by Ryan Goodman
On a recent Wednesday night in June, Saudi Arabia’s embassy emailed members of the U.S. Congress providing them something between a false and misleading account of an air stri
The Gulf nation’s ground troops have cultivated alliances in Yemen with local armed groups, but its ability to shape the civil war’s outcome is limited.
The three-and-a-half-year-long w
THE CHANGES THAT three years of war have wrought on Sanaa are subtle and, at first, easily overlooked. The northern Yemeni city isn’t destroyed, but rubble from airstrikes remains in certain n
The assault by the United Arab Emirates’ forces and their local allies in a Saudi-led coalition on the Yemeni port city of Hudaydah that began last week and remains underway rightly raised con
It’s been called the forgotten war — and with good reason.
The war in Syria gets clicks and shares, and the fight to defeat Islamic State is never far from the headlines. But Yemen, a t
When a civil war in Yemen erupted more than three years ago, it fractured what was already the poorest Arab nation and eventually plunged it into the planet’s worst humanitarian disaster.
Despite calls to stop the assault on Hodeidah, both the Emiratis and the Houthi rebels are digging in.
The assault on Al Hodeidah was a long time coming. The Emirati-led attack, which began at midn
A Gulf-led coalition is preparing to assault a key Yemeni port, risking a fresh humanitarian crisis.
ith all eyes turned toward the summit in Singapore between U.S. President Donald Trump and North
Riyadh's 'Saudisation' policy has kicked out thousands of Yemeni expats, who return home to a country with only one growth sector - war
TAIZ, Yemen - Haitham left Taiz five years ago for Saudi Arab
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A government probe committee on Thursday exhumed unidentified bodies of five persons
The notion that the SLC Group’s psychological research played a role in plotting out Saudi Arabia’s reform efforts could fuel renewed debate about the intentions of the kingdom’s c
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By Sami Al-Kaf
ADEN (Debriefer)--No one in Yemen knows when the war which has
Leading Emirati rights activist Ahmed Mansoor has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined 1 million dirhams, or about $272,000, for criticizing the government in social media posts, local new
by Gregory D. Johnsen
Yesterday, the Treasury Department levied sanctions against five Iranian officials for smuggling ballistic missiles to Yemen, which violated a UN Security Coun
Two and a half years after the last major fighting in the southern port city of Aden, officially Yemen’s “temporary capital”, our Arabian Peninsula Project Director April Longley A
Hodeida and al-Salif will process substantially more food imports after the Houthis are evicted, so the United States should back some form of demil
Yemeni forces were handed the air and sea ports of the Socotra archipelago by UAE troops after Saudi Arabia sponsored a deal ending the tensions between the internationally recognized of Yem
The southern transitional council is continuing to control large parts of Yemen's temporary capital Aden amidst the absence of the government and the continuous stay of president Abd Rabbuh Ma