Tag Archives: Somalia

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Somalia Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry It is recommended… Read More »

Mogadishu, Somalia

According to abbreviationfinder, Mogadishu is the capital of Somalia, as well as the Benadir region. It is the largest and most important city in the country. It is located in the southeast of the Somali territory, it stands out at the national level for being the metropolis that houses the largest number of residents. It is… Read More »

Climate Change and Conflict Part I

There is a lot of talk about climate change leading to conflict, but how are these really related? Why do we talk about climate, peace and security in context? Does climate change lead to conflict? How has the agenda developed in recent years? What can Norway do? Climate change and global warming have become visible… Read More »

Climate Change and Conflict Part II

As you can see, the political situation in both South Sudan and Somalia is very vulnerable. And the tensions associated with climate change seem to be able to hinder further development, influence ongoing conflicts and delay peace processes. 4: Climate and conflict in the UN An important question is what the world community can do… Read More »

Somalia Piracy Today Part III

Most cases of piracy are characterized by the former form. It is also the least serious – and the Norwegian ship in most cases has been exposed to. It too can pose more than just a threat of physical violence and thus pose a danger to the crew. But the danger is often greater in… Read More »

Somalia Piracy Today Part II

However, the incidence of piracy or attempted piracy in both the Straits of Malacca and the South China Sea declined markedly by the middle of the decade. From a total of more than half of all cases, in 2007 they accounted for well under a third. Some of this may be due to the tsunami… Read More »

Somalia Piracy Today Part I

The news reports about the many hijackings of ships off the coast of Somalia in the autumn of 2008 have seriously drawn attention to pirates and the danger they pose to ship traffic. Sometimes attacks on several ships were reported in one day. During the last three months of last year, Somali pirates carried out… Read More »