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The Festering Wounds of Yemen’s Taiz

The Wounds of Yemen’s Taiz

Despite the calm, one local official told me, the humanitarian situation was in many ways worse than it was during the worst days of the war: As peoples’ savings have dried up, the informal social solidarity networks that kept many out of poverty have dried up with them.

How Iran’s Missile Strategy has Rewritten the Rules of Middle Eastern Wars

How Iran’s Missile Strategy has Rewritten the Rules of Middle Eastern Wars

Stretching from Lebanon to Gaza and Yemen, Iran has built an extraordinary military alliance. The core of it is Tehran’s homegrown missile program, one that has given its allies surprising abilities — and poses a fundamental, long-term problem for the United States’ role in the Middle East.

Despite the War, Yemenis Still Crave Dignity, Justice, and the Rule of Law

Despite the War, Yemenis Still Crave Dignity, Justice, and the Rule of Law

Sanaa’s Change Square buzzed with excitement and anticipation, faded posters of long-dead Yemeni political figures underlining the feeling among many that it was a moment of historical reckoning, a moment of such profundity that even the past and present were scrambled.

Adam Baron
Yemenis Are Skeptical Biden’s Pivot Can End the War

Yemenis Are Skeptical Biden’s Pivot Can End the War

The reversal in U.S. policy — which was originally greenlighted by the Obama administration and continued under the Trump administration — leaves Yemenis with mixed feelings, though many are hopeful for a normalization of life. An undercover report from Sanaa.

Ahmed Mohammed