Thursday, December 12, 2002

Salvaging Somalia’s Chance For Peace
After more than a decade as the only country in the world totally devoid of a functioning central government and no less than twenty unsuccessful national-level peace initiatives since 1991, the Eldoret Declaration has raised hopes that resolution of the Somali crisis may now be within reach.
the process, however, still faces considerable difficulties. A combination of mismanagement, regional rivalry, insufficient outside political support and financial constraints have brought the talks to the verge of collapse. Could it be salvaged?
Read the full report by International Crisis Group (ICG).

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