The war against the Houthis has provided new space for Yemen's southern secessionists.
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What will the UAE take away from their intervention in Yemen now that they have decided to draw down?
On July 29, the House Oversight and Reform Committee released a report on the influence wielded by private individuals with connections to President Trump over the administration’s push to transfer U.S. nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia, which it pursued without a bilateral agreement under Section 123 of the Atomic Energy Act. This report builds on the committee’s report of February 19, 2019, and is based on documents the committee obtained from several outside companies.
The special rapporteur calls for sanctions against 15 people, including the crown prince.
The Houthis are a dangerous spoiler. The United States should be talking with them to understand their actions.
The relationship—which includes arms sales, military assistance and training, intelligence sharing, and direct operational support—has been a long-standing source of disagreement between Congress and the White House.
The civil war's central player is also its most misunderstood.
As the United States pulls back from the Middle East, China and the Gulf states are competing for and cooperating on development projects.
Partial Ceasefire Begins in Yemen, Turkey Makes New Push for Gulen Extradition, U.S. Concerned about Potential Offensive in Eastern Syria
Yemen peace talks make progress on key issues, Turkey’s foreign minister says the Trump administration is considering expelling Fethullah Gulen and Turkish troops threaten to push into territory held by U.S.-backed forces.
An end to the Saudi intervention is a good first step to ending suffering in Yemen, but by itself it will not be enough.