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.
Britain will spend more to defend the Falklands as Argentina seeks military support from Russia.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister says the kingdom will take “necessary measures” if diplomacy fails in Yemen.
Yemen’s internationally-recognized president faces resistance from Iranian-backed rebels as well as his predecessor.
Sweden will finance expanded submarine operations and a permanent military presence on the island of Gotland.
No one except the president of the European Commission is interested in militarizing the European Union.
The struggle between Libya’s two rival governments, and the loyalties they command, matters far more.