Yemen

The Houthi Challenge to Maritime Security

On March 12, AGSIW hosted a discussion on the Houthi challenge to maritime security in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

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No Good Options: The U.S. Dilemma in Yemen

While not yet successful, the Biden administration’s “deter and degrade” approach may prove to be an adaptable approach that can be modified into a winning strategy.

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What Comes After the Missiles in Yemen?

The United States appears overly confident that military strikes will put the Houthi threat back in the box.

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A Lack of Options in Yemen

The United States has not developed adequate responses for dealing with hybrid groups like the Houthis.

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Conflict and Weak Governance Fuel Yemen’s Environmental Crisis

The absence of a functioning state exacerbates Yemen’s environmental disasters, compounding the humanitarian crisis caused by years of conflict.

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The Houthi War on Israel

If the Houthis are attacking Israel, their local rivals will be less inclined to attack them.

Is the End in Sight for the Yemen Conflict?

On October 26, AGSIW hosted a discussion on the prospects for the end of the conflict in Yemen.

With New Crown Prince Kuwait Bucks Gulf Succession Trends

The emir’s naming of Sabah al-Khaled al-Sabah – a noncontroversial politician and an experienced diplomat – as crown prince may help traverse Kuwait’s fissures, but there is still a long road ahead.

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