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So has a major pillar of America’s foreign policy “success” in the Middle East.
President Obama is mulling over whether to allow the embattled Yemeni leader to receive medical treatment in New York City. What should he decide?
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.
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.