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Farea Al-Muslimi

Farea Al-Muslimi is a research fellow at The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) focusing on Yemen and the wider Gulf region. He is also the co-founder and former chairperson of the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies (2014-2022). He tweets at @almuslimi

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The Poisonous Egos in Yemen’s Tragedy

November 20, 2023
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 Prince Khaled Bin Salman have been widely … Read more

An Ancient Tradition at Risk: Yemen’s Beekeeping and Honey Production in Times of War

March 28, 2023
Beekeeping in Yemen is as ancient as Yemeni civilization itself. Yemenis have mastered their beekeeping skills over centuries and can trace their rich heritage in apiculture (beekeeping) back to … Read more

Saudi-Houthi Talks Sow Cracks in Coalition – The Yemen Review, January and February 2023

March 10, 2023
Ongoing bilateral talks between Saudi Arabia and the armed Houthi movement have renewed optimism that a negotiated political settlement in Yemen might yet be possible. But the talks are an … Read more

Govt Agrees Financial Aid as Houthis Target Oil Sector – The Yemen Review, November 2022

December 16, 2022
Hopes faded that the expired truce would be revived in November, as Houthi authorities dug in their heels over maximalist demands that caused the talks’ collapse and then upped the ante with a series … Read more

Houthis Target Southern Ports – The Yemen Review, October 2022

November 14, 2022
The UN-backed truce between the Houthi movement and the internationally recognized government was allowed to expire on October 2. Efforts to secure its further extension failed following a … Read more
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