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The Case for More Inclusive – and More Effective – Peacemaking in Yemen

International efforts to end the war in Yemen are stuck in an outdated two-party paradigm, seeking to mediate between the Huthis and their foes.

As it pushes for renewed talks, the UN should broaden the scope to include Yemeni women’s and other civil society groups.

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What’s new?

The Yemen war is entering its seventh year.

With U.S. support, the UN is pushing for a ceasefire and return to political talks.

It envisions convening two primary antagonists: the government and the Huthi rebels.

Important constituencies, including women and civil society, are currently excluded.

Why does it

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