Volume 05 Issue 3 - MAY-JUN 2022
This article examines the radically different approaches employed by the United Arab Emirates and Turkey in providing aid to Somalia, demonstrating that the two approaches not only reflect greater strategic objectives but are inherently shaped by the domestic political circumstances to which each
Canada’s obligation to its allies and to the Afghan people evolved in several distinct phases. To bureaucrats and governmental apparatchiks, each phase came with its own goals, opportunities, and difficulties and were seen as natural responses to the commensurate threats facing the mission in
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