Podcast

What Is the Way Out in Yemen?

FP contributor Elizabeth Dickinson and Yemeni activist Farea al-Muslimi on the reach of Riyadh and how the West could actually help.

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In this week’s Global Thinkers Podcast, 2013 Global Thinker and activist Farea al-Muslimi joins FP contributor Elizabeth Dickinson to discuss the dangers of proxy conflicts in the Middle East and why Saudi Arabia is taking a big risk in Yemen. FP Story Editor Amanda Silverman hosts.

Subscribe to The E.R. podcast and other FP podcasts on iTunes here.

In this week’s Global Thinkers Podcast, 2013 Global Thinker and activist Farea al-Muslimi joins FP contributor Elizabeth Dickinson to discuss the dangers of proxy conflicts in the Middle East and why Saudi Arabia is taking a big risk in Yemen. FP Story Editor Amanda Silverman hosts.

Subscribe to The E.R. podcast and other FP podcasts on iTunes here.

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