Monday, 2nd August, 2021

Global Affairs Department

The Department of Global Affairs at b’huth looks at major strategic shifts at the international level and the most prominent issues that represent top priorities in international cooperation, global security, international economic and political alliances and blocs.

The department also provides analyses and expectations about strategic shifts at the international level and their expected impact on the state's local policies and regional relations.

Sudan’s Role within the Red Sea bordering countries

The security of the Red Sea is one of the most important direct security centres for the national security of Sudan. The Red Sea is the conduit between Sudan and the outside world, through the open seas in the Indian and Atlantic Oceans and across the Mediterranean and the Suez Canal, which places particular importance on the security of Sudan and the Arab countries bordering the Red Sea. The disruption of navigation in the Red Sea, for example, means that all world trade between Sudan and the outside world has stopped. The strategic and pivotal importance of the Red Sea is one of the most important issues of not only Sudan’s national security, but also Arab national security as a whole.