Doubts about the kingdom’s ability to meet its stated objectives in Yemen are growing.
The delivery of the missile system could compel America to bolster its military support for Arab states.
The United States promise to expedite weapons deliveries to allies fighting against Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen.
Iran’s president says he hopes a nuclear agreement will lead to broader rapprochement with the West.
Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s last stronghold seems on the verge of falling into Houthi rebel hands.
Not wanting to be seen as leaning too heavily toward Iran, the United States resume military assistance to Egypt.
Egyptian and Saudi strikes could drive a wedge the Houthis and Saleh loyalists, making a ground invasion less likely.
Arab states have too many conflicting interests and priorities to make a joint military force work.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia deploy warships to the Red Sea after a second night of bombing in Sana’a.
Arab states plan to invade Yemen once airstrikes have weakened Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s opponents.
Saudi Arabia launches airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen to “protect and defend the legitimate government.”
Although Yemen’s Houthi rebels are making advances, an assault on the remnant government in Aden is unlikely.