Rakiya Omaar on Traditional vs. Non-Traditional Actors in Somalia

Rakiya Omaar, the Director of the Horizon Institute – Somaliland, discusses the Somali perspective on what new actors such as Turkey and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) bring to the table in Somalia in comparison to traditional actors such as the United States.  

Dr. Alp Özerdem on the Role of Traditional vs New Actors in the Greater Horn of Africa

Dr. Alp Özerdem, Co-Director of the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University, discusses the motivations and activities of traditional actors such as the United States in contrast to newer actors such as Turkey and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states in the Greater Horn of Africa. He specifically elaborates on the…

Video: The Middle East Water-Energy-Food Nexus

On November 16, 2016, the Hollings Center for International Dialogue held a panel entitled, “The Middle East Water-Energy-Food Nexus.” The Middle East is faced with a set of complex interrelated problems related to the water, energy, and food sectors. Understanding the dynamics and linkages between these three sectors is needed to understand potential opportunities, trade-offs,…