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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 foreign policy. While ObamaCare, immigration reform, and his now famous ‘rule-by-decree’ have long been under media’s scrutiny, a patchwork of...

Somaliland Press 14 July 2015 Djibouti is an impoverished, Muslim country, in the volatile Horn of Africa region, with fewer than one million inhabitants,...

Zimbabwe Independent 12 June 2015 AFRICAN leaders will on Sunday gather in Johannesburg, South Africa, for their biannual summit to grapple with an array...

Eurasia Review 4 June 2015 By Abukar Arman Recently, two major developments in Somalia and Djibouti have attracted international media attention....

Khaleeg Times 17 May 2015                         China’s quest for military expansion...

Daily Maverick 13 May 2015 By Simon Allison You might think Africa has enough conflicts of its own to deal with, without having to worry about those...

Djibouti is playing a crucial role in the humanitarian crisis facing the displaced people of Yemen. It is a credit to the country and its people and they...

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...

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,...