Sudan's role in the Iran-Israel conflict made headlines over the past week after a suspected Israeli airstrike on a munitions factory in Khartoum, Sudan was closely followed by a visit from two Iranian warships to Port Sudan.
Katherine Zimmerman, the Gulf of Aden team leader for the American Enterprise Institute's Critical Threats Project, told Trend Lines that Sudan plays a key role in Iran's regional strategy, and the relationship is mutually beneficial. ...
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