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World Bulletin 29 December 2015 For the last 16 years the state is utilised as an instrument to enrich and nourish the elite of the country Ali Farah – Turkey On 21st December this year 50 people are killed by the security forces of Djibouti, while more than 150 people wounded still missing. This...

Boston Herald 23 December 2015 Peter Brookes Once again this year, one of the most under-reported stories has been China’s unprecedented, ongoing...

Project Syndicate 18 December 2015 HO CHI MINH CITY – Since late 2013, China has been engaged in the frenzied creation of artificial islands and the...

ejinsight 1 December 2015 A Chinese family among 500 evacuees from war-torn Yemen arrive in Djibouti aboard a Chinese naval vessel in March. Frank...

Foreign Policy Journal 14 October 2015 By Richard Zuber The best thing Obama could do for Djibouti would be to stop meddling in its affairs. President...

OEN 9 October 2015 By James Lessons Guelleh at 70th UN GA The United States has a well-worn track record of staying strategically silent about certain...

Eurasia Review 1 October 2015   Djibouti’s Ismaïl Omar Guelleh. Photo by Robert D. Ward, US Government, Wikipedia Commons.   Fate Of...

African Arguments 28 September 2015 By Malik Ibrahim Ismail Omar Guelleh will be the first African president to appear as a witness in a UK corruption...

Red State 15 September 2015 China is increasingly undermining US strategic interests in Djibouti as the Obama administration stands aside. By: Malcolm...

American Thinker 21 July 2015 By Robert Caskey Few moves taken by the Obama administration have been more consequential and less explored than his disastrous...