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Algeria-Morocco tensions pose a threat to regional stability and Europe’s gas supply

Algeria’s announcements that it was severing diplomatic ties with Rabat and won’t renew the GME gas supply agreement puts into question energy flows into Morocco and southern Europe, while posing questions about stability in the region. Even by the standards of decades of antipathy between the Maghreb’s major powers, recent developments should give all parties cause for concern, writes Jon Marks

Issue 445 - 10 September 2021

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Business as usual in Guinea as Doumbouya’s junta settles in

Guinea has world-scale iron ore, bauxite and other mineral resources, as media reports quickly reminded their consumers when news came in on Sunday 5 September that an imposing-looking putschist, Groupement des Forces Spéciales (GPS) commander Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, had seized power in Conakry.

Issue 445 - 09 September 2021



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