Blood Money: Risks from Gulf Investments in an Unstable Sudan

by Nathan Heath ’20, Senior Research Associate and Political Risk Analyst Four months after the coup ousting long-time President Omar

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A Red Sea Geopolitics Primer

There is the potential for either reward or disaster in the Red Sea, as increasing economic and military competition in its waters raises the possibility of intense economic growth while simultaneously foreshadowing potential conflicts between rival powers. High levels of trade, energy production, and innovation forecast significant economic opportunity in the Red Sea, but this prosperity is threatened by regional rivalries and the ongoing Great Power competition between the U.S. and China.

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