A boy reacts from the sound of machine gun as he attends a tribal gathering for Houthi fighters in Yemen’s capital Sana. By Mohamed Al-Sayaghi / REUTERS. @ Adobe Stock Images.

During this week’s visit to the United Arab Emirates, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told his hosts than a new nuclear deal with Iran ought to be of “permanent” duration and address the Islamic Republic’s “malign activity” in neighboring states.

Over the past few weeks, several leading congressmen have pushed for an end to U.S. intervention in Yemen, the continuation of which is cited by lawmakers as a clear example of executive overreach. For instance, U.S. congressman Ro Khanna argued in a recent op-ed that America has no business backing a “Saudi-led conflict” that is “deliberately starving millions.”

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