An end to their interventions would leave both of them, and Yemen, better off.
Latest in Yemen
The war in Yemen currently threatening the port at Hodeidah is often dated to the Saudi intervention in March 2015, but the reality is more complicated.
The advance on Yemen’s lifeline port suggests a grueling fight ahead, the United States withdraws from the U.N. Human Rights Council after years of criticism, and Turkey braces for a decisive election.
Emirati-backed forces in Yemen are advancing on Hodeidah, the Gulf states reopen aid flows to Jordan after protests, and Iraq’s election has become a political crisis.
The alliances in Yemen’s civil war shift again, Assad is pushes his luck in southwest Syria, and France presses Libya’s factions to hold elections.
Macron and Merkel make the pitch for preserving the Iran deal, Erdogan calls snap elections, and a Houthi political leader is killed by a Saudi airstrike.
The Senate has voted down a joint resolution that sought to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen. But that doesn’t mean that the joint resolution didn’t serve its intended purpose.
The U.S. presses for a new ceasefire in Syria, and Mohammed bin Salman embarks on a grand tour.
Mohammad bin Salman could be preparing for a new offensive to break the deadlock in Yemen.