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EAST AFRICA The Indian Ocean Newsletter Issue 1432 dated 29/07/2016

The war in Yemen has resulted in a recomposition of Arab-African alliances

Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE), who are allies of circumstance in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), are moving into East Africa so as to combat the Houthi rebels in Yemen more effectively. Behind their shared wish to control the Red Sea, however, both are courting countries in the region in the service of their own interests.
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