Somalia: Issues, History, and Bibliography

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Nina J. Fitzgerald
Nova Publishers, 2002 - History - 111 pages
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This country shares the status of Afghanistan until recently of being without a government. It also seems to be a possible nesting ground for members of the al-Qaeda terror network. Somalia has been in the world spotlight numerous times in the 1990s. This book brings together important issues of Somalia along with a brief version of its history and a selective bibliography.
  

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Contents

SOMALIA
15
SOCIETY
16
TRANSPORTATION
18
NATIONAL SECURITY
19
THEIR ORIGINS MIGRATIONS AND SETTLEMENT
31
IMPERIAL PARTITION
32
FROM INDEPENDENCE TO REVOLUTION
34
SOMALIAS DIFFICULT DECADE 198090
35
HEALTH
50
REFUGEES
51
BREAKDOWN OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE
55
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
56
GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE
58
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
60
FOREIGN RELATIONS
61
NATIONAL SECURITY
62

THE SOCIETY AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
37
PHYSICAL SETTING
39
POPULATION AND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS
40
THE SEGMENTARY SOCIAL ORDER
43
LINEAGE SEGMENTATION AND THE SOMALI CIVIL WAR
46
RELIGIOUS LIFE
47
LANGUAGE
48
STATE SECURITY SERVICES
67
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
70
OPERATION RESTORE HOPE
75
BIBLIOGRAPHY SOMALIA
79
INDEX
109
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