Military coup in Sudan

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    If Burhan is the new leader that means they have shifted from the China-Iran axis to the Saudi-Gulf axis.
     
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    Wouldn't the Saudi axis just be the NATO camp since they're client states or do you consider the Saudis as quasi independent from NATO in formulating regional designs?

    Now that the Saudis have Egypt and Sudan influenced where will they try to gain a foothold next?
     
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    NATO doesn't control what SKA does or how they spend their money. They do not rely on welfare, they dole out welfare which is its own form of control. Their foreign policy is to remove the influences of Iran. Bashir was aligned with Iran so getting rid of him was of importance to SKA.

    Anywhere Iran is going is where the Saudis will fight them.
     
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