The fight over U.S. involvement in Yemen is shifting to new legal terrain: the president’s authority to engage in arms sales.
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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.
In a challenge to U.S. use of a military base in Germany to conduct drone strikes, a German court found the government responsible for ensuring that U.S. operations conducted from German territory comport with international law.
A recent joint resolution passed in the House may signal a renewal of the heated congressional debate on Yemen.
The ceasefire agreement is a rare piece of good news about Yemen, but it only addresses one of Yemen's several conflicts.
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.
By adopting two resolutions that oppose the Trump administration’s policies towards Saudi Arabia and Yemen, the Senate may have tipped the scales towards a change in policy.
An end to the Saudi intervention is a good first step to ending suffering in Yemen, but by itself it will not be enough.