Julien Barnes-Dacey & Ellie Geranmayeh - 24 July 2019
Boris Johnson's first foreign policy test will be avoiding stumbling the UK into a broader confrontation with Iran.
Camille Lons - 03 April 2019
Oman's decision to grant the US Navy access to strategically important ports reflects intensifying global rivalry between the US and China. Europe can work to keep Oman a neutral mediator.
Adam Baron - 15 March 2019
Three months after the signing of the Stockholm Agreement, a frail hope of de-escalation in Yemen remains - but only if the warring parties soon implement its key measures.
Julien Barnes-Dacey - 06 March 2019
As key EU member states quietly resume their strategic partnership with Saudi Arabia, Europe's unified position towards the Kingdom, together with its leverage over it, has begun to fray.
Adam Baron - 15 January 2019
More than three years after a Saudi-led military coalition and its Yemeni allies captured Aden, the city remains shrouded in the marks of war
Adam Baron - 11 December 2018
This past weekend, the first steps toward political dialogue in Yemen took place in Sweden; but with a large part of the country on the brink of famine, a sense of urgency remains
Adam Baron - 14 November 2018
Stockholm is set to host peace talks later this month to end the war in Yemen, but those may now be postponed due to a new outbreak of violence in the country
Adam Baron - 12 September 2018
After the collapse of planned consultations in Geneva, a new round of formal peace talks seems unlikely before the end of the year.
James Firebrace - 15 August 2018
The Yemeni port of Hudayda must be protected, or the war will spill outside of the country's borders
Adam Baron - 21 June 2018
As the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen fights to take control of Hudayda, the city's future remains clouded
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