to Squeeze Qatar

While the diplomatic tension between Saudi Arabia and Qatar existed since the Arab Spring, the break up caught foreign policy experts by surprise.

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Radical Ideas Muslims Celebrate In Ramadan

Radical Ideas Muslims Celebrate In Ramadan

Ramadan is a time of selfless devotion and a month of above-ordinary worship when Muslims reflect deeply on all matters of moral significance.

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Circling The Square In Somalia

Circling The Square In Somalia

Somalia is headed in the right direction. But "right direction" doesn’t mean a path free of pitfalls and clear of landmines.

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The Global Order in a Post-United Nations Era

The Global Order in a Post-United Nations Era

In its current form and function, the United Nations is on course to become irrelevant. Times are rapidly changing and while its model has been static, at best.

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Smearing Lenses and Distorting Islam

Smearing Lenses and Distorting Islam

Against a backdrop of growing islamophobia, we are compelled to ask an urgent question: are Islamic values compatible with Western values?

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‘Reality Presidency’ and New Diplomacy

‘Reality Presidency’ and New Diplomacy

The recent public execution of political correctness in the U.S. and elsewhere in the West had an unintended consequence: removing the curtain of hypocrisy.

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