The head of the U.S. Department of Defense, James Mattis, announced during his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) that he was ready to make an effort to regulate the Yemeni military conflict through negotiations.
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The Mideast, or West Asia as it’s seen from the Chinese perspective, could be brought back together and “fixed” if two complementary infrastructure projects are completed and linked together, these being the 21st-century revival of the Hejaz Railroad from the Levant down to Yemen and the GCC Rail Corridor from Kuwait to Oman.
The most important actor for the Tripartite’s coordinated outreach to the GCC is undoubtedly Turkey, but this is wholly contingent on it not entering into a “Sunni Cold/Civil War” with Saudi Arabia as a result of Ankara’s possible multipolar engagement with “Syraq”.
And the dirty war continues, as Western citizens remain lulled by the sophisticated mainstream media propaganda.
Saudi Arabia has been at war with Yemen long before its grand coalition of allies decided to unilaterally wage a vengeful military campaign against this poorest nation of Southern Arabia on March 25, 2015. Yemen’s misfortune began at the very moment its people rose a movement against institutionalized servitude, some decades ago in 1962.