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Beginning of Endgame in Yemen’s War?

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  • After seven years of bloody attrition, the status quo in Yemen’s war has been overturned, with the resignation of the Saudi-backed president.
  • A two-month cease-fire has raised hopes for genuine political talks aimed at securing an end to the conflict.
  • Obstacles to peace remain formidable, with Yemen perennially vulnerable to wider rivalries being played out in the region.

The Issue

Military Conflict, LNG Projects, Oil Supply
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