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Yemen's Government Just Completely Collapsed. Here's What You Need to Know

So has a major pillar of America’s foreign policy “success” in the Middle East.

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Nakoula Basseley Nakoula Film Not the Reason For Riot at US Embassy in Yemen

The riot at the U.S. Embassy in Sana'a comes at a tumultuous time for U.S.-Yemen relations, and is more about the past year than about a YouTube movie.
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President Obama May Be Keeping a Journalist in Prison in Yemen

The U.S. ignores accusations that it is keeping a Yemeni journalist in jail for his uncovering an American connection to airstrikes. This hurts U.S. counter-terrorism operations in the country.
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One Year Anniversary of the Revolution, Where is Yemen Now?

Elections are scheduled to take plan on February 21, but most Yemenis don't even have access to electricity and running water.
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Allowing Yemen's Leader Saleh Medical Treatment in the U.S. Is a Dangerous Precedent

With the news that the Obama administration has allowed Yemen's embattled President Saleh to be admitted to a U.S. hospital, America has once again chosen a tyrannical dictator over his people.
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Should the White House Allow Yemen's President Saleh to Be Treated in the U.S.?

President Obama is mulling over whether to allow the embattled Yemeni leader to receive medical treatment in New York City. What should he decide?

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What to Watch for in Yemen's Transition of Power

Now that Yemeni President Saleh has signed a deal to leave power, here are key issues to watch as Yemen begins what could be a tumultuous transition process.
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The Arab League Must Suspend Yemen's Membership

The Arab League must focus on actions, not rhetoric, in order to quell the violent crackdowns by Yemen's Saleh.
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As Yemeni President Returns, U.S. Misses An Opportunity

Yemeni President Ali Abduallah Saleh has returned amid renewed violence, highlighting a failed American diplomatic effort and a missed opportunity to pressure him while in Saudi Arabia.
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Road to Revolution: A Timeline of Yemen Under Saleh

An in-depth look at the series of events that sparked Yemen's Arab Spring-moment earlier this year.
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Yemen Tribes Destroy Dream of Civil Society

While tribes have played a key role in Yemeni politics for over three decades, they are keeping Yemen from moving forward. Protesters must not be sidelined from their goals by tribal violence.

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In Yemen, Too Early To Celebrate Saleh's Departure

Saleh's departure signals the need for a new approach by the Yemini movement to prevent losing nonviolent methods to violence and confusion.
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Yemen At A Political Crossroad

President Saleh lost the support of influential groups during the Yemen protests. Unfortunately, Saleh, the elites, and citizens each have different ideas for the government and future.
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Yemen's Saleh Skillfully Avoids Joining Other Leaders Ousted by Arab Spring

President Saleh uses tactful stalling and brutal force to stay in power, a strategy which comes at the price of his people's respect.
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How Reluctance in Libya and Yemen Bolsters Al-Qaeda

If the West is not more active in backing the revolutions in Libya and Yemen, radical groups such as Al-Qaeda and its affiliates will fill the void and grow in power and influence.
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What Happened in Yemen? How One General Changed the Game

Ali Abdullah Saleh appeared capable of navigating calls for his ouster but now faces rumors of civil war and negotiations aimed at his resignation. How one man altered the rules of the game.

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Yemen Proves Tough Test for New Middle East Strategy

In Yemen, publicly backing calls for dialogue with autocrats claiming to support reform will put the Obama administration in a tight spot as Saleh demonstrates willingness to use deadly violence.
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Roadblocks to Revolution: Why Yemen Might Not be Next to Fall

The resignations of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Zine Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia have inspired protests in Yemen, but those seeking regime change in Sana'a have a lot to overcome.