Podcast / Africa 30 September 2019 The Horn: Red Sea Rising The Horn of Africa faces myriad crises. Beyond the potentially devastating impact of COVID-19 on politics and the economy, the region is grappling with deeply troubled transitions, cross-border jihadism and remains a playground for great power competition. In this episode, Alan Boswell is joined by Elizabeth Dickinson, Crisis Group's Senior Analyst for the Arabian Peninsula to discuss the risks of Red Sea rivalries and also the opportunities. Share Facebook Twitter Email Linkedin Whatsapp Save Print S1 Episode 1: Red Sea Rising The Horn of Africa, long an arena of great power competition, today sees a new rivalry playing out on its shores. Gulf countries and Turkey are vying for allies, influence and physical presence in the Red Sea corridor. They are injecting resources, but also exporting rivalries in ways that could destabilise fragile politics in the region. Alan Boswell is joined by Elizabeth Dickinson, our Senior Analyst for the Arabian Peninsula and formerly a reporter for publications like Foreign Policy and The Economist. On this week’s episode, they discuss the risks of Red Sea rivalries and also the opportunities. Click here to listen on iTunes or Spotify. For more information, see our report: Intra-Gulf Competition in Africa’s Horn: Lessening the Impact. The Horn podcast series is produced by Maeve Frances. Related Tags Multilateral Diplomacy Horn of Africa Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Turkey More for you Podcast / Africa The Horn Podcast Hold Your Fire!