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Can Somalia Find the Will – and the Way – to Fight Its Own Piracy?
May 10, 2011Posted by on
My most recent “road to Damascus” experience struck me as I waded through knee-high piles of research material in my office – all part of an on-going search for the raison d’etre of Somali Piracy. It was a revelation of sorts as it is one of those questions that only begets more of the same, but it led me down a path we have all, up to this point, tried so hard to avoid:
“Why won’t the outside world fully support legitimate Somalis to fight piracy and terrorism?”
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