In Yemen, a US Policy Focused on Drones Missed the Roots of Instability and Terror

The chaos in Yemen underscores that the United States and its allies need a comprehensive security and economic strategy for that country, says Atlantic Council analyst Danya Greenfield. Yemen’s decline, marked yesterday as Shiite tribesmen besieged the presidential offices, has given new room for growth to the Yemen-based Islamist militant group al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).


Popular posts from this blog

Russia’s War in Ukraine Is Taking a Toll on Africa