Episode #42

Post-conflict stabilization in Yemen should be locally-driven and have regional buy-in, says Denise Natali

Dr. Denise Natali, former Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stabilization Operations and Director of the Center for Strategic Research at the National Defense University’s Institute for National Strategic Studies, discusses the impact of the bipartisan Global Fragility Act on US policy; the challenges of re-integration of non-state armed individuals and groups in the Middle East; why post-conflict stabilization in Yemen will need to be locally driven and supported by its neighbors; and the prospects for common ground between the US and Turkish policies toward Syria and the Syrian Kurds….also, Andrew’s take on the Biden Administration’s policy, so far, toward Iran.

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