Hope restored in Somalia?

Stevenson, Jonathan
June 1993
Foreign Policy;Summer93, Issue 91, p138
Academic Journal
Reports that most of the 25,000 American troops sent to rescue Somalia have returned home, but Somalia's troubles are far from over. People in Somalia who still need food assistance; Weapons that remain in the hands of bandits; American insensitivity to cultural differences; Clan-based political culture--the most challenging aspect of the Somali crisis; Algerian diplomat Mohammed Sahnoun; Future.


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