Yemen: U.S. Policy, Regional Conflict and Terrorism

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Sophia Ashley (Editor)

Series: Politics and Economics of the Middle East
BISAC: POL059000; POL011000

The United Nations has characterized the conflict in Yemen as one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. For over a decade, the Republic of Yemen has been torn apart by multiple armed conflicts to which several internal militant groups and foreign nations are parties. Collectively, these conflicts have eroded central governance in Yemen and have fragmented the nation into various local centers of power. The gradual dissolution of Yemen’s territorial integrity has alarmed the United States and others in the international community.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. U.S. Policy on Yemen
Committee on Foreign Relations

Chapter 2. Yemen: Civil War and Regional Intervention
Jeremy M. Sharp

Chapter 3. Congress and the War in Yemen: Oversight and Legislation 2015-2021
Christopher M. Blanchard and Jeremy M. Sharp

Chapter 4. Yemen: State and DOD Need Better Information on Civilian Impacts of U.S. Military Support to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
United States Government Accountability Office

Chapter 5. Political Transition in Yemen
Carla E. Humud

Chapter 6. Yemen: Recent Terrorism Designations
Jeremy M. Sharp, Rhoda Margesson, Dianne E. Rennack and John W. Rollins

Chapter 7. Yemen: Conflict, Maritime Attacks, and U.S. Policy
Christopher M. Blanchard and Abigail G. Martin

Chapter 8. Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Yemen
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

Chapter 9. Report Informing Congress of U.S. Forces’ Participation in a Multinational Operation in Yemen
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

Chapter 10. Houthi Expansionism, Internal War, Geopolitics, and the Yemen Quagmire
Adam C Seitz

Chapter 11. Houthi Attacks in the Red Sea: Issues for Congress
Christopher M. Blanchard

Chapter 12.
Matthew C. Weed

Index

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