Adam Baron

European Council on Foreign Relations

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Visiting fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations; journalist based in Yemen (2011-2014)

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Yemen has long been a major US ally against al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, regarded as a real threat to America's national security.

Western Diplomats Close Embassies, Scramble to Leave Yemen

Yemen has long been a major US ally against al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, regarded as a real threat to America's national security.

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