Katherine Zimmerman


Katherine Zimmerman is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and an advisor to the AEI’s Critical Threats Project.

Articles by Katherine Zimmerman
People gather for a demonstration demanding the end of a yearslong siege imposed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on the city of Taiz, Yemen, on May 25.
People gather for a demonstration demanding the end of a yearslong siege imposed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on the city of Taiz, Yemen, on May 25.
Yemenis inspect damage following overnight air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting the Houthi rebel-held capital Sanaa on Jan. 18. The air strikes were retaliation for a deadly Jan. 17 Houthi attack against Abu Dhabi.
Yemenis inspect damage following overnight air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting the Houthi rebel-held capital Sanaa on Jan. 18. The air strikes were retaliation for a deadly Jan. 17 Houthi attack against Abu Dhabi.
Yemeni fighters gesture following clashes with Saudi-backed government forces near the village of Shaykh Salim in southern Yemen on May 11, 2020.
Yemeni fighters gesture following clashes with Saudi-backed government forces near the village of Shaykh Salim in southern Yemen on May 11, 2020.
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