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    The History Of Somalia

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    Introduction This paper will analyze the internal problems of Somalia and examine the main causes of Al-Shabaab decline since the 2012 Historical Facts of Somalia - During the Conference Of Berlin 1884 Somalia was separated between Italy, France, and United Kingdom. - In Article 23 of the Paris Peace Treaty, Italy renounced all rights and title to its colony in the Horn of Africa. UN General Assembly on November 21, 1949, placed The Italian Somaliland under an international trusteeship for 10 years

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    The Culture of Somalia

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    In this assessment my main focus will be on Somalia. I will briefly touch on its regional neighbors because its neighbors are detrimental to Somalia. I will highlight the globalization effects of this region and the effects it plays to the United States and its global security. I will show how the forces of globalization have affected Somalia’s interests particularly in the region of security needs and human security crises to include food, water, and environmental insecurity. The Somali Peninsula

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    Colonialism and Imperialism: Somalia

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    Colonization of Somalia began in the mid 19th century, when European nations began scrambling for control of Africa. Many of these attempts by Europeans were met with heavy resistance and even frequent failures, at the hands of the less advanced natives. Italy, Britain and France all attempted to colonize parts of Somalia but did not do so easily. These countries wanted control of Somalia, hopping she could provide use or wealth for their nation; England wanted to uses Somalia as to help export

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    Piracy in Somalia

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    Somali pirates are a growing sub-culture with which Somalia, the United States and the majority of world powers must contend. Piracy off the coast of Somalia within the Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa Area of Responsibility adversely influences the region, is of global importance and continues to have a negative effect on U.S. interests. “Fighting piracy is a vital element of the United States' strategic objectives in Somalia, which are to help this stressed nation to regain stability

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    STL 754 – fragility analysis of Somalia and state creation Introduction The state of Somalia has a very unique position and history as a modern state on the African continent. Somalia has experienced various scenarios that have had a large impact on its situation, such as civil war, state fragility and eventually state failure. As a state that has suffered various challenges and problems with regards to its stability and development, it has been able to re-establish itself and again introduce itself

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    of child labor would ever get this out of control. In Somalia, in 2011, the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia made small advancement in their effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labor. The Chief Defense Forces made an order in 2011 that prohibits the recruitment and use of child soldiers, and this was distributed to the armed forces. In addition, the TFG came together with the UN and the African Union Mission in Somalia to produce procedures to screen recruits of the Somali

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    The Importance of Stability in Somalia

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    The country of Somalia has a long and jaded history of instability dating all the way back to the mid 1800’s. There has never, in the existence of the country, been any viable form of government. There are many reasons for the United States to have a vested interest in this area of the world. Somalia has been and is currently known to be a hot bed for such terrorist organizations as Al-Shabaab and Al- Qaeda. Also, with the recent discovery of oil reserves in Somalia, stability in the region is of

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    The History and Geography of Somalia

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    Somalia once rested in the middle of major trade routes keeping the area filled with world travelers and goods. Once foreign governments took control, stability started toward a downhill slide that would eventually lead the country into ruin. In recent history, terrorists tended to be attracted to countries with political problems, weak governments, or a vacuum of power and no security forces. Somalia is no different, for 25 years the country dove into civil war and anarchy with no officially

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    Somalia Police Force

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    Previous to the Somalia civil war the Somalia National Police had 15,000 officers and a well- deserved reputation for professionalism, fairness, and clan neutrality. The SNP fell to the scope of Somalia’s martial factions and increasing violence in Mogadishu. Even with a Defense Department contribution of 353 vehicles, 5,000 M-16 rifles, 5,000 pistols, uniforms, equipment, and U.S. money for police salaries. The Current struggle to establish, properly train and equip a federal police force in

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    Since 1960, the United States of America has had a diplomatic relationship with Somalia. This relationship has allowed the United States (U.S.) to create and maintain a strong influence on Somalia’s governing regime. Following war with Ethiopia that yielded in 1978, Somalia began turning toward the U.S. for international support, military equipment, and economic aid. Civil war throughout most of the 1980s concluded with the collapse of Somalia's government in 1991. From the fabrication of the

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