As with the ongoing conflicts in Lebanon and Syria, fighting in Yemen is part of a much larger geopolitical contest between Shia Iran and the region’s Sunni powers, chiefly Saudi Arabia. With no end to these conflicts in sight, what hope is there that the Middle East can break the cycles of sectarian violence that have shaped its recent history? Wilson Center fellow and author Ed Husain discusses.
- Regions: Middle East.
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