Since the fall of the government in Somalia in 1991, Somalia's situation has been going down hill ever since. With different factions fighting daily in Somalia, its a no brainer that civilians and non-combatants are caught in the cross-fire. After the withdrawal of peacekeeping forces (Mostly of which were American) in 1995, Somalia has in fact become a rogue state, with different territories owned by different factions fighting against each other for the past 15 or so years. Today's Somalia is mostly owned by the al-Shabaab, a terrorist organisation affiliated with al-Qaeda, who owns all most all the south and the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu. Now here's for my personal opinion... Since Somalia has been an utter shit hole for the past years and countless non-combatants have been dying in Somalia (500,00+ up to date) and also because there's a huge terrorist organisation hanging out in the south, I believe it is the countries that are part of the UN to intervene again in Somalia to protect the civilians and eliminate the al-Shabaab. It is the world's responsibility to protect civilian lives not only in their own country but also in countries where the civilians are at risk of being killed. There have been countless human rights infringements by the al-Shabaab and without intervention by a super power, people will continue to be opressed. I'd love to hear other people's opinions on this topic as well to further expand my opinion.