Seán Naylor

Foreign Policy magazine

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The government of Yemen is still fighting with Shiite militias backed by Iran. Civil war is all but inevitable.

US Forces Leaving Yemen and the Opportunity to Gather Intelligence

The government of Yemen is still fighting with Shiite militias backed by Iran. Civil war is all but inevitable.

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