June 20, 2012: Wadahadalada DKMG & ‘Somaliland’
April 12, 2012: The Impending Talks Between ‘Somaliland’ and The TFG . Press Release
February 2, 2012 : Statement by NSPU in Response to Abdirahman Mohamed Haji. NSPU Response to Abdirahman Mohamed Haji.
November 27, 2011: NSPU Welcomes The Birth of Somalia’s Awdal State. Press Release
January 19, 2008 "SOMALILAND": END OF THE ROAD TOSECESSION. Press Release
African Union Shuts the Door of Recognition to “Somaliland”
July 10, 2006: WHITHER ‘SOMALILAND’ AFTER THE FIASCO IN BANJUL. Press Release
September 8-10, 2006:We, the Unionists of Northern Somalia (UNS) and the Northern Somalis for Peace and Unity (NSPU), wish to convey and share with the US Government, with the foreign participants in this week’s “Somaliland” convention in Virginia, and with the international community at large that the existence of the self-styled secessionists’ enclave of “Somaliland” is based on a number of fallacies and fabrications, including:
December 1-2, 2006: NSPU Conference on Peace and Somali Unity Held in Washington DC, USA, at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS)
NSPU Conference Photo
Feb 06, 2012 : Who are the fakers NSPU or the Peddlers of an Expired Product (British
Somaliland)?. By Said A. Saryan
As an independent Analyst who closely follows Somalia’s current affairs I was taken aback somewhat to read in WardheerNews.com, by a Abdirahman Mohamed Haji, in which he accuses (NSPU), a respectable renowned pro-Unity Civic Society advocacy organization, of ‘faking documents’.
November 30, 2011: All Doors are slammed on “Somaliland’s” Secessionist Faces. By Mohamed F. Yabarag
Twenty long years have elapsed since the one-clan secessionist state called “Somaliland” was declared unilaterally in Burao in 1991 under the blazing guns of the then victorious SNM fighters, following the collapse of the Somali state led by the late Mohamed Siyad Barre.
October 24, 2011: The Other Horn of Africa: A Rejoinder
By Ali A. Fatah
Beyond the manmade and the natural disasters, and the chronic instability brought about by statelessness, there is a worrisome, pervasive moral degeneration among a number of high profile politicians in the Somali peninsula.
May 13, 2011: Somaliland: Africa’s Potemkin Village!
By Ali A. Fatah
Somaliland is Africa’s Potemkin village. This rebel territory is marked by knotty conflict between the story bound images projected by its secession-minded elite (along with a couple of boosters from abroad) and the oppressive reality that exists on the ground. Somaliland: Africa’s Potemkin Village
November 11, 2010: The Mission of Revisionists of Somali History: Intellectual Righteousness or Retributive Justice?
By Muktar M. Omer
As I write, there is a sizeable debate regarding Somali History. It is multifaceted and it touches broad disciplines and areas. In the last couple of years, Somali scholars who reject some core historical narratives of the written Somali history have emerged. These scholars have now become to be known as revisionists of Somali history,
although in truth, and on the basis of the radical nature of some of their conclusions, some of them would definitely qualify more as abolitionists of history than revisionists.
Nov 13, 2009:The Destruction of Somalia and the Question of Regionalism. By Faisal A. Roble
January 18, 2008: Somalia's Last Foreign Minister Warns Somaliland on Secession. By Noakes, Greg
Ahmed Mohamed Adan (Qaybe), a career Somali diplomat and politician and the last Minister of Foreign Affairs of Barre's government, warns Somaliland on Secession.
June 09, 2007: Faysal Waraabe's descent into moral BarbarismBy Ahmed A. Hassan
Something curious has happened in the Somali peninsula since the civil war. Most Somalis have become too accustomed to hatred. It has become a force that has displaced the values and culture of the Somali people and is spread by non other than the nation’s so called politicians and opinion makers.
April 28, 2006: Unity and Secession in Somali Political and Traditional Contexts. By: Liban Ahmed
Somali unity once was a reality; it has been reduced to an ideal that is as elusive as the secession attempts. That people who speak the same language and profess the same creed find it difficult to think through state collapse politically rather than traditionally is not an enigma.
April 17, 2006: "SOMALILAND":Haunted by its Founding Mythology? A Response to Professor Jhazbhay’s Article
By: Abdalla A. Hirad
“Somaliland voluntarily joined Somalia after receiving its independence in 1960. In 1991, after a tragic union with Somalia, Somaliland opted to return to its original British Protectorate boundaries”. "SOMALILAND":Haunted by its Founding Mythology
February 23, 2006: WHY IS SOMALILAND NOT RECOGNIZED? By Hassan Haji Mohamed
This has reference to Mr. Mohamed A. Omar's latest article, entitled " Somaliland's Disheartening Foreign Policy Needs an Overhaul", which is presently posted on some Somali websites.
January 29, 2005: “ Somaliland ”: The Nostalgia of a Former British Colonial Officer A Critique On I. M. Lewis': “Academic View of Somaliland 's Recognition” .By Abdalla A. Hirad
Surfing the web on Saturday, January 22, 2005 , I came across an article by Professor I. M. Lewis, an anthropologist and a former British Colonial Officer, who has, over the years, written expansively about the culture and social structure of the Somali people. I encountered the article, entitled “ Academic View of Somaliland's Recognition ”, in Midnimo Information Center.
Illusory Somaliland Setting the record Straight
Somalia never had a secessionist movement throughout the thirty year period prior to the downfall of the dictatorial regime of Siad Barre in 1991. There were movements fighting that regime but none of them – not even the Somali National Movement (SNM) – was secessionist.
International Court of Justice-Status of Somaliland
This memorial on the issue of status of Somaliland is submitted to the Court on the basis of articles 65 and 66 of Chapter IV of the Statute of the International Court of Justice.
Challenges to Somaliland’s Unilateral Secession
Beginning with the failed Somali republic, coupled with the unilateral declaration of secession
By the Somali National Movement (SNM) on May 18, 1991, separatism in the north has taken new heights. Challenges to Somaliland’s Secession
The Consequences of Somaliland’s Recognition
This paper is prepared by a group of unionists hailing from the NW region of Somalia (former British Somaliland). It is a critique of a discussion paper, titled "AFRICAN Game Changer? The Consequences of Somaliland's International (Non) Recognition"
The Mad Mullah Hero of Somali nationalism
Somalia is one of the latest African States to achieve independence. For just over twenty years the nomadic Somalis had an inspired leader, who defied and eluded the forces of the British, Italians and Ethiopian authorities
The Parching Winds of Somalia
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