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Raxanreeb 29 April 2015 By Mohamed Awaleh Is it ironic, few months ago, President of the Republic of Djibouti, Mr. Ismail Omar Guelleh was laying the ground for two international Airports; even though his country does not even own or operate an airline company – for over 15 years now – who supposed to...

27 April 2015   Internationally-renowned think tank the Hudson Institute has been having a look at China’s role in Djibouti – likening it to similar...

20 April 2015 Djibouti’s choice of strategic partners has repeatedly been called into question, having recently signed a security and defence agreement with China, and Russia looking to open its own military base on Djiboutian soil.   Of all of these, however, it is Djibouti’s relationship with Iran that causes the most concern. The Iranian Parliamentary Speaker,...

16 April 2015   As the conflict worsens in Yemen, with Houthi fighters last week seizing the country’s main port in Aden, the dangers facing Dijbouti...

24 March 2015 Mr Justice Flaux today found Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner Peter Gray to have deliberately misled the High Court during the 2013 case...

23 March 2015 A recent interview with a prominent Djiboutian politician seems to be rather contradictory. Ilyas Dawaleh, the Finance Minister, was recently...

It was this morning announced that the diplomatic services in Djibouti have been closed to the public, in order so that the US Embassy can ‘review its...

affairesinternationales.fr 6 March 2015 (Translated)   The links between Djibouti and France are the least distended past ten years, despite a late...

Opinion 25 February 2015 The rising threat of terrorism in Africa is undeniable. Al-Shabaab’s continuing presence in Somalia is a grave concern to both...

On the 18th February 2011 thousands of protesters called for President Guelleh to step down from the presidency he has held since 1999. Protesters were...