Episode Number
61
Nile Dam talks may be ‘in a lot of trouble,’ says Samuel Ramani
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Nile Dam talks may be ‘in a lot of trouble,’ says Samuel Ramani
00:00 / 27:08
Samuel Ramani, a tutor at the University of Oxford and expert on Russia and Africa, explains why international mediation on the Nile Dam talks may continue to flounder; why the UAE has been an "exceptional actor" in the GERD negotiations; the linkages between the Persian Gulf and Red Sea security; the relative interests and influence of the US, Russia and China in Africa; and more.
Links:
-Saudi-Ethiopian relations strained by Nile dam dispute - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East
-How water has become a flashpoint in the Middle East - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East
-UAE offers to mediate Nile dam dispute in name of Red Sea security - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East
-What UAE’s growing presence in Somaliland means for its Horn of Africa strategy - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East
 
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