Yemen in the Context of Iran-Gulf Relations
During the Arab Spring issues and tensions in the Middle East which appeared to have been overcome resurfaced and worsened. Since its eruption in early 2011 in Yemen, Middle East traditional and emerging powers made strategic calculations about how they could influence the pace and scope of change in Yemen in line with their national interests. Thus, Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries, notably Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, played their cards in the early stage of the revolution to convince the people of Yemen to reach a political consensus.
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