Tag Archives: Yemen

Prince bin Salman’s Paradox: Governing Yemen

There are three regions in the world that are heating up:  the Info-Pacific, the Red Med-African Horn & the southern tier of the Arabian peninsula.  Yemen is a real trap for the Saudi’s, it can destroy the House of Saud … Continue reading

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Iranian Yemeni Houthis Checkmate the House of Saud

Having assassinated Ali Abdullah Saleh on December 04, Iranian Shia proxies on Arabia’s southern peninsula have fractured the very leadership required for Saudi leadership to begin consolidating feeble gains in a war dominated by aircraft. If the Iranian’s know anything … Continue reading

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Yemen Falls: Iran Wins

The emergence of Yemen as a failed state is real.  The U.S. closed its embassy yesterday while ethnic, ideological strife has engulfed the Arabian southern tier.  This comes on the heels of the death of the Saudi monarch several days … Continue reading

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A Review Of The Arab Spring

Amir Taheiri ranks as the most informed Persian interlocutor the West has as it engages a nuclear Iran for hegemony throughout the Persian Gulf and South America.  Recently he has written a neat summary of the Arab Spring. This spontaneous … Continue reading

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