Yemen & Red Sea

How War in Ethiopia Impacts Red Sea and Horn of Africa Power Politics The Battle in Tigray and Beyond

Ethiopia is a key prize in the scramble for influence and power in the Horn of Africa and broader Red Sea region. With its...

CONSTRUCTIONAECOM to build The Red Sea Project airport

Work is set to begin from next month, following the completion of essential groundwork, AECOM notes Global infrastructure firm AECOM has announced that it has...

Is Yemen on the Brink of Collapse?

Ardi Imseis, a member of the United Nations group of eminent experts on Yemen; and journalist Shannon Gormley discuss the origins, geopolitics, and humanitarian toll...

Airlift of hope – Hundreds freed on day 2 of Yemen prisoner swap

More than 350 prisoners expected to be exchanged between internationally-recognised gov’t and Houthi rebels.   Planes carrying prisoners to be exchanged by Yemen’s warring parties took...

Yemen’s Riyadh Agreement: An overview

After months of tension that often resulted in armed conflict, Yemen's southern separatists have announced they will abandon...

Remembering the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire

What: The dissolution and division of the Ottoman Empire and its former territories through the Treaty of Lausanne, leading to the establishment of the modern...

Is Middle Eastern Rivalry Good for Africa?

In mid-June the pro-government Turkish daily Yeni Safak ran an article accusing the United Arab Emirates of “swimming in dangerous...

The politics of ports in the Horn: War, peace and Red Sea rivalries

How national, regional and international competition over ports is shaping political alliances and enmities across the Red Sea zone.

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