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Welcome to Afro Gulf Relations Website

Our Vision

Our Vision

Supporting Afro Gulf Relations
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Our Mission

Our Mission

Reach out to all segments of African society
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OUR STRATEGY

OUR STRATEGY

Working to develop Afro Gulf relations at all levels
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My Experience In Africa

The Gulf Strategic Constraint in Africa

The Gulf Strategic Constraint in Africa

I have always believed that the GCC countries will not succeed in Africa unless they abandon their own disagreements and work for the future. Despite their partial "economic” prosperity in many Afr...

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In the Presence of an African Personality

In the Presence of an African Personality

After the end of my academic trip to South and West African countries I happened to meet with “really unique” personalities during many events and situations. By “really unique” I mean each and eve...

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A trip to the Senegalese Island of Gorée

A trip to the Senegalese Island of Gorée

The Senegalese island of Gorée is considered the most famous tourist island in Africa. It draws its importance from being geographically shaped like the map of Africa, bearing typical resemblance i...

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Meeting Dr. Mansour Khalid, former Sudanese Foreign Minister

Meeting Dr. Mansour Khalid, former Sudanese Foreign Minister

I had the honor of meeting Dr. Mansour Khalid, founder of Sudanese diplomacy and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs. Although the meeting was devoted for the issue of north and south Sudan, but...

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Accompanying Suliman Moulufini

 Accompanying Suliman Moulufini

Teacher of African languages and guide who accompanied me during my entire residence in West Africa countries. He was and still the best companion and tutor who taught me the basics of African lang...

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My visit to Senegalese town of Tiwawan

My visit to Senegalese town of Tiwawan

My visit to the ancient religious city of Senegal, which was a bastion for resistance against the French colonization in the last century. It’s called “Tiwawan” in Senegal but written “Tivaouane” i...

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Studies & Researches

Mayotte, a Future Heading North

Mayotte, a Future Heading North

"Chests are created as cages; a lot of things enter them while few come out, and cages seldom understand the language of wings”. In those brief words, Bob Denard, commander of military coups in Afr...
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Romadong, the Athens of West Africa

Romadong, the Athens of West Africa

"In order to change the reality, we must understand it. The correct understanding is to survey reality from the most remote past we remember to the furthest conceivable future. In such understandin...
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The Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, What if the Gulf States Opted for Neutrality?

The Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, What if the Gulf States Opted for Neutrality?

The Head of Culture Division at the African Union Commission, Mrs. Angeline Martins, once said to me that the Arabian Gulf people rarely visit us and they always view us as inferior, contrary to wh...
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Somalia: Obstacles and challenges to organizing the first direct elections in half a century

Somalia: Obstacles and challenges to organizing the first direct elections in half a century

Many Somalis are waiting in the year 2021 to be the point of radical change towards security, stability and sustainable development.
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