Yemen War

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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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Saudi Arabia’s New Strategy in Yemen: Border and Proxies

Saudi Arabia’s new, exit-focused strategy for Yemen implicitly weakens the country’s formal institutions and provides greater political leverage for the Houthis, imposing indirect costs that could undercut prospects for a broader U.N.-led Yemeni peace process.

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The Seeds of Yemen’s Future Wars

Regardless of how or when the current conflict in Yemen ends, child soldiers are not simply going to disappear.

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The Houthis’ Economic War Threatens Lasting Peace in Yemen

The Houthi campaign to deny revenue and resources to Yemen’s U.N.-recognized government threatens the country’s long-term stability and risks upending any Saudi-Houthi deal.

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Yemen’s Day After Problem

If the international community wants to ensure that Yemen’s war actually ends when the peace deal is signed, it needs to rebuild the country’s economy.

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Saudi Arabia’s Big Bet in Yemen

Saudi Arabia is looking for an exit from Yemen. While a Saudi withdrawal is unlikely to end Yemen’s civil war, the Saudis are likely to proceed if Iran can keep the Houthis onside.

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