Adam Baron - 05 December 2017
The former president’s death makes diplomatic engagement all the more difficult, but also underlines the folly of leaving Yemen on the backburner.
Ruth Citrin - 22 November 2017
Mohammad bin Salman is engaged in a risky bid to remake Saudi Arabia at the same time as rebalancing power regionally.
Adam Baron - 16 November 2017
The war in Yemen has its own domestic logic, independent of the Saudi-Iranian ‘cold war’.
Adam Baron - 30 August 2017
Engagement with power brokers in Marib, Mukalla, Taiz and Aden is key to avoid mistakes of Sanaa-centric post-2011 transitional process.
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 14 June 2017
The situation in Qatar is exacerbating intra-Sunni fractures just as tensions with Iran heat up
Adam Baron - 30 May 2017
Europeans should consider three sets of actions that could help stabilize the conflict.
Adam Baron - 04 April 2017
As commentators look back on two years of the Saudi-led military campaign, international policy must look forward if the country is to survive.
Adam Baron - 11 October 2016
Even if international actors are able to avoid responsibility for Yemen’s plight, they will not be able to avoid the spillover from its collapse.
Ellie Geranmayeh - 29 July 2016
Each must do more to avoid interfering in the other’s domestic secu
Adam Baron - 27 July 2016
High-level political talks cannot be the only focus for the international community if Yemen is to have any chance of recovery.
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