Sama'a Al-Hamdani

independent Yemen analyst

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Non-resident fellow at the Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies; Yemen researcher and analyst, and founder of the blog, Yemeniaty.com

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For months, State Department officials and a few members of Congress have warned that America's at risk of violating international law.

The United States in another Middle-East civil war

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Why are some bloody conflicts all but ignored, while others are continually making the news?

New Yemen airstrikes change shape of war

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