Through the “Yemen in Crisis” policy paper series, launched in August 2015, the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies is examining a broad range of critical issues facing Yemen, from the role of local, regional and international actors in the ongoing civil war, to the implications of current security and counter terrorism policies, to the country’s economic collapse.

These papers advance important new perspectives and policy alternatives on Yemen and the surrounding region, through providing up-to-date information and challenging the conventional narratives with non-partisan, evidence basis analysis.

Written by leading analysts and researchers on Yemen and published in both Arabic and English, the Sana’a Center’s policy papers have been developed and published in partnership with various regional and international think-tanks and institutions.