Yemen’s Peace Process Is Doomed

The country's warring factions can't even agree to sit around a table together, even as political chaos and a humanitarian disaster threaten to engulf them.


Where Is the $274 million Riyadh Promised Yemen in Emergency Aid?

Riyadh has promised $274 million in emergency aid for desperate Yemeni civilians. Two months later, why hasn’t the money arrived?

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Victims of U.S. Special Operations Raids Gone Wrong Are Lucky to Get a Sheep

The families of two men mistakenly killed by a U.S. drone want Obama to apologize. But U.S. law doesn't require the U.S. government to do anything to acknowledge it.


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‘I Can’t Believe I’ve Lost My Family’

The human costs of the Saudi Arabian-led bombing campaign in Yemen are immense.

Shadow Government

When the U.S. Will Intervene in the Gulf, and Other Notes From the Camp David Summit

I’ve held a number of discussions with people who have direct knowledge of the conversations that took place at this month’s Camp David Summit between ...

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