In 1991, Somaliland proclaimed its independence, but no country recognized it. Despite this, the nation that is not a nation has enjoyed relative peace and stability over the last three decades.
This 25-minute documentary was directed by Eric Bergeron and Michael Unger who is also the author of this documentary.
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Somaliland, the Country That Does Not Exist | ARTE Reportage
In 1991 with the fall of the dictator Siyad Barré, the North-West of Somalia proclaimed its independence and became Somaliland. But the country is unrecognized by the international community. Despite this, the nation-that-is-not-a-nation has enjoyed relative peace and stability over the last three decades.
|Director:||Michael Unger et Eric Bergeron|
|Available:||From 11/10/2021 to 29/09/2051|
|Genre:||Documentaries and Reportage|
|Broadcaster:||ARTE TV, The European culture channel|
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- The UNIQUE Case For The International Recognition Of Somaliland
- The World Can Learn From How Somaliland Overcame Militias
- Somaliland: The Little Country That Could By David Shinn
- Somaliland Is A Beacon Of Democracy In An Unstable Region
- Masuuliyiinta Xidh-Xidhan Iyo Dareemada Dhagarta Xambaarsan Ee Laga Soo Werinayo Dhinaca Madaxtooyada
- Somaliland Declaration On The Origin Of African Borders