Somalia: Issues, History, and Bibliography
Nina J. Fitzgerald
Nova Publishers, 2002 - History - 111 pages
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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THEIR ORIGINS MIGRATIONS AND SETTLEMENT
FROM INDEPENDENCE TO REVOLUTION
SOMALIAS DIFFICULT DECADE 198090
BREAKDOWN OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
THE SOCIETY AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
POPULATION AND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS
THE SEGMENTARY SOCIAL ORDER
LINEAGE SEGMENTATION AND THE SOMALI CIVIL WAR
administration Africa Watch African History Cambridge Aideed Aidid Arab areas armed forces Baidoa Barre regime Berbera British Somaliland camps central Chisimayu civil civilians clan clan-families colonial conflict constitution Cushitic Daarood December Development Digil Digil and Rahanwayn Djibouti drought early economic Egypt Ethiopia ethnic Somalis foreign groups Hargeysa Hawiye HMSO Horn of Africa human rights IGAD Institute International Isaaq Islamic Italy January Journal of African Jubba Kenya lineage London Mahammad Siad Mahdi Majeerteen major military aid military assistance million Ministry Mogadishu Mohammed Muslim nomads northern officers Ogaden Ogaden War Operation Restore Hope pastoral peace percent personnel political population port president programs reconciliation refugees region religious Report Republic of Somaliland Samaal Samatar Siad Barre Siad Barre's regime Somali National Movement Somali Police Force Somali society southern Somalia Soviet Union territory towns United Nations United Somali Congress University Press urban warlords Washington York