There seems to have been a turning point in the war in Yemen after Houthi rebels killed former president Ali Abdullah Saleh as he fled the city following a breakdown of their alliance against the Saudi-backed government. What’s next for Yemen? According to the United Nations, the country is on the brink of starvation and its citizens feel like pawns in a regional power struggle between Saudi Arabia and Iran. What should the international community do?
Produced by Michele Barbero, Ivana Scatola and Francois Picard.
Fatima ABO ALASRAR
Seior Analyst, Arabia Foundation
Senior Consulting Researcher, Chatham House