Why Somalia is a failed State

17th March 2019 | Reading Time: 1 minute   5 Views
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Somalia is considered the archetypal example of failed state. Socially and politically fragmented, with a shattered economy and torn by war between various armed groups, it exists as a unitary state only in juridical fiction. But why is Somalia in such derailed conditions, and what are the broader geopolitical consequences?

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