Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Yemeni group hacks 3,000 Saudi govt computers to reveal top secret docs – report — RT News.
How Yemen’s Civil Conflict Turned Into a Regional Proxy War | The Nation.
A Saudi war going badly wrong | Middle East Eye.
WASHINGTON — Iranian representatives discouraged Houthi rebels from taking the Yemeni capital of Sanaa last year, according to American officials familiar with intelligence around the insurgent takeover. The seizure of the capital in September came as a surprise to the … Continue reading
“Yemen’s conflict is getting so bad that some Yemenis are fleeing to Somalia,” read a recent headline at the Vice News website. The article mentions that 32 Yemenis, mainly women and children, made the trip to Berbera, a port town … Continue reading