European states should now increase conditional engagement with the Houthis, looking to widen political and humanitarian space on the ground
The Southern Transitional Council’s declaration of “self-rule” threatens to revive the internecine feuds of previous generations
Lunch discussion with ECFR and external experts on the Yemen conflict and what Europe can do.
The strategic ambitions of Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been diverging in Yemen – to the detriment of hopes for peace on the ground
The European Union should continue to support development and state-building in Yemen and develop platforms on which southerners can achieve self-determination
A Lunch Discussion on Yemen's role in the current Gulf crisis
Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à un événement en présence de Radhya Almutawakel, Adam Baron, Aymeric Elluin, Lucile Grosjean et Camille Lons, coordinatrice du programme MENA de l'ECFR. sur le thème suivant : « Yémen : sortir de l'impasse après 4 ans de guerre ».
Three months after the signing of the Stockholm Agreement, a frail hope of de-escalation in Yemen remains - but only if the warring parties soon implement its key measures.
As key EU member states quietly resume their strategic partnership with Saudi Arabia, Europe's unified position towards the Kingdom, together with its leverage over it, has begun to fray.
More than three years after a Saudi-led military coalition and its Yemeni allies captured Aden, the city remains shrouded in the marks of war