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The Middle East and a New Round of Escalation of the War in Yemen

... (who led the country from 1978 to 2012). On December 2, following severe fighting within the city limits and in its suburbs that involved the use of grenade launchers and artillery, Ali Abdullah Saleh announced the split with the Houthi forces, the Ansar Allah movement led by Abd al-Malik al-Houthi. Two days later, reports emerged of a Houthi attack on Saleh’s motorcade that killed him and several of his senior aides. With such an experienced player as Ali Abdullah Saleh on their side, the Houthis ...


Yemen: In Search of Lost Legitimacy

... today. The Kuwait Dead End On April 21, 2016, under the auspices of Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed , the United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, peace talks were opened between the representatives of Yemen’s National Delegation (comprising members of Ansar Allah and the General People’s Congress, GPC) and the Riyadh Group, which is essentially a government in exile controlled by Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi. However, after three-and-a-half months of negotiations, the parties failed to work out a solution ...


Yemen Is Still on the Move

Al-Ahmar Failure Yet another revolution last September has handed the reins of power to Ansar Allah, the political wing of the al-Houthi movement, which de facto controls all of northern Yemen, including the Sana’a airport and the country’s main port of al-Hudaydah. The only exception is the province of Marib, currently a theater ...


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