Farea Al-Muslimi

Researcher, Citizen, and Bee Keeper

Farea Al-Muslimi

Is a research fellow at Chatham House’s Middle East and North Africa Programme. His research focuses on Yemen and the wider Gulf region. Before joining Chatham House, he chaired the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies, Yemen’s premier think-tank, which he co-founded in 2014.


Yemen: Charting a response to state fragmentation

17 March، 2018

“Yemen, the country of untold stories.”

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31 May، 2024 in All Writings, Analysis

In Exile in Turkey, Yemen’s Muslim Brothers Cling to Caliphate Dreams

In 2011, one of the first major decisions of the government that came to power in Yemen after that year’s revolution, which was controlled by…
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20 January، 2024 in All Writings, Opinions, Security & Counter Terrorism

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

The US redesignation of the Houthis as Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT) represents continuing inconsistency in its policy towards Yemen – or rather the complete…
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18 January، 2024 in All Writings, Interview, Security & Counter Terrorism

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

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…
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1 November، 2023 in Analysis, Opinions

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

“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…
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