Posts Tagged: Yemen
The Arab Spring is the most profound foreign policy challenge facing the United States, and Washington's response could help shape the course of the Middle East for decades.
Democratic protests have nearly dislodged the autocratic leader of Yemen, yet the Obama administration has yet to commit fully to a post-Saleh era.
Robert Kaplan thinks that Gaddafi, Gbagbo, and Saleh refuse to back down out of fealty to their tribes.
Yemen as careless about security for nuclear materials as Libya.
The WikiLeaks documents will not exactly do wonders for Yemen's regional relationships.
Obama's decision to continue to provide military assistance to Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Yemen, and Chad is a rejection of the progressive principles Obama stood for on the 2008 campaign trail.
Yemenis take their government's war on al Qaeda with a grain of salt.
New dynamics in the Middle East are defining a new chapter in Iran-Saudi relations.
When it comes to fighting terrorists, Yemen's president Saleh, in concert with U.S. Special Forces, casts a wide net.
Only with a more credible Yemeni government can the West effectively counter al-Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula.