Somali’s Foreign Policy Vision after Transitional Government: An Assessment of 2015 Policy

Abdinasir Hassan Nor


In December 2015, Somalia’s political leadership developed a robust foreign policy that advances the needs and interests of the Somali people. The Ministry of foreign affairs and investment promotion has designed a broad foreign policy framework that takes into account the critical elements needed for the development of a successful and productive foreign policy. The current paper will investigate, analyze and synthesize the content of the Somali’s foreign policy and collect data from parliamentarians, Diplomatic members, coup-ambassadors, minister's esp. of foreign affairs, people working with embassies using questionnaire method.

The data was examined using descriptive statistics through SPSS data analysis software and presented in tables and charts through Microsoft Excel with conceptual interpretation.

Keywords: Diplomatic Relations, Foreign policy, Sanctions, Governmental institution.

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