It's remarkable that whenever you read an article about Yemen in the mainstream media, the central role of Saudi Arabia and the United States in the tragedy is glossed over or completely ignored.
Weekly Update --- Why Are We Helping Saudi Arabia Destroy Yemen?
Yemen - Saudi terror-bombing, aided by US aerial bombardment by warplanes and drones, was orchestrated in Washington by the Obama administration, escalated by Trump.
Resolution Makes No Call to End US Involvement in War
Two years ago, German intelligence warned the world of the unique risks Saudi Arabia posed to the region.
--so why is Washington still defending it?
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is determined to confront Iran in the tiny, war-ravaged country.
Houthi rebels say they are willing to offer Saudi princes political asylum in Yemen, days after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman carried out the biggest anti-corruption purge in the kingdom's modern history.
The latest ceasefire in Yemen is unlikely to prevent Saudi Arabia from resuming its brutal assault on its impoverished neighbor.
Donald Trump blames Iran after Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missile fired at capital by Yemen rebels
Prince Mansour bin Moqren died when aircraft went down, with several other officials on board; cause of crash as yet unknown
Today the Saudi government ordered all Saudis out of Lebanon, as "resigned" Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri is said to be under house arrest in Saudi Arabia. Simultaneously, the Saudi Crown Prince is increasing pressure against Iran, blaming the count
Yemen = The Saudis halted all humanitarian supplies to Yemen, including three UN aircraft set to deliver essentials to life.
Societies pick and choose their outrage. What is one day considered barbaric is met with a collective yawn the next.
Jared Labell (Exec Dir Libertarian Inst; Founder Dissident Operations) & Angela Keaton (Dir of Operations AntiWar.Com) on House Concurrent Resolution 81, which would end US involvement in the Saudi War in Yemen - Matt Smith (CEO Royalty Exchange) on
More than two years after a Saudi-led coalition began attacking Yemen, the country is a wasteland. Thousands of airstrikes, scores of children killed, epidemics, misery. Who's really responsible and what can be done?
Quietly, the United States has managed to turn its war on Yemen from a "leading from behind with a lot of technical assistance" program to a "if you want something done right, do it yourself" system.