Iran’s Yemen Play

Iran’s Yemen Play

March 4, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">When the Houthis, a Shia rebel group in Yemen, forced the country’s pro-Western president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, to flee the capital this past January, many in the region concluded that another Arab state had fallen into Tehran’s lap—a result, as one prominent commentator put it, of Iran’s “offensive state, the likes of which we have not seen in modern history.”</span></span></p>

Iran’s Yemen Play

Iran’s Yemen Play

March 4, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">When the Houthis, a Shia rebel group in Yemen, forced the country’s pro-Western president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, to flee the capital this past January, many in the region concluded that another Arab state had fallen into Tehran’s lap—a result, as one prominent commentator put it, of Iran’s “offensive state, the likes of which we have not seen in modern history.”</span></span></p>

Iran’s Yemen Play

Iran’s Yemen Play

March 4, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">When the Houthis, a Shia rebel group in Yemen, forced the country’s pro-Western president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, to flee the capital this past January, many in the region concluded that another Arab state had fallen into Tehran’s lap—a result, as one prominent commentator put it, of Iran’s “offensive state, the likes of which we have not seen in modern history.”</span></span></p>

Iran’s Yemen Play

Iran’s Yemen Play

March 4, 2015

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">When the Houthis, a Shia rebel group in Yemen, forced the country’s pro-Western president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, to flee the capital this past January, many in the region concluded that another Arab state had fallen into Tehran’s lap—a result, as one prominent commentator put it, of Iran’s “offensive state, the likes of which we have not seen in modern history.”</span></span></p>