WATCH: Can Somalia overcome its historical past of crises?

President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud joins Marc Lamont Hill to debate his nation’s safety and humanitarian challenges.

Is Somalia on the snapping point? For many years, the delicate nation has been tormented by issues on a number of fronts – from battle with al-Shabab to local weather change to meals and water crises – and is caught in what seems to be an infinite cycle of devastation.

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Present President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, who was additionally Somalia’s president from 2012 to 2017, has mentioned he’s dedicated to rebuilding the nation. However what does this imply for a rustic nonetheless burdened by battle and humanitarian points? And with the specter of famine nonetheless looming – can the president result in any sort of stability?

In an UpFront particular, Somalia’s President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud sits down with Marc Lamont Hill to debate the humanitarian and safety challenges going through his nation.

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