Somalicurrent publishes first episode of insightful discussions

By IAfrica
In Somali
Jun 30th, 2014
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A brief debate and analysis focusing recent U.S Foreign Policy towards Somalia was published on this page (Saturday 28th June).

This was the first of regular discussions, entitled “Current Debate” which is set to tackle topical and pressing issues of interest to our readers. The current debate section will seek brief but expert opinions from respected analyst.

By doing so we expect to inform our readers well on a particular topic while at the sometime respecting their busy schedules.

Mohamed Keynan, Somalicurrent opinion editor has welcomed the new program saying it will give an avenue to share thoughtful ideas and opinions with our readers.

Current Debate discussions will enable experts and analysts to enlighten our readers the different and difficult situation that Somalia and Somalis have experienced in recent years and what is head. Like everything else we do at Somalicurrent, we hope to provide as objective opinions as possible so that our readers can make inform decisions,” he said.

In the first episode of the program, we asked three prominent experts, former US ambassador to Ethiopia David Shinne, former Somalia envoy to United States and political analyst Abukar Arman and author and political analyst Mohamud Gaildon to share their thoughts the implications of the recent U.S government plans to restore its diplomatic relations with the federal government of Somalia after more than 23 years of absence.

In few weeks, our next topical issue will occur on the role of the Somali Diaspora in the reconstruction and development of the country. Stay tuned and as always, we thank you, our reader!

For complements, suggestions and contributions, please contact with us at: opinion@somalicurrent.com and also follow us at twitter and like us at Facebook

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