by Farah M. Omer
Modern Somali theatre rose to prominence in the 1960s, the period following the independence and the subsequent unification of Somaliland and Somalia. By the 1970s, there were multiple shows a night in any given city and the average Somali adult was considered a regular theatre goer regardless of socioeconomic status.
Andrew Bacevich takes to the NYT op ed page to charge that authorities overlooked the lessons of Black Hawk Down in 1993
by Andrew J. Bacevich
"The disaster in Somalia offered America a glimpse of the future of warfare. No one listened.”
by Jeremy Kuzmarov
Neither the United States nor the United Nations had clean hands in Somalia.
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