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By SHUAIB ALMOSAWA and ROD NORDLANDJAN
The American-backed government of Yemen abruptly collapsed Thursday night, leaving the country leaderless as it is convulsed by an increasingly powerful force of pro-Iran rebels and a resurgent Qaeda.
The resignation of the president, prime minister and cabinet took American officials by surprise and heightened the risks that Yemen, the Arab world’s poo ...

By James Fergusson
The ancient city of Sana’a is one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities on the planet. Its astounding street markets, almost unchanged since the time of the Prophet, used to attract hordes of Western tourists. Not any more. The risk of kidnap has become too great; the British Embassy advises its nationals to leave the country if possible, and if not, to keep any move ...

Houthi militants expanded their control of Yemen’s capital on Monday, launching an assault that threatens president Abdrabu Mansur Hadi’s hold on power.
The fighting, described by one official as “a step toward a coup”, raged around the presidential palace before a ceasefire agreement was reached late in the day.
The violence is the worst seen in Yemen’s capital since ...

By Richard Spencer
While the West was transfixed by jihadi beheadings of hostages in Syria last autumn, another history-shaking episode in the breakdown of the Arab world was playing out 1,500 miles away.
Western leaders hardly seemed to notice. But a once obscure Shia Muslim rebel movement known as the Houthis swept from the north into Yemen’s picture-postcard capital Sana’a, barging ...

World Bulletin
The strain has been created due to the recent abandonment of the Hanish Islands by Yemeni forces as the Houthis continue to consolidate their advance after they took over Yemen's Hodeida port
As of late, there has been a fresh strain of relations between Iran on one side and the U.S. and NATO on the other. But it is Iran's increasing influence on the Bab el Mandeb striate – no ...

DW
One of the terrorists behind the Paris killings trained with al Qaeda in Yemen. The country on the Arabian Peninsula is a safe haven for the group, and its local offshoot is considered to be particularly dangerous.
Al Qaeda supporters hold a sign saying 'no God besides Allah'
The terrorist attack in Paris was an act of revenge to "restore the honor" of the Prophet Muhammed, accordi ...

Strategy Page
Neighboring countries fear that the Shia rebels plan to completely take over the government and then call on Iran to help protect the Shia government from internal enemies (the Sunni majority) and hostile Sunni neighbors (particularly Saudi Arabia and the other wealthy Gulf oil states). This is rather far-fetched, although Iranian ships and aircraft can reach Yemen by taking the long ...

by MERIP Editors
Midway through Barack Obama’s second term as president, there are two Establishment-approved metanarratives about his foreign policy. One, emanating mainly from the right, but resonating with several liberal internationalists, holds that Obama is unequal to the task of running an empire. The president, pundits repeat, is a “reluctant warrior” who declines to inte ...

The Obama administration insists that international humanitarian law (IHL) is the applicable law because it claims the US is involved in an armed conflict.
On November 24, two weeks before the Senate Intelligence Committee released its “torture report,” Reprieve, a UK-based human rights NGO, published the results of its latest investigation into US President Obama’s drone strike ...

The Salon
It was December 6, 2019, three years into a sagging Clinton presidency and a bitterly divided Congress. That day, the 500-page executive summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s long fought-over, much-delayed, heavily redacted report on the secret CIA drone wars and other American air campaigns in the 18-year-long war on terror was finally released. That day, committee chairm ...

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