More than three years into Yemen’s war, a bloody battle looms for the Huthi-held port city of Hodeida.
International leaders should work for a UN-led negotiated settlement to stop the offensive and, if this fails, take steps to avoid deepening what is already the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
- What’s new?
Forces backed by Saudi Arabia and…
- Why does it matter?
A battle for Hodeida is likely to be prolonged and…