Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

The US House of Representatives passed a potentially historic resolution on February 13, 2019, calling for an end to US military support for the Saudi-led coalition’s intervention in Yemen that began in 2015. This long overdue Congressional action to constrain executive war-making, however, would not have been possible without a tremendous grassroots mobilization against US involvement in this disastrous war and the surging progressive tide that is raising deeper questions about US foreign policy in the Middle East.

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How to cite this article:

Danny Postel "Progressive Surge Propels Turning Point in US Policy on Yemen," Middle East Report 289 (Winter 2018).