New Carnegie Paper on Yemen
Christopher Boucek at the Carnegie Endowment has released his long-awaited Yemen paper today. It is available in PDF here in both English and Arabic.
I read a portion of the paper in draft form and it is a good, big-picture look at Yemen. Christopher has also kindly agreed to pen a guest post for Waq al-waq on the paper. I'm sure he would also be willing to field questions in the comment section on the paper, so read it and ask away. I know I will be reading the final version this evening.
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