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Somaliland’s success story will come under growing regional pressure in 2013, partly because of developments in neighbouring Somalia. The key issue for Somaliland remains diplomatic recognition as a nation state. That seems as far away as ever despite the territory’s success both in generally maintaining peace and security within its self-declared territorial borders and in raising revenue. Yet it has been largely shunned by the international aid organisations and the major powers involved in Somalia.

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Somalia, United Arab Emirates, Britain, Ahmed Mohamed Silanyo, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Fowziya Yusuf Haji Adan, Sheikh Mohamed Said, Atom, Abdirahman Mohamud Farole, Haraka al Shabaab al Mujideen, Al Shabaab