New UN Security Council resolution on Sahara makes Algiers, Tindouf cringe  

The UN Security Council adopted, this Wednesday in New York, a new resolution on the Sahara that is rather favorable to the Moroccan position, and renews at the same time, the ...

Sahara: Polisario distressed by Brazilian Senate’s support for autonomy plan

The worrying series of setbacks continue for the polisario in Latin America, where the Brazilian Federal Senate has adopted by a large majority a motion of support for the Morocco-proposed ...

UN-Sahara: Persistence of divergence between Americans and French on MINURSO mandate 

On Monday, April 15, the United States handed over to the members of the “Club of Friends of Western Sahara” a copy of the first version of the draft resolution on the Sahara, ...

Sahara: Geneva Second round table on March 21-22 

Horst Köhler, the personal envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Sahara, is expected to gather, on March 21 and 22 in Geneva, the four protagonists of this regional conflict: Morocco, ...

Sahara: Köhler holds on to a “Geneva II” 

As announced before the UN Security Council last January, Horst Köhler, the personal envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Sahara, is preparing a “Geneva II”, on the ...

UN-Sahara: Köhler pleads for direct talks, Rabat demands involvement of Algeria

The UN Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy for the Sahara, Horst Köhler pleaded in his briefing Wednesday to the UN Security Council for the resumption by the end of this year ...

Madrid distances itself from the Polisario

The leaders of the Polisario Front do not hide their disappointment as Spain is increasingly distancing itself from their claims in the Western Sahara conflict. The Polisario’s disarray ...

What do the Polisario’s military maneuvers mean?

The Polisario Front seeks to increase pressure on the UN and the international community, but this time instead of waving the human rights issue it threatens to resort to arms again ...
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