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  • Yemen’s Endless Agony

    Yemen’s Endless Agony

    Iran has lent some support to the Houthis, but its support is not a decisive factor. The Saudis have for exaggerated Iran’s role and have in the process made it difficult for themselves to see the reality.

    June 23, 2015

    ‘Operation Decisive Storm’ and Changing Geopolitics in the Gulf

    ‘Operation Decisive Storm’ and Changing Geopolitics in the Gulf

    While both Saudi Arabia and Iran vie for power and influence, Yemenis continue to suffer and the country seems to be slipping into further instability.

    May 26, 2015

    Crisis in Yemen: Imperatives for Region and Beyond

    Crisis in Yemen: Imperatives for Region and Beyond

    This Issue Brief examines the various dimensions of the conflict in Yemen and analyses the conflict’s impact on the region and beyond.

    May 05, 2015

    National Dialogue Conference: Key to Peace and Stability in Yemen

    While it is too early to predict the outcome of the national dialogue process, at present it looks like that the national dialogue, which is endeavouring to bring all the political parties and other factions under one umbrella, is the last chance for peace in Yemen.

    March 26, 2013

    Arab Spring: Aspirations Met Or Dreams Unfulfilled?

    As we move into the second winter of the Arab Spring, this Issue Brief attempts to take stock of the progress of the Arab Spring and examine whether the aspirations of people have been met or have they been handed a raw deal.

    October 26, 2012

    Yemen’s Turbulent Spring: Imminent Change amidst Continuing Conflict

    Yemen is stuck in a paradoxical and ambiguous situation. While it is widely believed that regime change is necessary, in the absence of reliable alternate leadership, the risk of chaos and instability looms large.

    October 18, 2011

    Challenges for Saudi Arabia amidst Protests in the Gulf

    Saudi Arabia’s concerns about regional stability and its domestic vulnerabilities have risen to the fore amidst popular protests in the Gulf region.

    March 25, 2011

    An Arab Revolution?

    While the Arab Revolution might or might not prove as seminal as the French or the Russian, it has changed the geopolitics significantly and irrevocably.

    March 10, 2011

    After Tunisia and Egypt: The mood in the Arab streets and palaces

    The events in Tunisia and Egypt have raised hopes among the people and, on the other hand alarmed the undemocratic and authoritarian Arab rulers. Time has arrived for the rulers to take note of the aspirations of the people.

    February 10, 2011

    Houthis and external intervention in Yemen

    The failure of the government to stem Houthi-led violence and the involvement of the external powers in Yemen’s sectarian problems has aggravated the country’s stability. Yemen has been turned in to a theater of conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

    November 25, 2009