Aziz Asbar was one of Syria’s most important rocket scientists, bent on amassing an arsenal of precision-guided missiles that could
By Mohammed Ali Kalfood and Margaret Coker
Warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition fired more than two dozen missiles into this rebel-hel
By DANIEL LARISON
The Saudi coalition war on Yemen has devastated the country’s economy, reduced millions to starvation, caused wi
By Abukar Arman
It is hard to imagine a different fate for Yemen than that of Somalia – numerous balkanized political entities cursed with perpetual distrust and hostility.
On the global sca
By Daniel Larison
Rachel Lu writes a very strange column about U.S. foreign policy:
The United States has made mistakes in geopolitics (as powerful nations inevitably do), and we should acknowledg
by Peter Crowley
The excuse is Iran’s alleged support for the Houthis.
The rationalizer is Saudi Arabia.
The internal threat is both real and perceived socioeconomic change in Saudi Arabia.
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The kingdom and the UAE are both modern military
By Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan
In Thailand, the saga of 12 young soccer players and their coach trapped deep inside the inundated Tham Luang cave complex gripped the world; their successful resc
By Daniel Mark
The Houthi regime in Yemen claims that Baha’is are waging a “Satanic war” against Muslim Yemenis. The escalation of hateful rhetoric conjures up frightening memorie
By Munir Akram
THE odds are growing that the next American war will be against Iran. Of the three countries designated by the US as the ‘axis of evil’, Iraq was invaded; North Korea has
If there wasn't enough reason to stop selling arms to the Saudis, a new report found that they were responsible for most of the child casualties in Yemen.
A new United Nations report shows that the
By Kelly McFarland
The Saudi-led coalition’s recent attack on Yemeni port city Hodeidah may offer a chance to end the war in Yemen. However, if the international community doesn’t do mo
Arab coalition hopes recapturing city will break stalemate in Yemen's war, but any damage to its vital port could plunge millions of p
With hugs and kisses, family and friends of a Yemeni actor celebrated after he and at least three other detainees were freed after being held for nearly a year without charge in prisons that Associa
By Bruce Riedel
Saudi Arabia and its allies have a seemingly overwhelming military advantage over their Houthi enemies in Yemen. Despite this advantage, the Saudi-led coalition has been unable to f
Campaigners say licences for ‘less sensitive goods’ are being used for bombs that hit civilian targets in Yemen
Who has the upper hand in Operation Golden Victory? The Yemeni battle has spilled into a war of words and images with conflicting reports
The battle for Hodeidah, a strategic port city on Yemen&rsq
It is time for an end to British collusion in what is already the world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe, write 13 parliamentarians, trade unionists and others
The news that Saudi-backed gove