On 21 September 2014, the Houthi movement militarily won control of the Yemeni state. This was quickly followed by a Peace and National Partnership Agreement, signed by most significant political players, which will have serious implications for the structure of national politics going forward.
I interviewed John Warner, Co-Editor of Jadaliyya`s Arabian Peninsula Page. He analyses the local and regional dynamics that led to these important political developments and their future implications. This interview is part of the Arab Studies Institute and its partners` upcoming Audio Journal Project, in progress.