Society, Security, Sovereignty and the State in Somalia: From Statelessness to Statelessness?
International Books, 2001 - 312 pages
An analysis of internal dynamics of the Somali conflict and the relation between state and society, taking society and not the state as main reference point. Includes a discussion of UN / UNHCRs involvement in assistance to refugees in the special Somali situation of statelessness.
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The pastoral clans are not directly attached to land . Economic security is
reflected in the strength , the number and composition of the herd . Security can
be threatened if access to grazing lands is restricted . However , in the original ,
Instead , institutions such as the district agricultural officer , the district police , the
regional ministry of agriculture and finally the national ministry of agriculture in
Mogadishu took over formal control of land use ( De Waal , 1994 ) . The new law
The land was taken mostly from a string of Bantu villages , with 450 hectares
taken from a Somalfruit plantation . The Central Bank of Kuwait paid the
compensation , but while several large Harte landowners and Somalfruit were
able to benefit ...
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Examines the history of Somalia from pre-colonial times to the present. Through the author's analysis of statehood and society, she provides a foundation for examining the Somali conflict and the ... Read full review
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