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Governance

BRIEFING PAPER

6th January 2020

This paper explained the diverse local organisational networks behind Sudan’s revolution and the attempts by the emerging political elites to co-opt n...

BLOG

Boundary Disputes 

Harith Hasan

26th September 2019

As its authority has weakened, the Iraqi central government’s control over its borders has also eroded.

BLOG

Much More Than a Border 

Kheder Khaddour

2nd September 2019

Albukamal and Qaim lie on a Syrian-Iraqi boundary that has had regional implications for decades.

BRIEFING PAPER

1st September 2019

The impacts of South Sudan’s cross-border agreement with Khartoum.

BLOG

27th June 2019

The United Arab Emirates is reducing its forces in Yemen, but remains the most powerful actor in the south.

INTERVIEW

Self-Propelled Conflict

Michael Young

11th June 2019

Carnegie’s Ahmed Nagi discusses his recent trip to Yemen and shares his impressions of the Houthis’ expansion.

BLOG

9th April 2019

The G5 Sahel Joint Force shows that improvised security initiatives are becoming more common in Africa.

BLOG

22nd March 2019

The Yemen war has opened a subtle but acute season of popular discontent and regional rivalry in Mahra, stuck in a three-players game among Saudis, E...

BLOG

19th October 2018

In Mahrah Governorate, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are working to curtail Omani influence.

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