Morocco rejoins the African Union but the Saharan Arab Democratic Republic stays

Summary: Morocco’s re-admission to the African Union (AU) on Monday 30 January, 33 years since it withdrew in protest at the recognition of the SADR, is the culmination of a major effort to build relationships across the continent. And it’s mainly about outflanking Algeria on the Western Sahara.

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