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.

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.

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