Farea Al-Muslimi

Researcher , Citizen, and Bee Keeper

Farea Al-Muslimi is chairman and co-founder of Sanaa Center for Strategic Studies, and a non-resident fellow at both the Carnegie Middle East Center and Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C.. .”

 

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Redesignating the Houthis a terrorist group is not a bad policy: it is no policy at all

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The US redesignation of the Houthis as Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) represents continuing inconsistency in its policy towards Yemen – or rather the complete…

Webinar ‘Repercussions of US-UK Strikes on Yemen’?

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Watch the full discussion with Nawal Al-maghafi, International Correspondent @BBCnewsnight/ Filmmaker Farea Al-Muslimi, Yemenir writer, a research fellow at Chatham House’s Middle East and North…

Iran-backed Houthis emerge as threat to Israel, US amid Gaza war

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“The hands of all parties in the region are on the trigger,” warned Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian last week, amid reports that Tehran had…

The Poisonous Egos in Yemen’s Tragedy

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The arrival of a Houthi delegation in Riyadh on September 14 represents a breakthrough after nine bitter years of war. The bilateral negotiations with Saudi…
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“An Eye from Yemen and  one on Yemen”

“Yemen, the country of untold stories.”

Now entering its third year, the civil war in Yemen has exacted a horrific toll on civilians and enabled the expansion of al-Qaeda. Where is Yemen’s war heading and what can local, regional and international actors do to end it?WASHINGTON, DC

Farea Al-Muslimi is chairman and co-founder of Sanaa Center for Strategic Studies, and a non-resident fellow at both the Carnegie Middle East Center and Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C.. 

Yemen: Charting a response to state fragmentation

17 March، 2018

Yemen’s Catastrophe: What Can Be Done to Stop the War?

8 September، 2017

Security Challenges and Governance: Egypt, Morocco, and Yemen

7 September، 2017

“In effect, the richest country in the Arab world (Saudi) has had to bomb the poorest one (Yemen) to change its political dynamics.”

Farea Al-MuslimiForeign Affairs Magazine, FMA, May 2015

“To Iran, the houthis are the closest, yet the cheapest , middle finger it can raise in Saudi’s face”

Farea Al-MuslimiNew York Times

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