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Title: Appropriate "governance-technology"? : Somali clan elders and institutions in the making of the "Republic of Somaliland"
Authors: Renders, Marleen
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Politics/History
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Siyaasad/Taariikh
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::POLITICA/STORIA
Keywords: tradition
law
economic development
international relations
political economy
national state
declaration of independence
dhaqan
xeer
horumar dhaqaaleed
xiriir caalami
siyaasad dhaqaale
Qaran
caddayn madaxbannaani
tradizione
legge
sviluppo economico
relazioni internazionali
economia politica
stato nazionale
dichiarazione di indipendenza
Issue Date: 2007
Type: article
Journal: Afrika Spectrum
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro Studi Somali (http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php)
Pages: 439-459
Abstract: Can informal ‘traditional’ institutions help to build more legitimate, accountable and efficient states and governance? This article aims to contribute to that emerging discussion by unraveling the story of ‘Somaliland’, a self-declared independent republic which seceded from civil warridden Somalia in 1991. Somaliland started out as a clan-based politico-institutional arrangement, with an important role for ‘traditional’ clan leaders, albeit in a ‘modern’ framework: a ‘state’. The article examines the dynamic between the ‘modern’ and ‘traditional’ components and the evolution it underwent from Somaliland’s declaration of independence in 1991 to 2007.
Maqaalkaani wuxuu ka hadlayaa taariikhda gooni isutaagga Somaliland, oo dadkeeda ay samaysteen dawlad ku salaysan nidaamka caalamiga iyo midka hiddaha iyo dhaqanka oo lays qabadsiiyey, horumar la taaban karana ay muujiyeen.
Possono le istituzioni "tradizionali" informali aiutare a costruire stati e governi più efficienti, legittimi e responsabili? Questo articolo mira a contribuire a questa discussione emergente, svelando la storia del "Somaliland", una repubblica autodichiaratasi indipendente separandosi da una Somalia oppressa dalla guerra nel 1991. Il Somaliland inziò un arrangiamento politico-istituzionale basato sui clan, ma nel quadro di uno stato moderno: l'articolo esamina le dinamiche tra le componenti "moderne" e quelle "tradizionali" e l'evoluzione seguita alla dichiarazione di indipendenza del Somaliland dal 1991 al 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/3765
Rights: http://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/36190
ISSN: 0002-0397
Language: en
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