From Tyranny to Anarchy: The Somali Experience
An exploration of the Somali crisis, which reveals the political cultures of Somalia and Somaliland in the process, and the underlying complexities that can result in the collapse or sustained development of a society. Dr Adam explores how the indigenous political structures of Somalia and Somaliland foster local initiatives in peace building and democratic governance, whilst examining the inner workings of the Siyad dictatorship and its militarism, and the civil wars of Somali past.
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Personal Rule Military Rule and Militarism
Somali Civil Wars
Clan Conflicts The invention of Enmity
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Addis Ababa Ahmed Aidid Arab areas armed opposition army Borama British Somaliland Burao civil society civilian clan conflicts clan-based clan-family clanism clanklatura collapse colonial conference consociational constitution coup cultural Darod decentralized democracy democratic dictatorship Djibouti economic Egal elders elections electoral elite EPLF Eritrea Ethiopia ethnic facilitated faction forces foreign groups Guurti Habar Gedir Hargeisa Hawiye Horn of Africa institutions intervention involved Isaq Italian Kenya Kismayu Lewis Mahdi manipulation Marehan ment military regime militia Mogadishu Mohamed Muslim non-Isaq northern Somalia Ogaden Operation Restore Hope organizations parliamentary party pastoral peace personal rule police President radical reconciliation refugees regional Republic role Samatar Shaykh Sheikh Siyad Barre Siyad regime socialist Somali civil wars Somali language Somali National Movement Somali politics Somali society southern Soviet SSDF struggles subclan territories tion traditional troops Union UNITAF United Nations UNOSOM warlords