The Armed Struggle by the Southern Movement has Low Chances of Success

EPC | 05 Jan 2014

As many Southern forces lose hope of the possibility of regaining their full state, there are growing calls to resort to armed struggle. These calls are backed by a foreign agenda supported by Iran, which sees that the escalation of the situation is in its interest to shuffle cards and extend its presence and influence at a time when efforts of the state are dispersed between the Houthi North and the secessionist South. The paper discusses the possibilities of some Southern forces resorting to armed struggle and provides a position paper with a presentation of the available and possible alternatives.

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