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The Somali people desperately need miracles, as they hope for peace and an accountable government in their land.
Past conferences were never followed up by sustained, sufficient and systematic material and moral support.
Moves by the United Nations to cow the Somali democratic movement are unjust and won't succeed, says the author
The organisation may destroy the country's political autonomy if there is no immediate pro-Somali intervention.
The upcoming summit may put the country on the road to peace, stability and democracy.
Drought does not necessarily lead to famine: The catastrophe in Somalia was man-made.
Foreign intervention in Somalia is damaging, according to the country's emerging civic moderates.
There are four types of pirates with different aims: political, resource, defensive and those who just want loot.
The blame for Somalia's devastating famine should not be levelled at the weather, but at geopolitics and armed militia.
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