Al-Qaeda Wins If Yemen Falls Apart
Yemen teeters on the brink of economic collapse and civil war. After being held captive for three weeks by Houthi rebels, President Abdurabuh Mansur Hadi has escaped from Sana'a, the capital, to Aden, in the country's south, where he is rallying support to restore his government. If his country now splits, or falls into sectarian strife, the clear winner will be al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, which thrives amid chaos in Yemen.
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