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Title: المقومات الطبيعية في الصومال وأثرها على الاستقرار السياسي : 1991-2011م
Authors: محمود علي حسن علي
Keywords: الجغرافيا
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية الآداب
Abstract: This study – natural constituents in Somalia and its impact on political stability- while these constituents are considered as a reason of civil war among the Somali people on one side and Somalia against neighbor countries on the other side and this was as a result of political boundaries which were made by European colony, where these boundaries took away the rights of Somali people and divided Somali tribe into divisions. Also this study analyzed all the factors of natural constituents in Somalia. The study also depended on lots of methods, because the study needed more than one method in order to identify the strength of the country, specially this issue needs all geographic studies in a country in order to show its positive and negative range. Search Results: The study found a number of results, the most important: 1- Importance of the Somali location according to Arab and Islamic world, it’s oversees the southern entrance of red sea and its important in both peace and war. 2- That most of the southern is plain region, while the northern areas dominated the hilly and mountainous system. 3- As a result of Somalia-Ethiopia war in 1977 because of “Ogden” area fall of central government and made Somalia unstable up to 1991 even after that.
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