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Hussam Radman

Hussam Radman is a researcher fellow with the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies. His research focuses on Yemen’s Southern Movement and militant Islamist groups, such as al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the Islamic State group, and armed Salafist factions. He is also a correspondent for Dubai TV and has previously worked for the newspapers Al-Sharea in Yemen and Egypt’s Al-Ahram.

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US and UK Strike Houthi Targets in Yemen: Reaction from Sana’a Center Experts

January 12, 2024
The United States and Britain carried out air and missile strikes against Houthi targets in the early hours of January 12, following two months of Houthi attacks on commercial shipping in the Red … Read more

Yemen’s Future after Saudi-Houthi Agreement with Maged Al Madhaji

January 11, 2024
What does Saudi Arabia want now that it is close to making a deal with the Houthis? Where would a potential agreement leave its allies? Has Riyadh lost its influence and reputation after 8 years of … Read more

Yemen’s history with unitary states with Abdul-Ghani Al-Eryani

January 11, 2024
Why did state-building in Yemen in the past fail and lead to a civil war? What is the ideal relationship between the state and society? What form of state has been successful in Yemen in the past? … Read more

The Red Sea Front – The Yemen Review, November and December 2023

December 27, 2023
Executive Summary Houthi military action in the Red Sea escalated dramatically during November and December, as the group announced the creation of a ‘third front’ against Israel in retaliation for … Read more

Houthis Target Israel Amid Gaza Conflict – The Yemen Review, September and October 2023

November 20, 2023
The Houthi group () claimed responsibility for a series of attempted missile and drone strikes on Israel. The Houthis have threatened to keep up the attacks as long as the Israeli military operation … Read more