FOREIGN BRIEF 5 November 2018 by TOM CONNOLLY WHAT’S HAPPENING? Trade and diplomatic exchanges are blossoming across the Horn of Africa after a series...

OCP POLICY CENTER 31 October 2018 by RIDA LYAMMOURI here has been a flurry of activity in the Horn of Africa recently, where decades-old political disputes have suddenly been put to rest. The resulting changes have shattered the status quo in the region, putting the Horn on a new path where state-to-state relations are no longer marked by regional competition and frozen...

THE EAST AFRICA MONITOR 2 October 2018 by AARON BROOKS Things are changing rapidly in the Horn of Africa with the recent peace deal between bitter rivals...

Middle East Eye 19 July 2018 Somalia and its neighbours must focus on achieving internal unification, or any benefits reaped from new investment will be...

AP NEWS 18 July 2018 Djibouti is asking Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to help peacefully resolve a border dispute with Eritrea following the recent...

AFRICA TIMES 6 July 2018 The last week of June saw a close to bidding from five specialist canal-digging companies for a project to establish a 38 mile-long, 200 metre-wide canal between Saudi Arabia and its neighbour. After the Saudis, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain severed diplomatic ties with the emirate last June, the proposed “Salwa Canal” would geographically ostracise...

Emirates 24/7 21 June 2018 Five countries contributed 46.6 percent of Abu Dhabi’s total imports during the first three months of the current year,...

Global Research 30 June 2017 Gulf Cooperation Council isolation of Qatar impacts Djibouti, Eritrea, Somalia, Somaliland, Ethiopia and Sudan By Abayomi...

Mail and Guardian 23 June 2017 When Saudi Arabia and its allies severed diplomatic relations with Qatar earlier this month, the fate of Ras Doumeira is...

tasnimnews.com 14 June 2017   TEHRAN (Tasnim) – UAE Ambassador to the United States Yousef Al Otaiba said that the United States should remove...