After twenty years absent an effective central government, Somalia is on the brink of success. Still, the specter of separatism and clan politics looms, threatening to unravel these hard fought successes.
Nanako Tamaru is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree at The Fletcher School as well as a Juris Doctor at the Boston University School of Law. Since 2011, Nanako has worked for a peace-building and governance organization, with a specific focus on the transition in Somalia.
Fletcher Forum articles by Nanako Tamaru: