I wanted to highlight three different pieces on Yemen that have been published in the last couple of days, mostly because they are written by a trio of bright individuals who take a different view of Yemen than I do and that can be a helpful corrective against any biases I bring to bear on the topic.
The first is this piece by Clint Watts and Frank Cilluffo, Drones in Yemen: Is the US on Target?
The next is this piece in the CTC Sentinel by Christopher Swift entitled: Arc of Convergence: AQAP, Ansar al-Shariah and the Struggle for Yemen.
Swift also has an op-ed in the Bloomberg View, in which he lays out three steps the US can take to defeat AQAP in Yemen.
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