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Rebuilding Somaliland: Issues and Possibilities Paperback – 1 Jun 2005

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Little to "smart" at times but really informative and unbiased about Somalilands affairs 22 Aug 2006
By Atli T. F. Gudlaugsson - Published on Amazon.com
This is the first book I buy about Somaliland, and I bought it after I had found a chapter from it on google, the chapter explained in detail the role of the media in the political and economical reconstruction of Somaliland. I am going to spend two years in Somaliland and therefor this book has been extremely valuable source of knowledge. I do how ever advice that you have Wikipedia in hand to look up any words or phrases that you might not fully understand, doing this while reading the book will help tremendously.

Rebuilding Somaliland is in deep coverage of Africa's best kept secret, after reading it I be live that it's authors have made their best effort to make it truthful and unbiased. If you are seriously interested in Somaliland and its affairs I would strongly advice you to buy it. The book is not so light to read and is at times little to "smart" to be interesting or fun, but the book is not intended to be fun, it is supposed to be educating and informative and there it hits the mark.
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